This report aims to further explore the concept of service-learning outside of the higher education setting, to analyse the existing service-learning models, types and practices within and outside of the SLUSIK consortium.
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The unexplored effect on Service-learning in secondary school – an opportunity to boost further social engagement
Service-learning is a pedagogical strategy based on including community engagement in students’ curricula. It is normally associated with higher education, where it provides academic credit for education occurring in a traditionally non-formal setting.
Centre for European Volunteering, in collaboration with 6 other partner organisations and universities based in Belgium, Croatia, Ireland, Spain, Austria and Slovakia have recently launched “SLUSIK: Service Learning Upscaling Social Inclusion for Kids”, a project co-funded by the EU’s Erasmus+ Social Inclusion programme.