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RESIDENTIAL CURRICULUM

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Transcript of RESIDENTIAL CURRICULUM

RESIDENTIAL CURRICULUM
Kyle Smith, Assistant Residence Hall Director Candidate
What is
Residential Curriculum?
A curricular approach to designing and delivering an
intentional

living

learning

experience
What do we want our residents to learn?
Educational Priority
: Citizenship
Why is it important?
Intentional approach
to the residential living experience
Provides
structure
Holistic Student development

- In class vs. out of class
Increase student connection
with faculty & staff
Consistency


Learning Goals
Self-awareness
Practical Competence
Cultural Competence
Community Engagement
Educational
Priority
CITIZENSHIP
University Housing cultivates engaged
citizens in global communities
LEARNING GOAL #1
SELF-AWARENESS
Residents will recognize one's own
behaviors, beliefs, values and ethics

How?
Through
reflection and introspection

LEARNING GOAL #2
PRACTICAL COMPETENCE
Residents will be able to
maintain healthy relationships, effectively communicate, academically persist and care of one's mind, body, and spirit.

How? Residents will
demonstrate
interdependence and critical thinking
LEARNING GOAL #3
CULTURAL COMPETENCE
Residents will be able to
identify, understand and effectively embrace/articulate differences

How? Residents must
understand their
identities and how these identities inform
their interactions

LEARNING GOAL #4
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
Residents will be able to
demonstrate this by positively and effectively advocating, serving,
and impacting their global communities.

How? Residents must
be conscious of the
needs and nuances in their campus, local,
regional and global communities.
Traditional
Programming
Often
need based programming
Topic and implementation strategies often the
responsibility of the Student Staff
Quota of programs
that must be reached
Group focused
Stand-alone sessions

Residential Curriculum
Connects to the
institution, division, and departmental mission
Clearly defined
and more
narrowly focused
Specific lesson plans
designed by Professional Staff members
Follows
student development through connected educational strategies
Intentional
approach
Traditional Programming vs. Residential Curriculum
Overview of
Presentation
END GOAL
Challenges/Solutions
Mission
Statement
"The mission of University Housing is
to
provide quality on campus housing
to enhance the personal growth
and development of students.
"
What is Residential Curriculum?
Why is it important?
What do we want our residents to learn?
Traditional Programming vs.
Residential Curriculum
Challenges/Solutions
How does it affect you?
I'm not a teacher...
We know that and we are here for you every step of the way
What if residents don't come...
That's okay. We are not looking
for perfection.
How does Residential Curriculum affect Community Council?
You are the voice of the community and an integral part of it.
No longer just "programming"- educational strategies instead
ACTIVITY
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