Experiential/Service Learning

What is Experiential/Service Learning?


Experiential and Service Learning with UTeach Outreach allows you to take ownership of your learning, inspire students to take an active interest in STEM, and leave a positive impact on your local community. Come maximize your knowledge, experience, and impact!

Experiential Learning

An initiative at the University of Texas at Austin aimed to provide opportunities for undergraduate students to "learn by doing". This type of learning is designed to further engage students in the core content of their UT courses and provide additional application opportunities. 

With UTeach Outreach, UT students have the opportunity to engage further with and share their content experiences with K-12 students. Students enrolled in our undergraduate courses demonstrate this engagement by leading their own STEM after-school clubs, presenting electrical engineering and computer science challenges, supporting community events, and more! 

To learn more about experiential learning at UT, click here!

Service Learning

This type of learning is an opportunity for students at the University of Texas at Austin to complete some of their course work while simultaneously having positive impact on their communities. This type of educational pedagogy aims to weigh learning and service equally in classes. 

Imbedded into our graduate and undergraduate classes are the keystones of service learning; reflection and reciprocity. We provide students a variety of opportunities to engage with fellow UT students while also helping support and address community priorities in STEM education. Providing students with pathways, connections, and ideas to promote positive change in their current and future communities

To learn more about service learning at UT, click here!

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