ELTHE: Exploring the Relationship between Experiential Learning and Social, Economic, Environmental, and Racial Justice
The special issue 5.1 of Experiential Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (ELTHE) is published, dedicated to the theme Exploring the Relationship between Experiential Learning and Social, Economic, Environmental, and Racial Justice. This special issue is part II following the Fall 2021 special issue,
Please take time to delve into the rich scholarship within this open access journal issue. It is especially powerful to see how the issue positions research articles alongside community partner articles and community-based methodological approaches to experiential learning. It is a rich collection that opens up dialogue to how experiential learning serves as a change agent in our education systems and fosters a justice orientation to our work.
More in "New Resources"
- New Report: Alignment of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging with Community and Civic Engagement Functions in Higher Education
- New Report: After Everything: Projections of Jobs, Education, and Training Requirements through 2031
- New Report: As the Dust Settles: A Snapshot of Civic & Community Engagement at Community Colleges
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