Service-Learning for Youth Leadership
Daniel T. L. Shek (Hrsg.), Grace Ngai (Hrsg.), Stephen C. F. Chan (Hrsg.)
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Sozialwissenschaften, Recht, Wirtschaft / Methoden der empirischen und qualitativen Sozialforschung
This book examines service-learning – a valuable means of promoting civic engagement and youth leadership in students by enabling them to apply their knowledge to needy people in the community. It describes selected service-learning projects in different areas by highlighting the subjects being offered, service site(s), completed service projects, evaluation findings and teachers’ reflections. Although service-learning has increased tremendously in the West, its development in different Chinese societies is still in its infancy. As such, this book provides valuable insights on the implementation and future directions of the service-learning movement in China by documenting lessons learned and sharing success stories. It also discusses related evaluation findings and impacts on students to show that service-learning can increase students’ empathy, social awareness, social responsibility and psychosocial skills and as a result can improve their quality of life. In addition, the book highlights how service-learning activities promote the well-being of the clients and communities being served. It also stimulates thinking and sharpens the thoughts of educators, administrators and those who wish to promote the quality of life of students and service recipients through service-learning.
Community engagement, Service leadership, Higher education in Service-Learning, Youth development in Chinese societies, Serivice-Learning movement in Chinese societies, Service-Learning for youth leadership, Youth leadership in Chinese societies, Civic engagement in youths, Promotion of quality of life, Psychosocial skills of students