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Evaluating service learning in a classroom involves using formative and summative assessments to asses students' engagement, learning outcomes, personal growth, and contributions to the community through their service experiences. These evaluation processes include measuring students' understanding of course content, critical reflection on their service activities, development of transferrable skills, and impact on the community. Evaluating service learning also involves gathering feedback from students, community partners, and instructors, monitoring student progress and performance, and assessing the alignment of service activities with community needs and outcomes. By evaluating our service-learning programs, we can determine their effectiveness, identify areas of improvement and new partnership opportunities, and recognize the balance of the service experiences in enhancing students' academic, personal, and professional development.

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