Service-Learning and Community Engagement (S LCE) recognises that schools are shaped by their context and have multiple community connections (local, church, global). This unit explores these connections. The theological topics include aspects of creation and ongoing creation, focusing on community, reciprocity and relationships.
The overarching question ‘Who is my neighbour?’ challenges students to examine schools’ existing community connections as well as to identify the skills and attributes required for all to be active learners and respectful social and environmental contributors.
Unit Code: DE8141L
Unit Level: Postgraduate Foundational
Unit Discipline: Education Studies
Delivery Mode: Online
Proposing College: Australian Lutheran CollegeShow when this Unit is running
Investigate local community needs and resources in order to identify opportunities for enhancing reciprocal community engagement
Summarise and evaluate age-appropriate cross-cultural skills, knowledge and processes that enhance intercultural understanding and develop empathy
Describe the underlying principles and the processes for establishing effective partnerships between educational institutions and community agencies and apply them to evaluate one or more agency-partner choices
The pedagogical approach for the unit emphasises theological reflection, action research and site visits/experiential learning in order to develop culturally appropriate, relational and reciprocal community-oriented practices.
Investigation 3000 words
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 26 Sep, 2019
Unit Record last updated: 2019-11-04 23:52:22 +1100