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6a Pandemacademia: Sustaining Programs In Times Of Crisis, Roberta D. Kjesrud 2021 Western Washington University

6a Pandemacademia: Sustaining Programs In Times Of Crisis, Roberta D. Kjesrud

Learning Enhanced: Studio Practices for Engaged Inclusivity

Re-envisions academic support services in crisis conditions


6 Value Added: Mergers To Increase Learning, Roberta D. Kjesrud, Sarah McDaniel 2021 Western Washington University

6 Value Added: Mergers To Increase Learning, Roberta D. Kjesrud, Sarah Mcdaniel

Learning Enhanced: Studio Practices for Engaged Inclusivity

Explains how economic and demographic pressures urgently create the need for increasing value in higher education institutions


5a Holding Space In Consultations, Ally Duvall 2021 Western Washington University

5a Holding Space In Consultations, Ally Duvall

Learning Enhanced: Studio Practices for Engaged Inclusivity

Presents a choose-your-own-adventure approach to outcomes


5 Using Assessment To Prompt Innovation, Roberta D. Kjesrud 2021 Western Washington University

5 Using Assessment To Prompt Innovation, Roberta D. Kjesrud

Learning Enhanced: Studio Practices for Engaged Inclusivity

Suggests assessment principles for innovation and improving learning


4d Unconstrained By Space And Time: Creating A Choice-Rich Virtual Studio, Pippa Hemsley 2021 Western Washington University

4d Unconstrained By Space And Time: Creating A Choice-Rich Virtual Studio, Pippa Hemsley

Learning Enhanced: Studio Practices for Engaged Inclusivity

Offers a vision (and pragmatic tools) for creating a virtual place congruent with physical studios; includes video demonstrations


4c From Black Hole To Mission Control: Study Space Exploration, Evangeline Schmitt 2021 Western Washington University

4c From Black Hole To Mission Control: Study Space Exploration, Evangeline Schmitt

Learning Enhanced: Studio Practices for Engaged Inclusivity

Explores strategies for creating productive physical and virtual study spaces


Preface To The Special Issue: Student Affairs At The State Comprehensive University, Phillip A. Olt 2021 Fort Hays State University

Preface To The Special Issue: Student Affairs At The State Comprehensive University, Phillip A. Olt

Teacher-Scholar: The Journal of the State Comprehensive University

In this special issue of Teacher-Scholar: The Journal of the State Comprehensive University, authors are encouraged to submit original manuscripts based on new data collection and/or analysis that investigate student affairs within the context of the state comprehensive university. For the purposes of this special issue, “student affairs” is defined broadly and does not exclude specific divisions of practice (ex. academic advising); rather, it may include anything that extends beyond the standard curriculum of academia in order to develop the whole student. This may even include coursework wherein it is oriented toward the student affairs mission (ex. freshman orientation ...


4b Welcome To Your Place: The Inclusive Power Of Greetings, Kellyn Wolden 2021 Western Washington University

4b Welcome To Your Place: The Inclusive Power Of Greetings, Kellyn Wolden

Learning Enhanced: Studio Practices for Engaged Inclusivity

Shows how tailored greetings invite visitors into an inclusive learning community


4a Make Space, Wyatt Heimbichner Goebel 2021 Western Washington University

4a Make Space, Wyatt Heimbichner Goebel

Learning Enhanced: Studio Practices for Engaged Inclusivity

Represents the Hacherl Studio space in poetry


National Numeracy Network Officers And Board Of Directors, Milo Schield 2021 Augsburg University

National Numeracy Network Officers And Board Of Directors, Milo Schield

Numeracy

National Numeracy Network Officers and Board of Directors in the year 2020.


4 Placemaking Through Learner-Based Design, Roberta D. Kjesrud 2021 Western Washington University

4 Placemaking Through Learner-Based Design, Roberta D. Kjesrud

Learning Enhanced: Studio Practices for Engaged Inclusivity

Offers philosophies of place, thirdspace, non-place, and not-your-place that inform suggested design principles


3a Modeling Ecology, Wyatt Heimbichner Goebel 2021 Western Washington University

3a Modeling Ecology, Wyatt Heimbichner Goebel

Learning Enhanced: Studio Practices for Engaged Inclusivity

Presents a biologist-poet’s mind map of a literacies ecology


3 Academic Literacies As Ecology, Roberta D. Kjesrud 2021 Western Washington University

3 Academic Literacies As Ecology, Roberta D. Kjesrud

Learning Enhanced: Studio Practices for Engaged Inclusivity

Explains a new paradigm uniting support for genetically related literacies


Pilot Assessment Plan: Intercultural And Global Learning, Amy Anderson, Sangita Gosalia, Zoe Krzywda, Kelly Trail, Kelly Bohrer 2021 University of Dayton

