Richard P. Keeling, Editor
More than 10,000 copies of Learning Reconsidered: A Campus-Wide Focus on the Student Experience are in circulation on college and university campuses worldwide. The publication has been used as an invitation from student affairs educators to their colleagues in other sectors of their institutions to engage in dialogue and planning for institution-wide student learning outcomes. It has become a frequent focus of professional development programs and workshops, and is the topic of many student affairs presentations.
Learning Reconsidered 2: Implementing a Campus- Wide Focus on the Student Experience is a blueprint for action. It shows how to create the dialogue, tools, and materials necessary to put into practice the recommendations in Learning Reconsidered. This companion book brings together new authors, discipline-specific examples, and models for applying the theories in the original publication to move beyond traditional ideas of separate learning inside and outside the classroom.
Co-sponsored by ACPA – College Student Educators International; Association of College and University Housing Officers–International; Association of College Unions International; National Academic Advising Association; National Association for Campus Activities; National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association
Paperback | 2006 | 88 pages