Service Learning in Philosophy Courses


[Charles Sheeler, “Golden Gate”]

A reader has asked for suggestions about how to incorporate service learning into undergraduate philosophy courses.

“Service learning” is a combination of learning and community service. Students partake in activities to directly or indirectly help members of their community in ways that reinforce or enhance what they’re learning in the classroom.

If you have any ideas about how to use service learning in philosophy, or have done so, or are aware of helpful resources for doing so, please share your thoughts and information in the comments.

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