Learning Partnerships: Theory and Models of Practice to Educate for Self-authorship

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Stylus Publishing, LLC., 2004 - Education - 342 pages
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"Those interested in strengthening the ties between theory and practice and between faculty and student affairs can find inspiration here. Those committed to developing the co-curriculum to promote self-authorship will have a better sense of how to do that."--Journal of College Student Development
 

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Contents

SELFAUTHORSHIP AS THE COMMON GOAL OF 21STCENTURY EDUCATION
1
LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS MODEL A FRAMEWORK FOR PROMOTING SELFAUTHORSHIP
37
PROMOTING SELFAUTHORSHIP THROUGH AN INTERDISCIPLINARY WRITING CURRICULUM
63
CREATING A CONTEXT TO PROMOTE DIVERSITY EDUCATION AND SELFAUTHORSHIP AMONG COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS
91
AN URBAN LEADERSHIP INTERNSHIP PROGRAM IMPLEMENTING LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS UNPLUGGED FROM CAMPUS STRUCTU...
125
A LEARNING PARTNERSHIP US COLLEGE STUDENTS AND THE POOR IN EL SALVADOR
151
COMMUNITY STANDARDS MODEL DEVELOPING LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS IN CAMPUS HOUSING
185
A COMMUNITY OF SCHOLARS ENACTING THE LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS MODEL IN GRADUATE EDUCATION
213
THE LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS MODEL FRAMING FACULTY AND INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
245
ORGANIZING FOR LEARNING IN A DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS
269
CREATING LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS IN HIGHER EDUCATION MODELING THE SHAPE SHAPING THE MODEL
303
INDEX
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Marcia Baxter Magolda is Professor of Educational Leadership at Miami University, Ohio; a two-time winner of American College Personnel Association awards for outstanding research; and has served on the editorial boards of About Campus, the Journal of College Student Development, The Review of Higher Education, and the American Educational Research Journal. Patricia M. King is Professor, Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education, University of Michigan.

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