How to Track and Assesses Intentional Conversations for a Residential Curriculum

Don’t Be Creepy: Training Student Staff For Genuine Intentional Conversations

Developing an Intentional Conversation Curriculum Guide for Student Staff

21 Examples of Learning Priority Statements for a Residential Curriculum

    One of the first steps in implementing a curricular approach in the residence halls is to articulate an educational priority. Educational priorities are written statements, typically 1-3 sentences, that describe the overall mission or objective of a curriculum. These priorities should be grounded in research and scholarship as well as the institutional context of the department or division implementing the curriculum. Below you will find examples of different educational priority statements from a number of institutions. These were collected through a public web search and compiled here for easy reference…. Read More

8 Apps and Ideas For Integrating Social and Digital Tech Into Your #RATraining

Integrating digital and social media tools into RA training programs can be an exciting and innovative way to hold your RAs’ attention. Below are some useful sites, apps, and services that you can use and some examples of how to use them. Have other ideas?