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Student Development Theory: Chickering, Schlossberg, and Perry

3.3.2011 Orientation Class
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rachel reese

on 3 March 2011

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Transcript of Student Development Theory: Chickering, Schlossberg, and Perry

Student Development Theory by Sara Jean and Rachel Chickering's 7 Vectors 1. Developing Competence
2. Managing Emotions
3. Moving through Autonomy to Interdepence
4. Developing Mature Interpersonal Relationships
5. Establishing Identity
6. Developing Purpose
7. Developing Intergrity
Example: Day 1. The orientee is trying to figure out how to get around
campus. First experience with a roommate. Example: After the Orientee goes through June Orientation...
*they may try to figure out where they fit in
*may challenge rules at home to establish themselves
*may talk to roommate to figure out room needs Scenario.
True Life.
You are in the middle of a the
true life discussion and you
notice an orientee's behavior
change (withdraw or overly
emotional). What vector is this orientee in? How would you respond? Perry's Theory of Intellectual
and Ethical Development Scenario 3. True Life Discussion. During a True Life discussion, you have an Orientee who is
stating "That was stupid and blown out of proportion" in
regards to True Life. You also have Orientee is who becoming
somewhat emotional stating that he/she has personally experienced
some of the events portrayed. How do you create a safe and respectful environment for discussion? Where do these students fall in Perry's Model? How would you and your True life partner work
together to address this? Schlossberg's Transition Theory Situation Self Support Strategies Scenario 2. Transfer Orientation. It is the morning of a Transfer Orientation and you have a transfer
Orientee come up to you. This Orientee states that "I've already been
through Orientations, it's all the same, can I just skip out on this stuff? Can I just go straight to my advising appointment? How do you react? What Parts of Schlossberg's Situation are affecting this student? What would you say to the student to get them to stay? Trigger Previous Experience Control TIming Concurrent
stress Remember... these are just
tools to help you understand
a little more about Orientees!
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