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作者 Benjamin, Mimi
書名 Learning Communities from Start to Finish : New Directions for Student Services, Number 149
出版項 Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2015
國際標準書號 9781119065203 (electronic bk.)
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說明 1 online resource (115 pages)
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系列 J-B SS Single Issue Student Services Ser
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附註 Intro -- Learning Communities from Start to Finish -- CONTENTS -- EDITOR'S NOTES -- References -- 1 A History of Learning Communities Within American Higher Education -- "Oxbridge" Residential College Model -- Foundational Reformers in the 20th Century -- Learning Community Innovation Amid Post-WWII Expansion -- Tussman's Learning Community at Berkeley -- Early Learning Community Initiatives -- Evergreen State College -- The Late 20th Century and the Era of Accountability in Higher Education -- Learning Communities as a Reform Effort -- Types of Learning Communities -- The Next Crossroad: Online and Technology-Infused Education -- Conclusion -- References -- 2 Theoretical Foundations of Learning Communities -- Historic Theoretical Roots of Learning Communities -- Theoretical and Research Support for Learning Communities -- Astin's Involvement Theory -- Tinto's Departure Theory -- Interdisciplinary Studies -- Learning Communities as a High-Impact Practice and Other Relevant Research -- Online Learning Communities -- Contemporary Frameworks for Conceptualizing and Assessing Learning Communities-Ecology Theory -- Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Systems Theory -- Moos's Social-Ecological Framework -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 With Educational Benefits for All: Campus Inclusion Through Learning Communities Designed for Underserved Student Populations -- An "Equity-Minded" Approach to Learning Communities -- Relevant Literature on Inclusive Learning Community Practices -- Core Practices of Inclusive Learning Communities -- Using Population-Specific Theory and Research to Inform Practice. -- Fostering Students' Bond to Each Other and Sense of Belonging to the Institution -- Engaging Students as Active Learners in the Campus Community. -- Creating a Positive Message of Achievement and Change
Advocating on Behalf of the Student Constituency Toward Systemic Improvement Throughout the Institution -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 Aligning Needs, Expectations, and Learning Outcomes to Sustain Self-Efficacy Through Transfer Learning Community Programs -- Literature Review -- Conceptual Framework -- Method -- Participants -- Procedures -- Results -- Academic Enhancement -- Social Acclimation -- Career Development -- Discussion -- Limitations -- Implications for Future Research and Practice -- References -- 5 Utilizing Online Learning Communities in Student Affairs -- Defining and Describing Online Learning Communities -- Designing Online Learning Communities -- Learning Design -- Online Communication and Trust Building -- Interactive Technologies -- Benefits of Online Learning Communities in Student Affairs -- Establishing a Sense of Community -- Enhancing Student Learning -- Professional Online Learning Communities -- Conclusion -- References -- 6 Utilizing Peer Mentor Roles in Learning Communities -- What Are Peer Mentors? -- Why Are Peer Mentors Valuable? -- General Peer Mentor Roles -- Getting Engaged in Mentoring Students (GEMS) at Saint Peter's University -- Commuter and Transfer Assistants at Drexel University -- Peer Mentors at Paradise Valley Community College -- Academic Success Mentors at Indiana University of Pennsylvania -- Learning Community Peer Mentor Programs -- Peer Mentors at Wayne State University -- Peer Mentors at East Tennessee State University -- Mount Leadership Society Scholars at Ohio State University -- Important Elements in Peer Mentor Positions -- Qualifications -- Responsibilities and Expectations -- Conclusion -- References -- 7 Assessing the "Learning" in Learning Communities -- Program for Women in Science and Engineering: An Example of Measuring the Learning in a Learning Community
Program for Women in Science and Engineering Description -- Creation and Implementation of Outcomes -- Weekly Submissions From Peer Mentors -- Pretest Survey -- Posttest Survey -- Adjusting the Outcomes -- Assessment Lessons Learned -- Conclusion -- References -- 8 Learning Community Literature: Annotated Bibliography -- Annotated Bibliography -- INDEX -- Other Titles -- Order Form -- EULA
While the phrase "learning communities" has various definitions, at the heart of all programs is the goal of enhancing the student learning experience in the community of others. This volume provides valuable information about learning communities--from start to finish--including: historical and theoretical foundations that guide these programs, structures of learning communities that provide varied opportunities for student participation, with a focus on specific student populations who may benefit from learning community experiences, and elements of staffing and assessment, as well as an annotated bibliography of recent learning community literature. The authors consider critical elements of learning community programs and offer recommendations and options for faculty and staff who work with, or hope to work with, this particular curricular and cocurricular learning structure. This the 149th volume of this Jossey-Bass higher education quarterly series. An indispensable resource for vice presidents of student affairs, deans of students, student counselors, and other student services professionals, New Directions for Student Services offers guidelines and programs for aiding students in their total development: emotional, social, physical, and intellectual
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Benjamin, Mimi Learning Communities from Start to Finish : New Directions for Student Services, Number 149 Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2015 9781119065111
主題 Professional learning communities.;Team learning approach in education -- United States.;College teaching -- United States.;Group work in education -- United States
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