Using Service Learning to Enhance a Hybrid Course Curriculum in the "Politics of Food"

@inproceedings{Mironesco2014UsingSL,
  title={Using Service Learning to Enhance a Hybrid Course Curriculum in the "Politics of Food"},
  author={Monique Mironesco},
  year={2014}
}
This case study investigates the benefits and challenges of using service learning to enhance the curriculum in a hybrid course rooted in the politics of the food system in Hawai‘i. Student learning outcomes are assessed, as are students’ notions of civic engagement. Students’ views on the impact of service learning on community partners is discussed, as well as the impact of the course curriculum on the students’ daily lives with regard to their awareness of the industrial agro-food system and… CONTINUE READING

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