This project, in addition to developing skills in students, aims to promote health literature in the community.
The metaphor of butterflies travelling in conveying beauty is the driving force of Biobeauty which aims to convey the culture of beauty, the stimulus to curiosity into constructive social interaction, concrete actions in solidarity with the local communities.
Reflection on how girls and boys who start in the classroom learn more.
Our concept of Service-Learning encompasses a wide variety of formats:
• Service-Learning classes
• Mentoring programs
• Civic engagement in student initiatives
• Engagement Transfer
• Civic Engagement Certificate
Carrying out tasks mainly based on providing educational support and leisure activities for persons in a situation of or at risk of social exclusion
Cooperation has been understood by us as a form of cultural activism, dealing with problems, sharing experiences and skills, actions and knowledge, working towards common interests and goals.
“The idea is that with very little we can do a lot”.
Solidarity classes consider that education is the most powerful weapon to change the world.
Service-Learning projects within the academic approach used to raise awareness on the responsibilities future managers have to their communities.
The interdisciplinary and international service-learning experience include 25 students from 10 countries, 6 Universities and 13 different Master programs.
Post COVID: EducamosContigo is an interuniversity and inter-optional Learning-Service program that offers psychoeducational, school and digital literacy accompaniment online to families and students in situations of educational and social vulnerability at all pre-university educational levels.
TOOL KIT TO IMPLEMENT THE MEASUREMENT OF IMPACT THROUGH SROI METHODOLOGY IN AN SERVICE-LEARNING PROJECT
The “SApS ODS?” project for Global Justice aims to move from “Education for Global Citizenship” to a global justice paradigm that is considered more holistic, comprehensive and transformative.
Workshop series Civic engagement at universities – examples for good practice in urban development , Engagement with and through digitalization as well as Civic engagement at changing/evolving universities.
To enhance the students’ experience of being in Ireland by working closely with local civic groups.It incorporates activities designed to foster student awareness and understanding of environmental concerns and social innovation.
Reason and Engage is an elective course for students from 3rd bachelor onwards. Students from different study programs are stimulated to reflect on urgent social challenges.
As a part of a practical assignment, students accompany children and adolescents as well as young refugees in Nuremberg.
The NGO Rescue supports Syrian women to get a decent job in our country until the situation in their country improves and they will be able to return to their homes.
Social isolation and the switch to remote forms of education represent strong challenges in terms of planning and implementing direct in-person volunteering and Service-Learning activities. However, in many countries, experts in Service-Learning have started to observe and document cases of community-oriented activities involving cooperation between teachers, students and community partners in times of pandemic.
Learning from the Lives of Others is a first year course which requires the students to maintain a weekly commitment as a volunteer at a partner charity, and to integrate reflective learning from their experiences as part of assessment.
Students design and execute a consulting project with a non-profit organization in order to resolve one or more concrete problems.
Support for lecturers from all disciplines who wish to integrate sustainability topics into their courses, we want to enable our students to become change agents for sustainability.
Students are invited to get to know societal partners in the environment of their institution and produce stories that are relevant for the community which surrounds them.
During the first half of the semester students have classes with relevant people related to the Social Justice field and during the second, they complete a number of hours of voluntary work within an institution.
To explore and enhance collaboration opportunities with work field organisations in the neighbourhoods surrounding the new campus through community-based learnin
We aim to help reduce loneliness among students and older adults, and to improve intercultural and intergenerational communication.
Community engagement (CE) or Academic Service Learning (ASL) is embedded into the academic programs and provides a deep learning experience for students, fostering the development of skills for managing relationships, problem-solving and civic responsibility, which provides a competitive edge to students entering the world of work.
Students are organised in small research teams, focused on various aspects of the planned participatory evaluation research.
UNIAKTIV tests different forms of Campus-Community-Partnerships such as Community-based Research, Design-Thinking-Variants and Social-Entrepreneurship-approaches.
Works with kids from socially disadvantaged backgrounds, supporting them in their educational career and also benefiting student helpers by encouraging social responsibility and volunteering activities.
It support student placements by providing context to deepen their understanding of current social justice issues. Particular focus will be given to the impact of immigration on Italian society.
Mothers Units are an innovative and valuable resource for women who have to face criminal responsibility and have minor children under their care, for the children to be able to remain with their mother in a stimulating and safe environment for the children development.
Learning outcomes: The laboratory based on the methodology of service learning intends to favour an experiential learning (learning)