Service learning integrates community services activities with learning. Curricular service learning is to have community service as part of the course. Students apply the lessons of the classroom to the service activity, and bring back to the classroom reflection and experience. Co-curricular service learning is done in conjunction with a club or organization that often exist to bring positive change in the community and is separate from a classroom.
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