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kindle í Relationship Ï Rich Education read Í dcmdirect ç [PDF / Epub] ✅ Relationship-Rich Education: How Human Connections Drive Success in College Author Peter Felten – Dcmdirect.co.uk A mentor advisor or even a friend? Making connections in college makes all the differenceWhat single factorA mentor advisor or even a friend? Making connections in college makes all the differenceWhat single factor makes for an excellent college education? As it turns out it's pretty simple human relationships Decades of research demonstrate the transformative potential and the lasting legacies of a relationship rich college experience Critics suggest that to build connections with peers faculty staff and other mentors is expensive and only an option at elite institutions where instructors have the luxury of time with students But in this revelatory book brimming with the voices of students faculty and staff from across the country Peter Felten and Leo M Lambert argue that relationship rich environments can and should exist for all students at all types of institutions In Relationship Rich Education Felten and Lambert demonstrate that for relationships to be central in undergraduate education colleges and universities do not reuire immense resources privileged students or specially ualified faculty and staff All students learn best in an environment characterized by high expectation and high support and all faculty and staff can learn to teach and work in ways that enable relationship based education Emphasizing the centrality of the classroom experience to fostering uality relationships Felten and Lambert focus on students' influence in shaping the learning environment for their peers as well as the key difference a single well timed conversation can make in a student's life They also stress that relationship rich education is particularly important for first generation college students who bring significant capacities to college but often face long standing ineuities and barriers to attaining their educational aspirations Drawing on nearly 400 interviews with students faculty and staff at 29 higher education institutions across the country Relationship Rich Education provides readers with practical advice on how they can develop and sustain powerful relationship based learning in their own contexts Ultimately the book is an invitation―and a challenge―for faculty administrators and student life staff to move relationships from the periphery to the center of undergraduate education

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A mentor advisor or even a friend? Making connections in college makes all the differenceWhat single factor makes for an excellent college education? As it turns out it's pretty simple human relationships Decades of research demonstrate the transformative potential and the lasting legacies of a relationship rich college experience Critics suggest that to build connections with peers faculty staff and other mentors is expensive and only an option at elite institutions where instructors have the luxury of time with students But in this revelatory book brimming with the voices of students faculty and staff from across the country Peter Felten and Leo M Lambert argue that relationship rich environments can and should exist for all students at all types of institutions In Relationship Rich Education Felten and Lambert demonstrate that for relationships to be central in undergraduate education colleges and universities do not reuire immense resources privileged students or specially ualified faculty and staff All students learn best in an environment characterized by high expectation and high support and all faculty and staff can learn to teach and work in ways that enable relationship based education Emphasizing the centrality of the classroom experience to fostering uality relationships Felten and Lambert focus on students' influence in shaping the learning environment for their peers as well as the key difference a single well timed conversation can make in a student's life They also stress that relationship rich education is particularly important for first generation college students who bring significant capacities to college but often face long standing ineuities and barriers to attaining their educational aspirations Drawing on nearly 400 interviews with students faculty and staff at 29 higher education institutions across the country Relationship Rich Education provides readers with practical advice on how they can develop and sustain powerful relationship based learning in their own contexts Ultimately the book is an invitation―and a challenge―for faculty administrators and student life staff to move relationships from the periphery to the center of undergraduate education

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Relationship Rich Education How Human Connections Drive Success in CollegeA mentor advisor or even a friend? Making connections in college makes all the differenceWhat single factor makes for an excellent college education? As it turns out it's pretty simple human relationships Decades of research demonstrate the transformative potential and the lasting legacies of a relationship rich college experience Critics suggest that to build connections with peers faculty staff and other mentors is expensive and only an option at elite institutions where instructors have the luxury of time with students But in this revelatory book brimming with the voices of students faculty and staff from across the country Peter Felten and Leo M Lambert argue that relationship rich environments can and should exist for all students at all types of institutions In Relationship Rich Education Felten and Lambert demonstrate that for relationships to be central in undergraduate education colleges and universities do not reuire immense resources privileged students or specially ualified faculty and staff All students learn best in an environment characterized by high expectation and high support and all faculty and staff can learn to teach and work in ways that enable relationship based education Emphasizing the centrality of the classroom experience to fostering uality relationships Felten and Lambert focus on students' influence in shaping the learning environment for their peers as well as the key difference a single well timed conversation can make in a student's life They also stress that relationship rich education is particularly important for first generation college students who bring significant capacities to college but often face long standing ineuities and barriers to attaining their educational aspirations Drawing on nearly 400 interviews with students faculty and staff at 29 higher education institutions across the country Relationship Rich Education provides readers with practical advice on how they can develop and sustain powerful relationship based learning in their own contexts Ultimately the book is an invitation―and a challenge―for faculty administrators and student life staff to move relationships from the periphery to the center of undergraduate education