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Developing Co-Curricular Paths from the Ground Up

Co-curricular experiences are intended to be an extension of the academic learning experience. Measuring and documenting that learning can be beneficial for students and program development. This session outlines a framework to help you strategize your approach to planning, building, and implementing a successful co-curricular program at your institution.

Featured in this presentation was a quote about how student learning is the result of many experiences over time as opposed to discrete experiences. This quote comes from “The Role of Student Affairs in Student Learning Assessment” written by John H. Schuh and Ann M. Gansemer-Topf and was published by the National Institute for Learning Outcomes and Assessment. You can read more here.

This webinar is designed for campuses considering or beginning the development of a co-curriculum. Ideal attendees include Student Affairs program coordinators, staff or faculty providing oversight to co-curricular programs, and senior student affairs officers.

Presented By:

  • Photo of Siobhan May

    Siobhan May

    Consultant, Campus Success

    Campus Labs

    plus

Developing Co-Curricular Paths from the Ground Up

Overview

Co-curricular experiences are intended to be an extension of the academic learning experience. Measuring and documenting that learning can be beneficial for students and program development. This session outlines a framework to help you strategize your approach to planning, building, and implementing a successful co-curricular program at your institution.

Featured in this presentation was a quote about how student learning is the result of many experiences over time as opposed to discrete experiences. This quote comes from “The Role of Student Affairs in Student Learning Assessment” written by John H. Schuh and Ann M. Gansemer-Topf and was published by the National Institute for Learning Outcomes and Assessment. You can read more here.

This webinar is designed for campuses considering or beginning the development of a co-curriculum. Ideal attendees include Student Affairs program coordinators, staff or faculty providing oversight to co-curricular programs, and senior student affairs officers.

Presented By

  • Photo of Siobhan May

    Siobhan May

    Consultant, Campus Success

    Campus Labs

    plus

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