AbstractTraditional service-learning pedagogy assumes that learning occurs when contact between relatively advantaged students and a relatively disadvantaged service population reduces prejudice. However, little is known about how students whose backgrounds are similar to the populations they serve process this learning experience. This study explores the...
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Learning Goals and Assessments
- Use critical thinking and writing skills.
- Understand a socioeconomic status and food instability through a service-learning project.
- Learn a new method of applied sociology.
- Written reflections.
- Effective collaboration with service-learning partner.