|Posted on April 25, 2011 at 10:51 AM|
Absolutely. Social-learning helps students experience the relevance of their studies as they develop skills and apply content knowledge in a real-life context. Through social-learning, classroom practices-such as research, reading fiction and nonfiction, interviewing, and documenting-are performed in myriad ways during interaction within the community. This allow students to see real, tangible changes brought about by their own efforts both in their communities and in themselves. They collaborate with others, learn persistence and responsibility, and actively participate in civic life. Education and human welfare connect meaningfully through social-learning. Be a part of the vision.
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