meaningful tools

meaningful tools

Just as a compass is a tool to give direction for where you are headed, an active service-learning environment may lead students in the right direction for their purpose in life. Read more…

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thinking beyond oneself

thinking beyond oneself

It is hopeful that a collectivist culture may help a student see beyond themselves. just as a telescope or looking glass does.
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gendered benefits in service-learning

gendered benefits in service-learning

The differences between men and women during service-learning are not limited to the attire required on site. Read more…

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opportunities beyond my self

opportunities beyond my self

Students help build and strengthen their communities if they adopt a beyond-the-self approach to their life purpose. Read more…

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if at first you don't succeed...

if at first you don’t succeed…

Students should not feel discouraged if their journey to find their purpose in life is not smooth. Their efforts may lead them in a different direction, with an end result greater than they initially imagined. Read more…

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teaching purpose

teaching purpose

Teachers enrich the service-learning experience by supporting students’ growth. Read more…

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purpose tests morals

purpose tests morals

Just as you may need to make a choice between two paths, you may need to choose between your purpose in life and your morals. Read more…

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what motivates service?

what motivates service?

There are many ways to motivate service, whether the motivation is intrinsic or extrinsic. Read more…

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