Connecting Generations: Service-Learning as a tool for building a...
In this paper, we discuss quantitative results from 3 of Kogan’s Attitude Towards Oder People sub-scales. Qualitative data using our students’ feedback and samples of their assignment will also be shared. The presenting team will also discuss the challenges of mounting S-L and suggests improvement to S-L-mapped pedagogy, and improved management of external stakeholders in future S-L collaborations.
Tags:Ageing and ElderlyHealth and Well-being
By: CHONG Ching Liang, LU Mengya, Nazrin Banu Abdul Razack, Caroline LEE Ho Yee, A.M.A. NASIRUDEEN
Source:7th Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Service-Learning, Singapore, June 2019