Promotion of service leadership: An evaluation of a service learning subject in Hong Kong
In 2014-2015, a total of 88 university students enrolled in a course entitled “Service Leadership through Serving Children and Families with Special Needs”. To evaluate the effectiveness of this course, students were asked to complete a subjective evaluation form at the end of the course. Consistent with prior findings, students perceived the subject positively and found this subject to be beneficial for their personal growth. The present study showed how university students’ leadership qualities could be promoted through service-learning.
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