I've known of other instructors that don't require a presentation but a reflective paper at the end, which I have done as well. I choose presentation form, because I want them to experience public speaking. I also want other students to be aware of what their peers did and how their group may be similar and different from those groups. Another form of reflection is journaling in which students journal daily or weekly regarding their service learning project. An instructor can guide them with questions if necessary. I've used blogging before, but this is more public. The point is that reflection must take place. It's a necessary element of service learning, and without it, the lack of learning will endure. We, including educators, must always reflect about what we do and how we meet the needs of the community. We are lifelong learners, and every situation and activity encourages new reflection, knowledge, and growth. This is the main reason why I choose to teach about service learning. I'm learning alongside my students. They inspire me to continue to serve and to teach.