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Schlossberg's Transition Theory
Transcript of Schlossberg's Transition Theory
Nancy Schlossberg's Transition Theory Today's Learning Outcomes Student Development Theories:
What do you already know? Why use Student Development Theory?
Schlossberg's Transition Theory: review it! Case study: apply it! Caution! References Contact us Darran Fernandez, Alumni Relations Officer, Students and Young Alumni - BA, MEd
Erin Linde, Student Development Officer, Engineering - BSc, MEd Evans, N.J., Forney, D.S., & Guido-DiBrito, F. (1998). Student Development in college: Theory, research, and practice. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass
Schlossberg, N.K. (1981). A model for analyzing human adaptation to transition. Counseling Psychologist, 9(2), 2-18.
Schlossberg, N.K. (1984). Counseling adults in transitions. New York: Springer Publishing Company. Darran Fernandez
Theories should help guide your work, as a framwork for how you approach your work.
Students are NOT all the same
Today's students NOT = the students of the past
Form groups of 4 or 5
Review the case + determine your approach (25 mins)
present your response (5 mins/group)
Transition depends on:
best practice to use it (and researcH)
how the profession approaches work
Lends credibility to YOU and profession
Participants (yoU) will walk away with:
1. An understanding of why Student Affairs uses SD theory
2. An understanding of Schlossberg's transition theory.
3. the ability to apply Schlossberg's transition theory. But first, a bit of Glee