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Since 2020, virtual service experiences have become increasingly popular. This handbook teaches educators how to move service-learning to a virtual space, while still engaging with students' interests.
Rooted in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, this handbook is focused on responsible consumption. Middle and high school students build a team among themselves, then investigate their communities to discover relevant local actions tied to the global need for conscientious consumption and production. The session plans are designed to take approximately an hour and span 14 sessions, by which point young people will have not only taken action, but also shared their experiences with others.