Making the Hours Count (Student Book)

Transforming Your Service Experience 

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Edited by Steven McGlaun

By Constance Fourré


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Reflection combined with experience is powerful. Making the Hours Count guides young people in reflecting on their service experience to help them understand the world, their own values, and themselves on a deeper level. They will learn to solve problems and handle conflict creatively, will understand why some inequalities exist, and will learn how experiences can influence people's lives. They will have a chance to reflect on how being Catholic can help form their ideals and anchor their sense of place in the world.

Product Details

Copyright: Jan. 1, 2006

Format: Spiral

Size: 6 x 9

Length: 152 pages

Item number: 1337

ISBN: 978-0-88489-917-4

ISBN-10: 0-88489-917-9

Editorial Reviews

Catholic Library World, December, 2006

Constance Fourre packs a great deal of information into such a small volume, from checklists and short personal evaluations, and designing personal projects to finding a project that reflects the individual's level of commitment and style.

Content coverage is thorough, and this book is recommended for those wishing to initiate a reflective and committed service project whether alone or with others.
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Making the Hours Count (Leader's Guide): Transforming Your Service Experience