Those in student affairs often face the challenge of explaining their work to others. Their counterparts in academic affairs often have serious misconceptions regarding student affairs. Such misunderstandings can characterize student affairs as a different from or even a hindrance to learning. Student affairs has to ready themselves rebut these threatening myths. In the recent book, "Contested Issues in Student Affairs," Marcia Baxter Magolda and Peter Magolda pose the question, "How does the perception that learning takes place exclusively in the classroom persist?"
Our expert speaker, Dr. Adam Peck, has been at the forefront of a national movement to design and measure learning experiences that focus on building career competencies into a wide variety of co-curricular experiences. He is the principle investigator of the Project CEO national study which has been completed by more than 16,000 college students. In this webinar, he will be providing you with the practical applications for this work and enlighten you with this research through the course of this session. This session will help you to convey your own personal student learning story to others and present evidence of student learning outside of the classroom.
Who should attend?
Dr. Adam Peck
Dr. Adam Peck serves as Assistant Vice President and Dean of Student Affairs at Stephen F. Austin State University. Additionally, he is a consultant/trainer who specializing in making assessment relatable to staff with a wide variety of backgrounds. ... More info