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|Other Titles:||High School Students' Motivation for and Practice in Energy-Saving and CarbonReduction Service Learning Program|
Office of Teacher Education and Career Service
In this study, energy saving and carbon-reduction are the focuses for di cus ion. In the way of service learning enior high school tudents were arranged to promote a campaign for the Energy-Saving and Carbon-Reduction in ational Indu trial and Technology Museum. Entitled as "Energy-Saving and Carbon-Reduction (ESCR) Lifestyle and Service Learning Activities", the Green Energy DIY and Action Drama Performance sections were selected as the case study to detennine the effectivene s of service learning and the perceptions of high school students on this program. The qualitative research approach was applied, and 15 students from 2 high schools were interviewed to investigate their motivations for participation and their engagement in the process of service learning. The results showed that mo t tudents participated in ESCR service learning because of their affiliation motivation. In addition tudent engagement in ESCR service learning was analyzed in 3 tages: preparation action, and reflection. During the reflection stage, the student demonstrated improvement in ESCR knowledge and problem-solving skills there by influencing their choice for future lifestyles and career planning. The finding of this study reflected the true phenomenon of service learning participation, including students' participating motivations in the beginning, uncertainty about the program, but then deeper dedicated involvement. These results may serve as a valuable reference for designing future related programs.
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