Author: Elizabeth J. Whitt,Gregory S. Blimling
Publisher: Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (May 21, 1999)
Category: Schools & Teaching
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Solid book describing methods to implement best practices in student affairs. 1999 is a bit outdated. Besides that issue, it still provides relevant information for the student affairs field.
Solid book describing methods to implement best practices in student affairs. May 27, 2008 Kimberly rated it really liked it.
Gregory S. Blimling, Elizabeth J. Whitt. This essential guide to effective practice is for student affairs professionals on all types of campuses. Authors include leading scholars and experienced practitioners in the fields of higher education and student affairs.
Identifying the Principles That Guide Student Affairs Practice (. limling & E. Whitt). Engaging Students in Active Learning (M. Magolda). Helping Students Develop Coherent Values and Ethical Standards (. alton). Setting the Bar High to Promote Student Learning (G. Kuh). Using Systematic Inquiry to Improve Performance (E. Pascarella& E. Using Resources to Achieve Institutional Missions and Goals (. eisser & L. Roper). Forging Educational Partnerships That Advance Student Learning (. chroeder). Creating Inclusive Communities, Johnetta Cross Brazzell (. eisser)
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I believe this book will become a standard reference for student affairs professionals, both old and ne. . GREGORY S. BLIMLING was cochair of the Principles of Good Practice Study Group that drafted the joint ACPA/NASPA document
I believe this book will become a standard reference for student affairs professionals, both old and ne. (Arthur Sandeen, vice president for student affairs, University of Florida). A well-written, timely book that is very much needed by the profession. BLIMLING was cochair of the Principles of Good Practice Study Group that drafted the joint ACPA/NASPA document.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Good Practice in Student Affairs . ELIZABETH J. WHITT was cochair of the Principles of Good Practice Study Group.
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Sponsored by American College Personnel Association and National Association of Student Personnel AdministratorsGood Practice in Student Affairs expands on ke.Good Practice in Student Affairs : Principles to Foster Student Learning. by Gregory S. Blimling and Elizabeth J Whitt. The principles are all very easy to relate to and serve as a great structure for a practicum experience.
Good Practice in Student Affairs: Principles to Foster Student Learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1999. New Perspectives for Student Affairs Professionals: Evolving Realities, Responsibilities, and Roles. Implications for practitioners and graduate preparation programs are discussed.
Student affairs lacks a comparable statement of good practice. Good practice in student affairs engages students in active learning. If we are to collaborate with others in higher education to advance student learning, we need clear and concise guidelines for how to proceed. This document - Principles of Good Practice for Student Affairs - is intended to provide those guidelines. Active learning invites students to bring their life experiences into the learning process, reflect on their own and others' perspectives as they expand their viewpoints, and apply new understandings to their own lives.