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Identity and the adult student

Catherine E. Cesaro

Identity and the adult student

an assessment of Arthur Chickering"s fourth vector

by Catherine E. Cesaro

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chickering, Arthur W., -- 1927-,
  • Adult education -- United States -- Evaluation.,
  • Education, Higher -- United States -- Evaluation.,
  • Educational sociology.,
  • Identity (Psychology)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Catherine E. Cesaro.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 48 leaves ;
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13574410M

    Presenting an original and transformative model to address day-to-day challenges, this book gives practitioners a strategic approach to engage in self-work, identity exploration, relationship building, consciousness raising, trust development, and organizational change, ultimately helping them become more adept at supervising people from a.   Grounded by a national study on student activism and the authors’ combined 40 years of experience working in higher education, Identity-Based Student Activism uses a critical, power-conscious lens to unpack the history of identity-based activism, relationships between activists and administrators, and student activism as labor. This book Author: Stephen John Quaye.

      A few of these titles land in that in-between zone of middle grade and young adult, so they’d be best suited for more advanced middle grade readers. Omitted from this list are books in a series that aren’t the first, like the fourth book in Rick Riordan’s “Heroes of Olympus” series, The House of Hades. Student-peer and student-teacher interactions assume significance as students navigate norms and determine how to respond at institutional and individual levels. Skerrett’s () case study, grounded in theories of identity as socially constructed and positional, explored the reading development of Angelica, a year-old Latina.

    This consumable, full-color workbook for students to use in a school setting presents catechetical lessons while integrating prayer, liturgy, retreats, and a focus on Catholic identity and social teaching. The Student Edition also includes a take-home . Bring these stories and questions about identity to your students with a flipped classroom exercise featuring one of the clips from the resource in which we look at one of Sholem Aleichem's short stories about a community in the midst of an identity crisis.


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