Teaching for service learning and community leadership in the united Arab emirates
Source of Publication
Advances in Educational Administration
This chapter reports on one faculty member's experience introducing a service learning component into a sequence of required courses in a College of education at a University in the United Arab Emirates. This study identifies local issues associated with introducing service learning into the curriculum and examines students' perceptions of self, attitudes toward service to others, and service as leadership and outcomes. Relatively little evidence exists in the Middle East of the actual processes involved in developing and implementing service learning programs and the relevant connections that can be made to Islamic principles for community advocacy and leadership. Copyright © 2013 by Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Davis, Marilyn R. and Hassan, Aysha Abdulla Hassan Ali, "Teaching for service learning and community leadership in the united Arab emirates" (2013). All Works. 3299.
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