The Service-Learning, Inclusion and Digital Empowerment Manifesto
The SLIDE Manifesto is addressed to all relevant service-learning stakeholders. Its statements challenge the current teaching and learning approaches, and it entices readers to think about a new paradigm where online and offline components go hand in hand. It is designed as a platform for further debate, and a resource to be used by the stakeholder groups.
Consider endorsing or providing feedback for the manifesto to push service-learning adoption forward in the European Union!
HEI policy and support staff
Community members and organizations
Four stakeholder groups and four content categories make up the SLIDE Manifesto, providing an overview of the pedagogy. We have carefully considered the role of each stakeholder group within the dynamic, and provided valuable insights for each. This work shows the potential and value of SL&DE and its connection to digital empowerment. It also addresses the current state of institutionalization and provides actionable conditions for success, ultimately covering the what, why and how of Service-Learning & Digital Empowerment.
For Service-Learning and Digital Empowerment for each stakeholder group.
That make SL&DE a different approach to traditional pedagogy.
The impact implementing such a pedagogy has on each stakeholder group.
Conditions for succes
Concrete, actionable and endorsable statements related to implementation.
Each SLIDE partner made significant efforts to provide input to the manifesto. Each partner held two focus groups in which each stakeholder group was represented and reflected upon. All unique statements from these focus groups were collected into a matrix, which was written out in the manifesto, after two focus groups were held among the consortium to make sense of – and streamline – the findings. This makes our manifesto not only a truly collaborative and international effort, but also one based on stakeholder input.