Research indicates that active involvement is the most fundamental and most powerful principle of human learning and college success (Astin, 1993)
Durham, NC (PRWEB) January 05, 2016
Besides the quality of the classroom and curriculum instruction, students’ academic success and individual development depends on Student Development Services also known as Student Affair, which is a major educational unit or division of college. When this important student-service division combine with instructional faculty interface, a combined effect is likely to be applied on student development and learning, maximizing the quality and effect of college experience.
It has been a long known fact among student development professionals that the success of a college’s student development program is contingent upon collaborative relations between the faculty and the student affairs staff. In order to maximize students’ development in college, students need to go through integration of the co-curriculum and curriculum. Both student affairs and academic affairs professionals require each other to acquire their respective educational goals and dreams. It is important that the professional forces of student and academic affairs come together to successfully promote student graduation and retention rates.
In order to identify a common language of student learning and student success that can be used across the curriculum and co-curriculum, AudioSolutionz is presenting a webinar titled “Building Bridges between the Curriculum and Co-Curriculum: Promoting Partnerships between Academic & Student Affairs” with expert speaker Joe Cuseo, who holds a doctoral degree in Educational Psychology and Assessment from the University of Iowa and is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Marymount College (California) – where for more than 25 years he directed the first-year seminar, a core course required of all new students.
The training session will provide participants knowledge and practical tools to implement the tenet that student success is promoted through an intentional integration of curricular and co-curricular efforts.
For more information visit: https://www.audiosolutionz.com/education/bridge-curriculum-cocurriculum-student-affairs.html
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About Joe Cuseo
Joe Cuseo holds a doctoral degree in Educational Psychology and Assessment from the University of Iowa and is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Marymount College (California)-where for more than 25 years he directed the first-year seminar-a core course required of all new students. He is a 14-time recipient of the 'faculty member of the year award' on his home campus-a student-driven award based on effective teaching and academic advising, a recipient of the 'Outstanding First-Year Student Advocate Award' from the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, and a recipient of the 'Diamond Honoree Award' from the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) for contributions made to student development and the Student Affairs profession. Currently, Joe serves as an educational advisor and consultant for AVID-a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the college access and success of underserved student populations.
Joe has delivered hundreds of campus workshops and conference presentations across North America, as well as Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East. He's authored articles, monographs, and books on effective teaching, advising, student retention and student success, the most recent of which are: 'Thriving in College and Beyond: Research-Based Strategies for Academic Success & Personal Development,' 'Humanity, Diversity, & The Liberal Arts: The Foundation of a College Education' and 'Peer-to-Peer Leadership: Transforming Student Culture.'