Student Development and Outcomes

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The bulk of new learning in the College of Student Affairs program occurred for me in this outcome area.  As a lifelong educator, my understanding of the influence that development has on student learning and development is keen.  While I brought a vast array of professional competencies to my graduate education, I recognized that my knowledge of the development and identity development of young adults was sorely lacking.  To this end I focused many of my course assignments and projects on applying student development theory to create effective educational interventions for students.  The title below is a link to my Capstone presentation which highlights my learning throughout the program related to Student Development and Outcomes. 


Developing Conversations Revised.pptx


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