Developing Engaged Practitioners through Virtual Service Learning Projects

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It has been said that experience is the best teacher, and for this reason, many instructors and educational programs are adding experiential components to their curriculum. One form of experiential learning is service learning, where students apply what they are studying to improving their local or global community. While these projects usually happen in the areas neighboring a physical campus, online learners can also benefit from service learning. This article will discuss how the Chicago School of Professional Psychology created service learning opportunities for online students.

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