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Publisher: Trentham Books Limited
"In Safe Hands describes the evolution of voluntary service learning for teachers in the developing world. For two decades, Hope One World (HOW), a charity of Liverpool Hope University, has provided a needs-based service education for teachers in SOS schools in Africa, India and Sri Lanka. The project teams of the university staff and students work overseas for three weeks at a time with teachers and children in the SOS schools and the project provides a safe environment for the UK students. The book is written by staff and students who took part in projects."--BOOK JACKET.Clarkson, Jean is the author of 'In Safe Hands: A Global Concept of Service Learning in Higher Education' with ISBN 9781858564166 and ISBN 1858564166.
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