The following cross-post comes from the AMAZING, INCOMPARABLE Marci Walton. Marci and I recently collaborated with Josie Ahlquist and Renee Piquette Dowdy in presenting a session at the 2015 NASPA convention on blogging in higher education in student affairs. She’s great people. Follow Marci on twitter. Originally posted at MarciWalton.com: Closing is upon us. The time of year when you go cross-eyed from paperwork, wonder if your student staff have been listening to you whatsoever, and brace yourself for nasty rooms. Any time you try to get thousands of people to do… Read More
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The following is a resource list of presentations I’ve found around the web that are related to implementing a residential curriculum. Many of these appear to be internal presentations, but you may find them useful in understanding how to enact the model on your own campus. Some of the presentations found on the web labeled “residential curriculum” but are not truly examples of the model. I have vetted the following to only include those presentations that are largely in line with what ACPA’s Residential Curriculum Institute teaches. Be cautioned that these presentations only capture a small portion of the… Read More
When thinking about my own experience in developing a residential curriculum, I’m reminded of a wordsmithing session I had with some colleagues. We were attempting to set some broad learning goals for our curriculum and we wanted to ensure that our language encouraged critical reflection but also allowed for a diversity of viewpoints. It took us a while, but there was one phrase we finally settled on: “Students will be able to act from an internal coherent ethical belief system.” This original formulation was mine and I chose my words carefully. I chose “internal”… Read More