Motivate Resilience through Innovation of “Windows of Oppor...

This paper propose a new perspective of double innovative framework of “Resilience” and “Course Re-design”, in order that the extended project-based service-learning can solve its bottleneck of motivating college students and teachers under stress to facillitate the needs of the disadvantaged people or community in a more willing and perseverant way. This research compares cases of project-based service-learning of Taiwan and China universities. The research result is that the key successful factors lie in two dimensions: 1) Resilience; 2) Inducement.


Keywords: APRCSL, Taiwan, China, service-learning, resilience, inducement, enactus, coping strategy, applied scholarship. 

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