What are the 4 student learning outcomes?

The following examples of academic program student learning outcomes come from a variety of academic programs across campus, and are organized in four broad areas: 1) contextualization of knowledge; 2) praxis and technique; 3) critical thinking; and, 4) research and communication.

What is the impact of service learning on college campuses students and the community?

Students have deeper understanding of self and their involvement in the community. Students are more aware of issues in the community and develop a sense of responsibility to address those issues. Students are exposed to diverse communities therefore dispelling misconceptions.

What is service learning outcomes?

Through service-learning, students learn how to communicate effectively, develop leadership skills and confidence, are exposed to different perspectives that challenge their thoughts and views on the world which all ultimately adds to the development of their self-identity.

What are the benefits of service-learning for community?

Benefits of service learning for communities

  • Volunteers.
  • Building capacity for positive social change.
  • New energy and creativity.
  • More personal attention for clients.
  • Strengthening or expanding services and programs.
  • Connecting to university resources.
  • Building connections to other partner agencies.

What is the importance of community service learning?

Students who participate in it are more deeply engaged in their local communities, gain practical skills, develop their career and personal interests, and are usually more engaged citizens.

What is community service learning?

Community Service Learning (CSL) is a pedagogy that promotes students’ learning through their active participation in experiences of community engagement (Folgueiras et al, 2020). It is considered an effective pedagogy for improving social engagement and at the same time enhancing students’ skills and aptitudes.

What are the outcomes of community service?

Builds relationships and ‘social connectedness’ with peers and adults, and exposes students to diversity and multiculturalism. Improves lifelong communication, interpersonal and critical thinking skills. Helps students find their passions and interests that may lead to a career choice they may have not considered.

What is community CAS?

Community based creativity: Participating in creativity within the local community advances your awareness and understanding of interpersonal relationships with others, particularly if the creativity experience involves the local community.