Powerful Partnerships: How Student Life & Leadership Co
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Powerful Partnerships: How Student Life & Leadership Collaborates with Faculty to Engage Critical Thinking in Our Students
Coordinator, Student Life & Leadership, Tarpon Springs
Advisor, Student Government Association, Tarpon Springs
Adjunct Faculty, Communications DepartmentSlide2
Good practice in student affairs engages students in active learning.
Opportunities include experiential learning such as:Student governmentCollective decision making on educational issuesField-based learning such as internshipsPeer instructionCommunity serviceInternational studySlide3
Good practice in student affairs helps students develop coherent values and ethical standards.
Good student affairs practice provides opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and student affairs educators to demonstrate the values that define a learning community. Effective learning communities are committed to justice, honesty, equality, civility, freedom, dignity, and responsible citizenship.Slide4
Good practice in student affairs sets and communicates high expectations for learning.
Expectations should address the wide range of student behaviors associated with academic achievement, intellectual and psychosocial development, and individual and community responsibility.Slide5
Good practice in student affairs uses systematic inquiry to improve student and institutional performance.
Good practice in student affairs occurs when student affairs educators ask, "What are students learning from our programs and services, and how can their learning be enhanced?" Knowledge of and ability to analyze research about students and their learning are critical components of good student affairs practice.Slide6
Good practice in student affairs uses resources effectively to achieve institutional missions and goals.
Effective student affairs divisions are responsible stewards of their institutions' financial and human resources. They use principles of organizational planning to create and improve learning environments throughout the campus that emphasize institutions' desired educational outcomes for students.Slide7
Good practice in student affairs forges educational partnerships that advance student learning.
Partners for learning include students, faculty, academic administrators, staff, and others inside and outside the institution. Collaboration involves all aspects of the community in the development and implementation of institutional goals and reminds participants of their common commitment to students and their learning.Slide8
Good practice in student affairs builds supportive and inclusive communities.
Student learning occurs best in communities that value diversity, promote social responsibility, encourage discussion and debate, recognize accomplishments, and foster a sense of belonging among their members. Good student affairs practice cultivates supportive environments by encouraging connections between students, faculty, and student affairs practitioners.Slide9
, 201112:30 – 1:30pm, DC 210
Speakers: Jack Beary – political science instructorTim Murray – ethics instructorTara Newsom – social and behavioral sciences instructorAs part of constitution week, speakers will talk on the historical importance of the Constitution, John Locke’s ‘natural rights’, the controversial 3/5ths clause, and illuminating insights on the document and its impact.
An interactive trivia game filled with fascinating, fun facts about the Constitution will surprise, entertain and educate you!
Please join us for refreshments, awards and
complimentary pocket Constitutions.Slide11
SGA Elections & Constitution DayTarpon Springs 9/14/11Slide12
Advise a ClubSlide13
Facilitate or Co-Facilitate a ProgramSlide14
Utilize our Partners & Weave Their Resources into the Curriculum
We can help you set-up trips to museums, plays, movies…Slide15
Your Examples? Ideas?Slide16
Areas of Interest (forming club; facilitating program)Calendar of Events for Spring (for syllabi)Identify PartnershipsPlan a Visit to Your Student Life & Leadership Coordinator!Slide17Slide18Slide19Slide20Slide21