Introduction For as far back as education goes teaching has been primarily been one person imparting knowledge and information and another person or group of people receiving whatever has been said. This format of traditional education cannot be discredited as it clearly has its merit as an education system. This system is with out its f Part A Service learning is a technique of teaching that syndicates classroom instruction with significant community service.
It is a credit-bearing educational experience in which students participate in an organized service activity that meets acknowledged community needs and reflects on the service activity in such a way as to gain further understanding of course content, a broader appreciation of the discipline, and an enhanced sense of civic responsibility. In the modern society, it provides supplementary meaner for reaching educational objectives-academic credit is appropriate for service activities when learning objectives associated with the service are identified and evaluated.
Unlike traditional education, service learning upsurges detent curiosity in the subject, imparts novel problem solving skills, and makes teaching more pleasurable. Into the bargain, service learning magnifies course objectives to include community education Moreover, it emphasizes cognitive development through critical thoughtfulness and personal reflection even though encouraging a heightened sense of community, personal responsibility, and civic engagement. It facilitates progressivism whereby students can easily retain and learn information unlike the structured traditional learning methods thus making them more productive and efficient.
Its value is immense since it combines traditional learning and corporal action, tallying value to each experience while transmuting our views(as students)of academics and life, in relation to thinking and application of what is learned in class to real life rather than just studying to pass a test. Besides it being an effective tool to furnish students with knowledge that will help them better understands the world it focuses on operative citizenship and behavioral concerns, and this aids the student’s enhanced understanding of social issues pertinent to their own community.