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Student Development Project

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Jackie Rindone

on 23 February 2018

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Campus Ecology
James H Banning
And who is James "Jim" H. Banning?
What is Campus Ecology?
Beware there are a bunch:
Theories Used in Campus Ecology
Campus Ecology Through Photographs
FUN Activity!
Time to Explore!
1. What did you find most interesting about your photographs?

2. What critiques do you have of this assessment tool and campus ecology in general?
Reaction to Findings
The study of ...
Behavior-Setting Theory (Barker, 1968)
Sub-Culture Approach (Walsh, 1978)
Personality Types (Holland, 1966)
Need X Press = Culture (Stern, 1970)
Social Ecological Approach (Moos, 1973, 79)
Transaction Approach (Pervin, 1967)
The Dimensions of James H. Banning's
Theory on Campus Ecology
Jackie Rindone and Gina Montilino
Received his MA and PH.D at University of Colorado- Boulder
Professor of Education at Colorado State
Teaches research courses, campus ecology, and environmental psychology
His work on campus ecology started in 1973 at NASPA
Now before we start on our journey of Campus Ecology,
what comes to mind when we say campus ecology?
"About Jim Banning." Colorado State University. Retrieved at: http://mycahs.colostate.edu/james.h.banning/perinfo.htm
Banning, J. (2012). "Origins." The Campus Ecologist. Retrieved from: http://www.campusecologist.com/origin/
Banning, J. H, Deniston, T.L, and Middleton, V. "Using Photographs to Assess Equity Climate: A Taxonomy." Retrieved from: http://mycahs.colostate.edu/james.h.banning/PDFs/EquityPaper%2082201a.pdf
Evans, N.J, Forney, D.S, Guido, F.M, Patton, L.D, and Renn, K.A. (2010). Student Development in College. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass

Settings and Environments
Activities and Behaviors
Four Dimensions of Photography Taxonomy
1. Type of physical artifact responsible for message

2. The Multicultural Parameters

3. The Content of the Message

4. The Impact (Negative or positive?)
Applications to Student Affairs
Emphasis in campus design
Student Institutional Fit
Areas of Campus
Residence Halls
Help in providing services to diverse populations
1. Ryan, Kayla, Jenna, Tarra
2. Angela, Yang, Trent, Aiyanna
3. Kim, Kelsey, Tev
4. Tiffany, Sarah, Carrie
Take 15 minutes to go take pictures
They can be art, signs, graffiti, or photography
When you get back take evaluate the photos on the 4 dimensions (Use your worksheet as a guide)
Assessment and an Ecosystem Model
Eight basic assumptions
The Five Stages of Assessment
Five Stages:
1. Establishment of a Planning Team
2. Planning Team: Establish Goals and What to Assess
3. Developing an Assessment Technique
4. Assessment and Analysis
5. Redesign and Evaluation
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