Students Make Sure the Cherokees are Not Removed... Again: A Study of Service-learning and Artful Learning in Teaching History
Bringing history alive in one Southern, suburban middle school, this application of community-action service-learning and Artful Learning is chronicled from inception to conclusion. This qualitative participatory action research study explored the effects of this program on 8th-grade gifted students. The purpose of the study was to examine one specific, successful program involving gifted students in a Learn and Serve America grant project site in reference to the service-learning and Artful Learning Models. The results showed improved achievement and suggested enhanced metacognition, self-efficacy, and altruism. The students were actively involved in their own learning, eventually making a difference in their community.
Terry, A. W., & Panter, T. (2010). Students make sure the Cherokees are not removed ... again: A study of service-learning and artful learning in teaching history. Journal For The Education Of The Gifted, 34(1),