Making the Connection: The Service Learning Revolution
Making the Connection presents a complete perspective of Service Learning as an education strategy, featuring interviews with over 30 practitioners, including educators, trainers, and students in a variety of experiential learning environments. The film is arranged by community “impacts:” community and personal growth impact, career choice impact, civic engagement impact, social issues impact, career preparedness impact, and financial impact, allowing for an instructor to access a particular “impact chapter” without scrolling through the film. The film was made for educators by educators as an introduction to Service Learning and its possible educational outcomes. Collectively, husband-and-wife team Christina Hicks-Goldston and Jason Goldston have more than 30 years teaching in higher education, including Service Learning. Together, they have created a resource hub for educators to access as they integrate Service Learning in their teaching. This package contains two versions of the film with two different running times, at 44 minutes and 15 minutes, depending on the needs of the educator or administrator. This online film is for individual viewing only. Please purchase our DVD for group viewings at