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Year Round Training Model

University of Northern Colorado: Housing & Residential Education - Student Staff Training Model
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Jamie Lloyd

on 29 May 2013

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April May June July August September October November December January February March April May HESA 260: Resident Assistant Class HESA 260: Resident Assistant Class Online Training Fall Training Spring Training HESA 260 Week 1 Week 8 Week 7 Week 5 Week 6 Week 4 Week 3 Week 2 Week 9 Week 15 Week 13 Week 14 Week 12 Week 11 Week 10 Theory as a framework
History of RA role
UNCs Residence Halls Chickering MAP-Works Overview
Resident Interviews
Basic indicators & skills Astin & Tinto Student Learning Outcomes
Writing outcomes
Program planning
MAP-Works data Kolb UNC Traditions
Elements of student engagement
a little bit of history Astin *week off in Fall for Homecoming Group Dynamics
MBTI
Other Typologies Gardner & others Conduct Philosophy
process
IR good/bad Kolberg/Gilligan Mediation & Conflict Josselson & Perry Mental Health Schlossberg transition Theory & Marcia Social Justice #1
10 Core Concepts Schlossberg Marginality & mattering Leadership
basic theories Sanford Safe Zone #1 Safe Zone #2 *week off for Spring Break
wk 10 Social Justice #2
6 Smart Steps Q&A with Director of Housing & Residential Education Civic Engagement & Recognition
OTMs
Service Learning Final Project Presentations
assess learning outcomes
invite HRE staff Key Differences to the RA Class
Student Development Theory is spread out across semester rather than 2 intense weeks
New final project includes student development theory, social justice, learning outcomes and creative elements
Class structure allows for more depth and supplemental knowledge to the spring/fall training
ie. mock conduct hearing, safe zone, mental health q&a

***Updates in spring 2012 reflect the changed requirement that it is taken in their 1st semester.*** Week 1: July Week 2: July Week 3: July Week 4: July Week 5: July/August Overview of Housing & Residential Education
Policies (why we have them)
How to write an IR Intake Points: ideal times for a new staff member to be added Social Justice: terminology, etc
Bulletin Boards, Door Decs, posters Campus Resources: online scavenger hunt
Social Justice cont'd Social Justice cont'd
Academics: your role, student leader, resources What to expect from Fall Training
Programming
Community Development Inservices MAP-Works Sociogram Fall Closing Spring Break Closing Claim Your Space Sociogram Closing 13 Months to Train a Resident Assistant Presentation Outcomes:

- Participants will be able to explain the purpose of the 13 month training model

- Particpants will be able to identify student learning outcomes for their staff based on the position descitptions unique to their universities.

- Participants will be able to identify key points/times within the RA contract to hold training sessions Week 16 - Implementation plan for student staff
- Planning for kick off events
- Troubleshooting login/student info
- Basic data driven programming information Comparing Student Staff Training in 2010-2011 to 2011-2012 Forever-2011
- Training days 8am-6pm + in hall
- Scope of topics: depth, crammed in
- RA class during semester prior to start
- RA class curriculum from old format, informal lesson plans and content
- Inservices disconnected for student needs and training.
- First year of online training - litle connection to fall training or long-term scope
- training not planned to compliment RA role and eventual evaluation
- RA training disconnected from desk, diversity mentor and RA class 2011-2012 & 2012-2013
- Training day begins at 10am
- Scope of topics: "what do you need to start in the role?"
- Learning plans and content for each training topic done ahead of time.
- Inservices planned with "gaps" in mind
- Online training - foundational knowledge for all prior to in person training
- Learning outcomes for each aspect of job, related to each training topic
- RA class as supplemental knowledge to fall/spring training
- RA class treated as a "real class"
- Balancing time in training with building/job preparation - no burn out inventory of resident connections & interactions with staff meeting conversation and 1:1 discussion Closing our communities for Thanksgiving/Winter - sign up process
- intentions Comparison to fall semester
1:1 and staff meeting conversation Background:
- Committee charge
- selection
- politics Paradigm Shift The puzzle piece that got too wet and doesn't quite fit.
Why do we spend 2 weeks in August to train and just 3-4 days in the spring? Desire to have it be 5-8 days

Fall Training politically had to keep:
- fire extinguisher training
- Mental Health First Aide
- Resource Fair
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