Journal of Human Services
Teaching an introductory human services course is challenging, as educators must provide an overview of effective practice in a highly diverse field. Researchers conducted a review of all of the prior editions of the Journal of Human Services (JHS) to identify previous research on experiential learning strategies in human services education. This brief note examines the pedagogical practice of experiential learning and the application of John Dewey's theory for successfully training students in an Introduction to Human Services course.
Original Publication Citation
Kalkbrenner, M. T., & Horton-Parker, R. J. (2016). Applying John Dewey's Theory of Education to infuse experiential learning in an introduction to human services course. Journal of Human Services, 36(1), 65-68.
Kalkbrenner, Michael T. and Horton-Parker, Radha J., "Applying John Dewey's Theory of Education to Infuse Experiential Learning in an Introduction to Human Services Course" (2016). Counseling & Human Services Faculty Publications. 20.