Department of Humanities & Communication
This chapter focuses on service-learning as a pedagogical approach for Net Generation learners, and presents a case study from a private technological institution in the United States as an example. The chapter covers details of the assignment as a case study, specific considerations in the assignment’s design for Net Generation learners, ways in which the assignment followed principles of service-learning assignments, and how service-learning principles correspond with Net Generation learner characteristics. The case study focuses on an assignment for a speech class in which university students developed and delivered presentations on science topics to two audiences: children in an afterschool program and an online audience of teachers and adults. Issues and problems that arose are discussed followed by suggestions and recommendations for this service-learning project.
Teaching, Learning, and the Net Generation: Concepts and Tools for Reaching Digital Learnings
Scholarly Commons Citation
Blomstrom, S. (2012). Service-Learning as a Pedagogical Approach for Net Generation Learners: A Case Study. Teaching, Learning, and the Net Generation: Concepts and Tools for Reaching Digital Learnings, (). https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-61350-347-8.ch020