Service-Learning and Community Engagement (S-LCE) features in many schools. This unit assists students to explore the relationship between service and learning, including its significance and place in schools. The theological content includes aspects of creation and ongoing creation (focusing on Luther’s understanding of vocation) and theology of the cross.
Attention will be given to Service-Learning’s connections to all dimensions of the Australian Curriculum, conceptual thinking and innovative pedagogical practices to enrich students’ head, heart and hands learning.
Unit code: DE8140L (Approved)
Unit level: Postgraduate Foundational
Unit discipline: Education Studies
Delivery mode: Online
Proposing College: Australian Lutheran CollegeShow when this unit is running
Articulate the purpose and significance of Service-Learning in a faith-based educational or agency setting
Use suitable tools to critically analyse existing, site-based Service-Learning practices
Analyse and evaluate ways Service-Learning can be embedded in current curriculum planning and assessment
The pedagogical approach for the unit emphasises theological reflection, narrative inquiry and experiential learning to deepen students’ understanding of best-practice service-learning and community engagement.
|Type||Description||Word count||Weight (%)|
Portfolio 3000 words
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 26 Sep, 2019
Unit record last updated: 2020-01-14 15:01:36 +1100