Global Service-Learning for Social Responsibility to the World...
The purpose of this paper is to explore the pedagogical possibilities of global service-learning to educate university students to respond to the world’s poor in a global service-learning initiative at the American Midwestern university. Drawing from the capabilities approach and social justice pedagogy, grounded in a yearlong ethnographic case study in the initiative, the author explores the pedagogical possibilities, processes, and challenges of service-learning seeking to educate university students to address global poverty and work towards sustainable development.
Keywords: sustainable development, APRCSL, dialogic capabilities pedagogy, higher education, poverty, poor, Service-Learning
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By: CAI Xiuying, ZHENG Hong
Source:7th Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Service-Learning, Singapore, June 2019