Reflection of Academic Mentoring - A S-L Project Experience
As part of Singapore University of Social Sciences' Service-Learning programme, two students established an academic mentoring programme, Project Learn Love Live. With education being a social enabler, these students aim to address Singapore's socio-economic gap through weekly mentoring, providing both academic and social emotional support. As this project crosses a significant milestone, the students evaluated on the effectiveness of the mentoring programme, and reflected on the challenges faced and how to address them.
Keywords: APRCSL, Academic Mentoring, Service-Learning, Impact, Student Reflections, socioeconomic,Pertapis Education & Welfare Centre.
Tags:Diversity and InclusionVulnerable Children and Youth
By: Amelia Binte Mohamad Ali, Amanda CHIAM Hui Juin, Nurhuda Binte Ibrahim, Lydia Erdinnie Suratman, Umairah Farzana Zainudin, Ahmad Idris Omar.
Source:7th Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Service-Learning, Singapore, June 2019