2. Session Goals
• Collaborate with colleagues to inform your Bonner
meeting planning and curriculum.
• Apply SOAR framework to guide your calendar analysis.
• Brainstorm resources and tools to assess student
4. Reflective Discussion
How do you feel about the effectiveness of your current Bonner
Meetings in supporting student learning?
According to you, what knowledge, skills, or values do Bonner
students need to develop as a justice-oriented community
What are your 1-2 key strategies, topics, or changes to support
students’ developmental journey as justice-oriented community
9. Meeting Structure
The Bonner Program has a meeting structure with adequate time (from 15-20% of total hours, at a frequency of two
meeting per month or more by class) for effective learning and program management.
Level 3 = 15%
Level 4 = 54%
Level 5 = 30%
Level 2 = 2%
11. Developmental Pathway
The Bonner student developmental framework is integrated and implemented throughout the program, including with an
intentional education, training, and reflection calendar by class year. Students are aware of and engaged in the student
developmental framework and have an understanding of what knowledge areas, skills, and habits they are developing.
Level 3 = 54%
Level 4 = 32%
Level 5 = 7%
Level 2 = 7%
12. Types of Meetings
• All Bonner Meeting (at least once a month)
• Opportunities for DD, Common
Commitments, Current events
• Cohort-Meetings (at least four per semester)
• 1:1 Meetings (at least once a semester)
• Cornerstone Activities
• FY Orientation
• Fall Retreat, Winter Retreat
• Senior Presentation of Learning
• *FY Service-Trip
• *Sophomore Exchange
13. Meetings Calendar
The Bonner Program has a clear calendar designed to support student learning and engagement, with a developmental progression of topics
across the four years.
Level 3 = 10%
Level 4 = 55%
Level 5 = 13%
Level 2 = 17%
Level 1 = 5%
19. Internal External
What are you proud of?
What partnerships will lead to
What do you want to achieve?
What resources or tools will help
you get there?
OR What is Working Well?
20. SOAR Stations
• Station 1: First Year & Second Year
• Station 2: Third Year
• Station 3: Fourth Year
• Station 4: Bonner Leadership Team Roles
How do you feel about next steps?
What would you like to take back from this conversation (ideas,
What are 1-2 feasible steps you will take to manage this aspect
of the program?