Am I a good citizen?

Wai Lin Teresa CHAI-YIP

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Abstract

Am I a good citizen is a self-constructed questionnaire designed for a group of primary school children, aims to investigate whether they have any attitudinal change pre and post the service learning project. The questionnaire comprises two major parts. Part one has 30 questions on five aspects, namely (1) respect of others, (2) collaboration, (3) self-regulation, (4) civic and social concern, and (5) participation. The second part is about the perception of moral and civic values of the respondents. The result of the questionnaire is positive and encouraging, proves that service learning is an effective way to nurture good citizenship.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2004

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Citation

Chai-Yip, T. W. L. (2004, April). Am I a good citizen? Paper presented at the Pacific Circle Consortium 28th Annual Conference: Civic Values and Social Responsibility in a Global Context, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, China.

Keywords

  • Theory and Practice of Teaching and Learning