Academic Service-Learning in the Human Resource Development CurriculumJournal of Business Inquiry: Research, Education, and Application (2004)
AbstractAcademic service-learning is a relatively new pedagogy that uses service activities to support traditional teaching methods, giving students a better understanding and ability to remember and carry out functions/skills taught in class. Although its use in human resource development courses has rarely been reported in the literature, preliminary research appears to suggest that academic service-learning would be an ideal teaching method for instilling in students the skills and/or traits necessary to be successful in human resource development (e.g., intellectual versatility, adult learning insight, and industry understanding).
- Management Education,
- Human Resource Education
Citation InformationOvilla Turnbull and Susan R. Madsen. "Academic Service-Learning in the Human Resource Development Curriculum" Journal of Business Inquiry: Research, Education, and Application Vol. 3 Iss. 3 (2004)
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