This paper presents my research project for fulfillment of my University of Florida Master’s Degree in Art Education. During the spring of 2014 I created and researched a service-learning project conducted with a group of eight sixth grade students in my Art class. The project involved my students planning and promoting a beatification project for the playground at the elementary school on our campus. Using action research methodology, my research goals were to find out what students learn from planning and promoting a community service-learning project and what the benefits are to the students, the school, and the greater community. I was guided by my analysis of student notes in journals they made, my own teacher-researcher journal, photographs, prototype drawings and posters designed by the students, as well as promotional presentation videos they created. I created this ISSUU to share my findings with anyone who is interested in beginning a similar type of service-learning project.
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