Experiential learning for civic education: Typologies and learning outcomes

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Abstract

The typologies of experiential learning – Personal Development Oriented and Justice Oriented – for civic education were employed to examine two case studies. The first case involves a teacher guiding Hong Kong students in experiential learning activities in mainland China. His approaches aligned with Justice Oriented and Charity Oriented. The second case concerns a teacher who undertook experiential learning in Africa. Her approaches aligned with Personal Development Oriented and Justice Oriented. Their journeys illustrated different types of experiential learning would have various influences on perceived civic learning outcomes. We suggest adding facilitating and hindering factors into the typologies of experiential learning. Copyright © 2022 16th Asia-Pacific Network for Moral Education Conference & 48th Association for Moral Education Conference.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2022

Citation

Chong, E. K.-M., Wong, L. K.-L., Leung, W. T., & Leung, Y. W. (2022, July). Experiential learning for civic education: Typologies and learning outcomes [Online]. Paper presented at the 16th Asia-Pacific Network for Moral Education Conference and 48th Association for Moral Education Conference: Moral Development & Moral Education in Global Transition, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK.

Keywords

  • Alt. title: Experiential learning for civic education: Student participation and voice

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