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EDU 654

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Historical Perspective. Based on the historical perspectives on student development, offer a justified definition for student development and a description of how the definition is grounded in the historical evolution of the student development movement. Does your own understanding of student dev..
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Critical Paradigms. Evans et al (2010) noted that foundational student development theories have continued to shift over time. In spite of these paradigmatic shifts, student affairs principles have remained grounded in common tenets for more than 70 years. A tenet is a belief or supposition that ..
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Student Development Challenges to Persistence. Identify specific barriers to student 
persistence that could be the area of focus for your Final Project training assignment. Explain your choice and provide real-life examples. Discuss the related student development theory (or theories) that could..
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Life Stress and Student Development. Review the table of significant life events found under “Life Events” in Smith (2001) and offer your reflections as to how one of the life events listed in the table can cause a significant readjustment period within student development. Provide an example fro..
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Student Development Philosophy. Be sure to read the instructions for the Final Project prior to starting the Week Two written assignment, and assume the hypothetical role of a Student Affairs professional within a university setting. You have been asked by your supervisor to prepare a training se..
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Student Individual Identity Development. As Evans et al. (2010) noted, Chickering argued that the college environment has a tremendous influence over a college student’s development (Chickering, 1969; Chickering & Reiser, 1993). Select one of the key issues facing today’s college freshmen fro..
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Emergent Student Identities. As Evans et al. (2010) described, in the real-world application of several of the identity development theories, great care is needed by higher education leadership in the development of programs or services that support a college student’s evolving individual identit..
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Training Objective & Advisor Reading List. The Student Affairs department you presented in Week Two will serve as the setting for the academic advisor training session designed to focus on student individual identity development or student social identity development (see Final Project instru..
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Student Social Identity Development. Evans et al. (2010) noted that historically, college student development issues have mirrored the social constructs of the time. Select one of the key issues facing today’s college freshmen from the list below and use any social or socio-cultural identity theo..
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Social Media and Student Social Identity. Much has been studied and written in this decade on the influence of social media or networking on traditional-aged college students. Conduct an internet or library search and discuss one scholarly article that has addressed the relationship between socia..
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Student Development Principles Checklist. In Week One, you explored the historical literature that led to various tenets and principles that founded the contemporary field of student development.   In this assignment, your goal is to prepare a one-page student development principles ..
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Academic Advisor Training Syllabus. Project Scenario: Assume the hypothetical role of a Student Affairs professional within a university setting. You have been asked by your supervisor to prepare one 50-minute training session for a new team of academic advisors, who will be hired and onsite by t..
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Student Affairs as Student Support. Evans et al. (2010) advocated that Transition 
Theory should be used for ongoing support and intervention, especially for graduate learners, but cautioned against “pigeon-holing” student support systems solely based on Schlossberg et al. (1989) or other single ..
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Student as Self. For this discussion, draw on your own experiences as a graduate learner and reflect on the various support relationships that have been important to your own academic success. What are the roles you consider critical to your own progression within a graduate program, especially a..
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The Student Affairs Professional. As Evans et al. (2010) states, “Models designed to 
connect theory to practice can be helpful in the intentional structuring of programs and interventions to facilitate student development” (p. 353). Using one of the models presented in the text or one that you h..
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Student Affairs Professional Practice. Since time is a premium commodity for Student Affairs professionals, setting aside time for reflection may be a luxury. However, it is essential that time is scheduled for reflection when bringing student development theory to a professional practice. In thi..
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