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Feedback Versus Assessment: Questions to Ask

When evaluating programs and other educational interventions with students, it is important to make a distinction between two concepts: feedback and assessment. Although the types of questions you may ask in each of these categories may differ, the overall goal is how to design and execute effective experiences for students that are engaging and achieve educational outcomes. 466 more words

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Blog Title Update!

I figured I would update the title of my blog to “A Year in the Life: Confessions of a Student Affairs Grad” (since that’s what I am now. 40 more words

Student Affairs

Reflection: What I learned as a First-Generation College Student

As I start to approach the beginning of my graduate academic career, I thought I would take a few moments to reflect on my undergraduate experience. 532 more words

Student Affairs

Choose Your Own Path: Why I decided to work before my #SAGrad Experience

Deciding where to begin a career in Student Affairs is often a challenge for a lot of professionals. Typically aspiring SA Pros will begin their journey by attending a post-graduate program and receiving a Master’s Degree before pursuing employment. 688 more words

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Discovering my Place in the Universe: What I Learned from my First Professional Job

“We promise you discovery: the discovery of yourselves, the discovery of the universe, and your place in it.”

— Sister Madeleva Wolff, CSC;  Former President of Saint Mary’s College… 1,051 more words

Student Affairs

How I Learned to Use the Water Cooler

With a prompt face palm, I had a startling realization on this Friday afternoon. For the better part of the last three years, I’ve been holding down the little safety button on the hot water spout of our office cooler. 171 more words

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A Day Without A Woman...in Student Affairs

Today is “A Day Without a Woman“, which is a national social-political campaign created by the same individuals/group that organized the Women’s March on Washington… 981 more words

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