SA Learning Outcomes

There are seven learning outcomes that guide your service choices and your reflection on what you learn through your service experiences.

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'The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.' - Mahatma Gandhi

When you record your service as learning experiences, you will also identify which of the seven Service as Action Learning Outcomes you will focus on developing.

  1. Before the activity, try to envision how the experience will allow you to grow in the outcome(s) you have identified.

  2. During the activity, it is helpful to keep the outcome(s) in mind and try to notice your thoughts and feelings related to the outcome(s).

  3. This will allow you reflect thoughtfully and meaningfully on your growth and/or challenges in the outcome(s) after the activity.

Here is the list of the seven Service as Action Learning Outcomes, and a few questions it can be helpful to consider:

Over your years in the Middle Years Programme, you should focus on developing in each of the service as action learning outcomes. Your school will let you know of any specific requirements and/or guidelines about selecting and reflecting on these outcomes.