Innovative Student Actions. Rosalyn McKeown University of Tennessee. Module 3. Institutional capacity (page 2). “Institutions need to link knowledge and action” (page 3). Sustainable Campus Management Greening and water saving (page 31). Why Service Learning?.
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only in its experiential and humanitarian nature
but in its participatory and problem-posing
potential. The degree to which young people
engage in the processes of exploring, analyzing,
critiquing, suggesting, deciding, planning, and
acting through service greatly determines the
impact of the experience on their understanding
of themselves and their surroundings. . .
opportunities for youth to reflecting critically
and constructively on their world and to
develop skills for facilitating meaningful
(Claus & Ogden 1999)
Charity (giving, caring, civic duty)
Social Change Maintain status quo
Change (giving, caring, self-transformation)
it takes to go beyond your own
comfort zone. Tsepo Mokuku
Give student teachers the opportunity
of working with schools different
than their own socio-economic
status and ethnic group.