Understanding and Applying Cognitive Development Theory: New Directions for Student Services, Number 88

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 17, 1999 - Education - 107 pages
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Creating learning environments and learning experiences for students is one of the primary purposes of student services. Student services professionals need to have a solid understanding of the cognitive development of college students in order to design activities that will enhance that development. This issue of New Directions for Student Services reviews five theories of the cognitive development of college students and explores the applications of those theories for student affairs practice. The theories shed light on gender-related patterns of knowing and reasoning; interpersonal, cultural, and emotional influences on cognitive development; and people's methods of approaching complex issues and defending what they believe.

This is the 88th issue of the quarterly journals New Directions for Student Services.
 

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Contents

AUTHORS NOTES
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Womens Ways of Knowing
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King and Kitcheners Reflective Judgment Model
41
This chapter provides an overview of the research linking cognitive
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This chapter synthesizes the theories provides a method for intentional
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PATRICK G. LOVE is associate professor and coordinator of the master's degree program in higher education and student personnel at Kent State University.

VICTORIA L. GUTHRIE is assistant professor of higher education and student personnel leadership at Ohio University.

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