Pilot Assessment Plan: Intercultural And Global Learning, Amy Anderson, Sangita Gosalia, Zoe Krzywda, Kelly Trail, Kelly Bohrer

Learning and Teaching Forum

During the 2019-2020 academic year, this project team reviewed tools for intercultural and global learning and assessment. Our objective was to consider opportunities to support student growth and development and assess student learning at the program and/or institutional levels. We looked at some instruments we currently use, along with several others. In addition, we reviewed several content platforms that support student learning. While each had its pros and cons, we identified three tools for a pilot:

  • Assessment - The Global Engagement Survey
  • Content platform - Solidarity Modules
  • Content platform - Global Competency Certificate

Participants will have the opportunity to learn more about ...


Global Learning Academy: A New Model, Kelly Trail, Zoe Krzywda, Erin Gahimer, Tom Morgan, Sam Ortiz 2021 University of Dayton

Global Learning Academy: A New Model, Kelly Trail, Zoe Krzywda, Erin Gahimer, Tom Morgan, Sam Ortiz

Learning and Teaching Forum

The Global Learning Academy is an innovative global and intercultural learning program that combines online courses with a two-week theme-based field experience at key international, U.S., and local/virtual locations. Much like higher education in general, education abroad and international education were turned upside down with the pandemic. In response, we have developed a creative new model that will allow us to meet some of our long-standing priorities around access for a changing student population; interdisciplinary learning on critical global themes; integration with existing academic programs; and flexibility and adaptability in uncertain times. We will share plans for this ...


Exploring Vocation In Uncertain Times: Finding Meaning In A World Of Ambiguity, Adrienne Ausdenmoore 2021 University of Dayton

Exploring Vocation In Uncertain Times: Finding Meaning In A World Of Ambiguity, Adrienne Ausdenmoore

Learning and Teaching Forum

2020 has been a year of disruption. We have all faced new challenges in our lives and careers that are enough to make us question our priorities and sense of purpose, and the future presents many unknowns. How can we use this time as an opportunity to revisit our own vocational journey? And when students look to us for guidance, are we willing to admit that we don’t have it all figured out? Join this interactive session to explore the ways we teach and learn with our students to be adaptable and resilient in an ever-changing world.


Educating The Educators: Leaning In To Diversity, Equity And Inclusion In The Age Of Zoom, Tiffany Taylor Smith, Leslie H. Picca 2021 University of Dayton

Educating The Educators: Leaning In To Diversity, Equity And Inclusion In The Age Of Zoom, Tiffany Taylor Smith, Leslie H. Picca

Learning and Teaching Forum

In this session, we share our experiences and best practices in discussing issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion (e.g., systemic racism, intersectionality) in a completely remote setting. We discuss our experiences in "educating the educators" in offering Inclusive Excellence Academy (IEA) sessions, presentations to various units across campus, as well as participating in the "Equity Now!" training sessions through the University of Southern California. In this session, participants may share the opportunities and challenges in educating for DE&I in the age of Zoom.


Remote Community Engagement In The Time Of Covid-19, A Surging Racial Justice Movement, Wildfires, And An Election Year, Merith Weisman 2021 Sonoma State University

Remote Community Engagement In The Time Of Covid-19, A Surging Racial Justice Movement, Wildfires, And An Election Year, Merith Weisman

Higher Learning Research Communications

Due to wildfires in fall of 2019 and the COVID-19 pandemic in spring of 2020, Sonoma State University lost 50 service-learning courses, and as a result, almost 900 fewer students completed a service-learning course than the previous year. During the summer of 2020, the Center for Community Engagement began developing service-learning projects that were designed to be done remotely and address either COVID-19 or engage students with involvement in the fall 2020 election. Later, opportunities to address racial injustice and the wildfires were integrated. The opportunities described require active participation but remotely within the community; however, it is possible that ...


2c The “No Stakes Agenda”: A Unique Approach To Equity, Rachel Myers 2021 Western Washington University

2c The “No Stakes Agenda”: A Unique Approach To Equity, Rachel Myers

Learning Enhanced: Studio Practices for Engaged Inclusivity

Outlines a do-able approach to avoiding sending not-your-place messages


2b Channeling Dr. Frankenstein: Personalizing Strategies, Leah Robinson 2021 Western Washington University

2b Channeling Dr. Frankenstein: Personalizing Strategies, Leah Robinson

Learning Enhanced: Studio Practices for Engaged Inclusivity

Offers a rationale and method for personalizing strategies based on visitors’ strengths


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