Integrating Curricular and Co-Curricular Endeavors to Enhance Student Outcomes

Charles Wankel
St. John's University, USA

Laura A. Wankel
Northeastern University, USA


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Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781786350640
Published:
21 Apr 2016
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
480 pages - 165 x 240 x 21mm
Integrating Curricular and Co-Curricular Endeavors to Enhance Student Outcomes reports on a variety of innovative approaches taken in universities in a number of nations of their experience in bringing together learning in courses with learning in co- and extracurricular activities. Topics range from study abroad programs to service-learning. Also covered are community-based learning, cross-disciplinary collaborations, and peer-mentoring. This volume will introduce you to research and many interesting contexts, such as the U.S. Naval Academy, where promoting ethical leadership to cadets has been an important focus. Frame-breaking approaches, such as having university business students and circus performers collaborate, are explained within the context of the literature. The leveraging of Somali immigrant education programs for student learning is a stimulating activity that is also covered. Another inventive issue explored is the reformatting of traditional co-curricular transcripts to reflect a wider indication and measure of students' skills and abilities.
PART I: INTRODUCTION 1. An Overview of Integrating Curricular and Co-Curricular Endeavors to Enhance Student Outcomes - Laura A. Wankel and Charles Wankel PART II: APPROACHES TO INTEGRATING THE CURRICULAR, CO-CURRICULAR, AND EXTRA CURRICULAR 2. Use of Practicum Classes to Solidify the Scientist-Practitioner Model in Master’s Level Training - Janet L. Kottke, Deborah A. Olson and Kenneth S. Shultz 3. Integrating Curricular and Extracurricular Programs to Enhance Leader Development at the U.S. Naval Academy - Wesley S. Huey, Kevin M. Mullaney, Arthur Gibb and Joseph J. Thomas 4. Learning by Art-Making: The Inner-Outer Experience. An Experiment within a Master’s Course in Audit, Control, and Accounting - Philippe Mairesse 5. Application of Competency-Based Learning to Entrepreneurship Education: Integrating Curricular and Cocurricular Elements to Enhance Discipline Mastery - Rebecca J. White and Kevin Moore 6. Bridging the Clinical-Doctrinal Divide: Clinician and Student Views of Teaching and Learning in Clinical Legal Programs - Gemma Smyth 7. Project Management: Practice-Based Learning in a UK University - Elly Philpott and David Owen 8. A Credit-Bearing Programmatic Approach to Community-Based Learning at a Metropolitan University: The UALR Speech Communication Department - Kristen McIntyre and Ryan Fuller PART III: INTEGRATING INTERNATIONAL LEARNING INTO CURRICULA 9. The Somali Immersion Experience: An Intercultural Immersion - Dandrielle Lewis and Aram deKoven 10. Fostering Intercultural Competence through Short-Term Study Abroad - Selena Kohel PART IV: LEARNING FROM PEERS 11. From Profit to Passion: What Business Students Learned from Circus Artists - Emma Stenstrom 12. Peer Mentoring in Higher Education and the Development of Leadership Skills in Mentors - Andrea North-Samardzic and Michael Cohen 13. Campus Community Integration on a Mission: Transformative Learning for Social Change - Dawn M. Francis and Stephanie L. Colbry 14. Student Team-Based Semester-Long Applied Research Projects in Local Businesses - Anne Bradley, Peter Richardson and Cath Fraser PART V: LEVERAGING CO-CURRICULAR ENDEAVORS 15. Assessing Competencies: Extending the Traditional Co-Curricular Transcript to Include Measures of Students’ Skills and Abilities - Stan M. Dura 16. Promoting Student Engagement in the Classroom and Beyond - Richard L. Miller 17. Assessing Multiple Dimensions of Significant Learning - Jennifer E. Rivera and William F. Heinrich
Edited by Laura A. Wankel, Northeastern University, Boston, MA, USA Charles Wankel, St. John’s University, New York, NY, USA
Scholars of business and other fields describe some methods for providing higher education students with more skills employers want. They cover approaches to integrating the curricular, co-curricular, and extra curricular; integrating international learning into curricula; learning from peers; and leveraging co-curricular endeavors. Among specific topics are using practicum classes to solidify the scientist-practitioner model in master's level training, project management: practice-based learning in a British university, fostering intercultural competence through short-term study abroad, promoting student engagement in the classroom and beyond, and assessing multiple dimensions of significant learning. Distributed in the US by Turpin Distribution.

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