Learning Through Supervised Practice in Student Affairs

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Psychology Press, 2002 - Education - 215 pages
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Developed for use by graduate students preparing for careers in higher education administration who are enrolled in practicum and internship courses in higher education administration or student affairs programs.
 

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Contents

Structure and Design ol the Supervised Prartice Experience
35
Relationships That Support Learning
65
Application ol Theory in the Supervised Prartice Experience
97
Legal and Ethical Issues
133
Evaluating the Supervised Prartice Experience
153
Skills Analysis Survey lor Graduate Students in Higher Education
171
Supervisors Relationship Expectations Inventory
185
Selected Resources to Assist in Understanding Theories Covered
187
Appendix G Ending the Internship Experience Questionnaire
203
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Diane L. Cooper, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor and Coordinator of the College Student Affairs Administration Program at the University of Georgia. Sue A. Saunders, Ph.D., is Dean of Student Affairs at Lycoming College. Roger B. Winston, Jr., Ph.D., is Professor of College Student Affairs Administration at the University of Georgia. Joan B. Hirt, Ph.D., is Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Don G. Creamer, Ed.D., is Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs and Director of the Educational Policy Institute at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Steven M. Janosik, Ed.D., is Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and Co-Director of the Educational Policy Institute at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

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