A systematic review of leadership development through service-learning in undergraduate education
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AbstractNowadays service-learning becomes more popular in developing youth leadership in undergraduate education. Yet there is a lack of systematic approach to understand the leadership development via service-learning in undergraduate education. The systematic review aims to: (1) gain a better understanding of how service-learning is implemented in supporting leadership development, (2) identify the factors influencing leadership development in service-learning in undergraduate education, and (3) review the evidence on the impacts of service-learning on leadership development in undergraduate education. Literature search is done with the use of online academic databases available through our university library. Inclusion criteria for screening papers for review include: (1) service-learning with reflection component, (2) leadership development, (3) undergraduate education, (4) empirical research papers, (5) full-text available, and (6) papers presented in English language. Findings ofthe systematic review are presented. Implications for future leadership development through undergraduate service-learning are then discussed at the end ofthe paper.
Acceptance Date14/05/2019
All Author(s) ListSancia Wai-San Wan, Sally Wai-Yan Wan
Name of ConferenceThe 19th Biennial Conference of International Study Association on Teachers and Teaching
Start Date of Conference01/07/2019
End Date of Conference05/07/2019
Place of ConferenceSibiu
Country/Region of ConferenceRomania
Proceedings TitleEducation beyond the crisis: new skills, children's rights and teaching contexts
LanguagesEnglish-United States
Keywordssystematic review, service-learning, leadership development, undergraduate education

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