Dept learning area retreat

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Dept learning area retreat

  1. 1. + Creating Department Learning Areas Amber Garrison Duncan University of Oregon | Division of Student Affairs
  2. 2. + Welcome and Agenda  Review of Materials  Intersection Between Department Mission and Learning Domains  Brainstorm Learning Areas  Lunch and Self Care  Theoretical Underpinning of Learning Areas Explored  Theoretical Underpinning Defined and Begin Outcomes
  3. 3. + Review: Steps to Defining Department Outcomes 1. What division learning domains intersect with your department mission? 2. Under the domain(s), what do you do aspire to teach students? 3. Create department outcome areas. 4. Define what theories you use to teach in outcome areas. 5. Create shared department understanding of learning outcome area based on theory.
  4. 4. Review: Aligning Institutional Mission Student Affairs Mission Department Mission Department Assessment and Planning Cycle Outcomes Occurring at Every Level
  5. 5. + Review: Guiding Frameworks  Institutional  Student Affairs  Housing  Department
  6. 6. +Department Mission
  7. 7. Continuum of Student Experience Living Residence Dorm Learning Hall Community Retention Retention, Engagement Retention, Engagement Student Learning
  8. 8. Student Affairs Learning Domains Leadership Development Healthy and Successful Civic and Global Lifestyles Engagement Multicultural Sustainability/Stewardshi Living Experience p Learning Community Retention, Engagement Student Learning
  9. 9. + Intersection of Learning Domains and Department Mission Institution Division Department
  10. 10. + Living Learning Community  Whatdo students need to learn to be in a Living Learning Community?  What do students need to learn to form and participate in Living Learning Communities?  What do we teach?
  11. 11. + Theory, Practice, Theory Practice Theory Theory  Without theory, practice is but routine born of habit. ~ Louis Pasteur
  12. 12. + Learning Areas and Theory  Small Groups  Identify and discuss theoretical frames  Select one to two theories that represent the theoretical frame for the learning area  Write a paragraph that describes the theory  Begin to write department outcomes for the learning area

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