Practical Guide to design and intervention of Service-Learning programmes in Physical Activity and Sport
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AuthorSantos Pastor, María Luisa; Ruiz Montero, Pedro Jesús; Chiva-Bartoll, Óscar; Martínez Muñoz, L. Fernando
Physical ActivitySportsUniversity Service-LearningTeaching
Santos-Pastor, M. L.; Ruiz-Montero, P. J.; Chiva-Bartoll, O. & Martínez-Muñoz, L. F. (2021). Practical Guide to design and intervention of Service-Learning programmes in Physical Activity and Sport (Spain, Andalusia, Intellectual Property Registration num. MA-00375-2021). Regional Government of Andalusia.
SponsorshipConsejo Superior de Deportes Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación. Gobierno de España Red de Investigación en Aprendizaje-Servicio en Actividad Física y Deporte para la Inclusión Social (RIADIS)
Service-Learning (SL) is an educational proposal that represents an occasion to provide students with experiential learning activities which they share with other participants (vulnerable groups). Students, with a guidance from their teachers, and taking into account specific competencies of their qualification, propose actions (design-action-evaluation) which are defined according to the needs and interests of vulnerable groups that are in a situation of inequality (economic, cultural, educational, etc.) and therefore, do not have access to certain rights (leisure, health, recreation, education, etc.) which are necessary for their inclusion and greater social justice. An accurate, consistent and well-structured planning process, which specifies each steps and actions, is a key in creating a SL programme. For more information, you can consult the bibliography which we have included in the end of the guide.