This article focuses on the significance of community-based learning (CBL), which has yet to be incorporated more widely and proactively in the field of second language education, including Korean. It introduces the Junior-and-Mentor (JAM) project as a model CBL project for advanced language courses, describes its outcomes, and discusses pedagogical implications. The article concludes with a suggestion for collaboration on expansion of the CBL project repertoires and creation of a CBL project repository for the language-teaching community.
community-based learning (CBL), Korean language education, advanced language courses, community-based learning project, project repository, language-teaching community
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