Using Lizzio’s ‘Five Senses’ to Shape Residents’ First Year Experience - Daryl Nauman, Matt Harris, Dimple Savla - SASSY 2014
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Presented at the 2014 Student Affairs and Services Symposium at York University. …
Presented at the 2014 Student Affairs and Services Symposium at York University.
Lizzio’s ‘Five Senses’ to Shape Residents’ First Year Experience. In the Spring of 2013, York’s Residence Life program shifted their student development framework to that of
Alf Lizzio’s (2006) “Five Senses of Successful Transition” focusing on the importance of positive transition and the First Year Experience. This shift strengthened our theoretical base, complimented the Division’s strategic plan, and allowed us to achieve outcomes that we strive for through residence programming. Using Lizzio’s Senses, as well as ACUHO-I and CAS Standards, we developed a student experience model that is institutionally-relevant, theory-based, and assessable. In this session participants will learn about York’s strategy, and gain relevant ideas for their departments.