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Title: Evaluation on impact of self-initiated project scheme on university education : case study
Authors: Chan, JCH 
Lau, TY 
Tang, WY 
Leung, LNS 
Leung, Y 
Wong, KW 
Lau, KL 
Hui, KM 
Tavares, TN 
Wong, CK 
Wong, HT 
Tam, YY 
Pak, WL 
Tsang, HC 
Lai, NHT 
Liu, X 
Issue Date: 2020
Source: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Service-Learning, 10-12 January, 2019, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, p. 125-131
Abstract: Objective: To evaluate whether self-initiated project (SIP) can promote the development of global leadership as part of holistic education.
Participants: 16 students who joined the self-initiated project.
Methods: All participants finished Reflective journals with five open-ended questions. Two-independent reviewers summarized and counted the main points of learnt attributes from the reflective journal based on nive components of global leaderships.
Results: Individual attributes, group dynamic and global vision were the three major categories identified. Being flexible and creative, passionate, have an open and cooperative mind, skills of conflict resolution and effective communication are the attributes that are frequently mentioned by the students in the reflective journal.
Conclusions: Creativity thinking, interpersonal/social skills and inquisitiveness are the three significant components on global leaderships.
Keywords: Global leadership
Self-initiated project
Global citizen
Experiential learning
Publisher: ICSL 2019
Rights: ©2019 The 3rd International Conference on Service-Learning (ICSL)
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