Starting Point: Teaching and Learning Economics > Teaching Methods > Service Learning > How to Use Service-Learning > Reflection > Using Reflection Throughout the Service-Learning Experience
Attaining service-learning goals is dependent on effective reflection. Eyler (2001) suggests that our growing understanding of how student learn supports reflective practices before, during and after community service. Her 'Reflection Map' is a tool for organizing our thinking about the types of reflection activities that are consistent with how students learn. Using this tool helps instructors to choose different types of reflection activities that best integrate experience with academic course content.

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