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GESH 2012 S-L:Action towards Personhood


Lecture: Friday 02:30 p.m. - 05:15 p.m.



Course Description

This course intends to integrate their academic knowledge and skills to address community needs in collaboration with local community partners. Applying the fundamental skillset and mindset equipped in GESH2011, students would implement their service-learning project in local communities. Through a series of self-initiated service, self-reflection, and project presentations, students would consolidate their insights and experience from community service and be directed to examine the meaning and value of university education in real life. This experiential learning approach would facilitate students’ self-development and foster their civic-mindedness in creating changes in the community.

Learning Outcome

Upon completion of this course, students are expected to be able to:

  • understand the genuine needs of the community and the real-life challenges they are facing, particularly those related to the selected SDGs of No Poverty, Zero Hunger, Good Health and Well-being, Quality Education, Reducing Inequality, and Climate Action;
  • apply multi-disciplinary skills and knowledge and concepts of civic engagement;
  • develop a strong sense of citizenship in terms of empathy and caring for other stakeholders in the community;
  • re-examine their personal development through self-discovery and self-expression.

Sustainable Development Goals