Towards a core curriculum for civic engagement on appropriate technology: Characterizing, optimizing and mobilizing youth community service learning

@article{Wensing2018TowardsAC,
  title={Towards a core curriculum for civic engagement on appropriate technology: Characterizing, optimizing and mobilizing youth community service learning},
  author={Alexia J. Wensing and Enrico Wensing and Michelle Virgo},
  journal={African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development},
  year={2018},
  volume={10},
  pages={867 - 877}
}
Young learners represent a source of renewable energy that could benefit communities worldwide. While there are a growing number of isolated case examples of successful community engagement projects led by youth and their educators from around the world, a gap remains regarding a mechanism by which these projects can be connected to share best practices. In this article, we introduce a core curriculum for civic engagement (CC4CE) that can serve as a mechanism to bring various community… 
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