Benefits to DSE students of service-learning through a community development model

Josephine Kitty DO, Tai Wai CHOR

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Abstract

Examines the impact of service-learning course “Community Arts experiences” on Hong Kong DSE students’ self-concept, personal growth, community engagement, learning outcome, civil responsibility, and adaptability in less favorable working environments, for example, the ANTI violence organization and African culture group. Discusses whether service learning helps student improve their learning from primary learning (presenting information) to secondary learning (interpreting information), and evaluate how the connection between two level of learning foster “reflection” and “critical thinking”.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2013

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Citation

Do, P. Y. J., & Chor, T. W. (2013, June). Benefits to DSE students of service-learning through a community development model. Paper presented at the 4th Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Service-Learning, Lingnan University, China.