We are professionals in the Psychology of Disability and that commitment must be a constant ethics in any professional and personal path from the very beginning of university training in the Degree of Psychology.
Plataforma per la Llengua (Pro-language Platform), the Catalan language NGO, is a well-established organisation in the Catalan-speaking territory that works to promote the Catalan language as a social cohesion tool
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.
This S-L experience is a hybrid example, joining international, domestic and virtual service-learning.
As loneliness amongst student populations and older adults is well-documented, this module aims to address this issue, by bringing the groups together in a structured, academic and yet informal, way.
Vulnerable people will be helped through inclusive and social education, fair and equal treatment and healthy and respectful habits through sport.
Students of the university course “Intercultural Pedagogy” manage chanels of different social media where they share news, reflections and facts concerning to interculturality, prompting also the audience to come.
The aim is to combine the approach of community-based research with the approach of service learning. The students worked together in three project teams and developed research and service ideas for community partners.
Post COVID: “Journalism and Citizenship, a Practical Introduction” wants students to reflect on the importance of (hyper)local journalism for the local (Brussels) community.
To strengthen social awareness, ethics, and critical thinking in future media professionals through their engagement in the process of developing with a social partner an action on Communication for Social Change.
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.
To collect and present in an attractive way successful stories of refugee women which had set up small business in Spain.
The Project aims is to cover the social need to improve efficiency in the use of public resources, as well as to complete the training of students of the UNED (National Distance Education University)
All aspiring teachers fulfill community service learning during their educational bachelor program in a subject called ‘Identity In Diversity’. They follow this course during each year of the three-year program.
Learning with Older Adults through Intergenerational Service Learning in Physical Education Teacher Education
Language acquisition and led to the development of EUFICCS (European use of full-immersion: culture, content and service) that was born as a European project and subsequently adopted as a teaching methodology.
Stemming from this service-learning has become a privileged tool not only for the acquisition of language and culture but more extensively for the development of a culture of democracy based on RFCDC.
Authentic, positive, meaningful learning moments benefiting partners and students. Addressing complex problems in complex settings rather than simplified problems in isolation.
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.
The curricular learning goal is, that students learn about didactical planning instruments and theories.
To explore and enhance collaboration opportunities with work field organisations in the neighbourhoods surrounding the new campus through community-based learnin
To develop ways of education in which students from various disciplines by working together with community partners contribute to local social issues in neighborhoods.
We aim to help reduce loneliness among students and older adults, and to improve intercultural and intergenerational communication.
The aim of the service-learning experience to enhance the international students’ experience of being in Ireland by working closely with civic groups in addressing the needs of refugees and asylum seekers who have moved to the Limerick area.