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        <!----><h2>Lehrveranstaltungen</h2><!----><A HREF="../00022200/06414967.htm">FU_Service Learning - Social Engagement II 11095 1 WS 21/22, Seminar</A><br/><!---->

        <!----><h2>Modulleitung</h2><!----><!----><!---->Banzer, Roman<br><!----><!----><!----><!----><!---->
       	<!----><h2>Studienplan</h2><!---->BSc AR 14<br><!---->BSc AR 19<br><!---->BSc BWL 12<br><!---->BSc BWL 21<br><!---->FAWA 14<br><!---->MSc AR 14<br><!---->MSc AR 19<br><!---->MSc EM 18<br><!---->MSc EM 20<br><!---->MSc EN 15<br><!---->MSc FI 15<br><!---->MSc FI 20<br><!---->MSc IS 15<br><!---->MSc WI 19<br><!---->
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><h2>Lehrziele</h2>
        The students:<br/><ul style='margin-top:0px; margin-bottom:0px'><li>Coordinate projects with the aim of strengthening social responsibility</li><li>Develop an understanding for the common good</li><li>Putting one's own learning in context with social learning through community involvement</li><li>Design projects within the framework of the promotion of practice- and occupation-integrating teaching</li><li>Develop an idea sketch and a plan of action and measures</li><li>Take responsibility in their projects</li><li>Learn from each other</li><li>Apply their skills and knowledge in authentic problem contexts</li></ul><br/>Learning outcomes:<br/>Quality Standards Service Learning<br/><ul style='margin-top:0px; margin-bottom:0px'><li>Meaningful Service: Meaningful engagement means that the participants in service learning projects are involved in meaningful and personally relevant engagement activities.</li><li>Social commitment takes place on the basis of a change of perspective with regard to self-defined criteria that are subordinate to the understanding of social action.</li><li>Link to Curriculum: Service learning is deliberately used as a didactic method to achieve general learning and/or content standards.</li><li>Reflection: Service learning includes diverse and challenging reflection exercises, which are applied again and again throughout the process and stimulate reflection on oneself and one's own relationship to society. </li><li>Relativity means the identification and reflection of existing social circumstances and values on the basis of which students weigh up, build and carry out their social project.</li><li>Diversity: Service learning promotes the understanding of diversity and respect among those involved.</li><li>Youth Voice: In service learning projects, students are responsible for the planning, implementation and evaluation of the projects. Lecturers and cooperation partners act as coaches.</li><li>Partnerships: Partnerships in service learning are designed cooperatively, profitably for all sides and oriented towards the well-being of the community.</li><li>Progress Monitoring: All those involved in a service learning project are constantly engaged in evaluating the process quality and achievement of objectives, and the results are incorporated into the improvement and sustainability of the service learning project.</li><li>Duration and Intensity: The amount of time and the quality of the commitment allow to really meet the needs of the community and to achieve the set goals.</li></ul><p/><!---->
        <!----><h2>Lehrinhalte</h2>
        Service-Learning - learning through commitment - is a form of teaching and learning that combines social commitment of students with subject-specific learning. Service learning projects can be realized at all levels - from kindergarten to university. Students are given the opportunity to apply their acquired knowledge in authentic problem contexts.<br/><p/><!---->
    
        <!----><h2>Lernergebnisse</h2>
        The students:<br/><ul style='margin-top:0px; margin-bottom:0px'><li>Coordinate projects with the aim of strengthening social responsibility</li><li>Develop an understanding for the common good</li><li>Putting one's own learning in context with social learning through community involvement</li><li>Design projects within the framework of the promotion of practice- and occupation-integrating teaching</li><li>Develop an idea sketch and a plan of action and measures</li><li>Take responsibility in their projects</li><li>Learn from each other</li><li>Apply their skills and knowledge in authentic problem contexts</li></ul><br/>Learning outcomes:<br/>Quality Standards Service Learning<br/><ul style='margin-top:0px; margin-bottom:0px'><li>Meaningful Service: Meaningful engagement means that the participants in service learning projects are involved in meaningful and personally relevant engagement activities.</li><li>Social commitment takes place on the basis of a change of perspective with regard to self-defined criteria that are subordinate to the understanding of social action.</li><li>Link to Curriculum: Service learning is deliberately used as a didactic method to achieve general learning and/or content standards.</li><li>Reflection: Service learning includes diverse and challenging reflection exercises, which are applied again and again throughout the process and stimulate reflection on oneself and one's own relationship to society. </li><li>Relativity means the identification and reflection of existing social circumstances and values on the basis of which students weigh up, build and carry out their social project.</li><li>Diversity: Service learning promotes the understanding of diversity and respect among those involved.</li><li>Youth Voice: In service learning projects, students are responsible for the planning, implementation and evaluation of the projects. Lecturers and cooperation partners act as coaches.</li><li>Partnerships: Partnerships in service learning are designed cooperatively, profitably for all sides and oriented towards the well-being of the community.</li><li>Progress Monitoring: All those involved in a service learning project are constantly engaged in evaluating the process quality and achievement of objectives, and the results are incorporated into the improvement and sustainability of the service learning project.</li><li>Duration and Intensity: The amount of time and the quality of the commitment allow to really meet the needs of the community and to achieve the set goals.</li></ul><br/>The duration of the projects is limited to one semester. Students are free to continue the project as part of a private initiative.<br/><p/><!---->
     
        <!----><h2>Lehrmethode</h2>
        Project seminar, regular meetings on Mondays with the entire group at the university, teamcoachings online by appointment, closing event<br/><br/>90 working hours (have to be documented in the project report)<p/><!---->
   	<!----><h2>Sprache</h2>
        Englisch<p/><!---->
        <!----><h2>Voraussetzungen</h2>
        No previous knowledge necessary<p/><!---->
         <!----><h2>Lehrmittel</h2>
        Reinders, H. (2016). Service Learning - theoretische &Uuml;berlegungen und empirische Studien zu Lernen durch Engagement (1. Aufl.). Beltz Juventa.                                                                                                            <br/><br/>Rosenkranz, D., Roderus, S. & Oberbeck, N. (2020). Service Learning an Hochschulen: Konzeptionelle &Uuml;berlegungen und innovative Beispiele (1. Auflage). Beltz Juventa.<br/><p/><!---->
    
        <!----><h2>Prfungsmethode</h2>
        Grading<br/>Assessment of performance<br/><ul style='margin-top:0px; margin-bottom:0px'><li>Project plan and report</li><li>Engagement </li><li>Teamwork </li><li>Reflection paper (learning process)</li></ul><br/>Workload: 90 working hours (have to be documented in the project report)<br/><br/>Compulsory attendance: 80%, but mandatory<br/><br/>Teamcoachings online by appointment<br/><p/><!---->
    
         <!----><<h2>Beurteilungsmodus</h2>
        Grading<br/>Assessment of performance<br/><ul style='margin-top:0px; margin-bottom:0px'><li>Project plan and report</li><li>Engagement </li><li>Teamwork </li><li>Reflection paper (learning process)</li></ul><br/>Workload: 90 working hours (have to be documented in the project report)<br/><br/>Compulsory attendance: 80%, but mandatory<br/><br/>Teamcoachings online by appointment<br/><p/><!---->
     
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