International Experiential Learning Institute
Location: Newfoundland, Canada
Dates: May 29, 2013 – May 31, 2013
Hosted at Memorial University
2013 International Experiential Learning Institute Registration Form
Registration Fee: $395 (by March 15), $450 (after March 15)
NACA, NIRSA, Memorial University (CN) and College of the North Atlantic (CN) will host the International Experiential Leadership Institute at Memorial University May 29-31, 2013, in Newfoundland, CN. The Institute focuses on experiential education and how it relates to campus engagement. Topics include: developing learning outcomes, experiential leadership training, effective reflection techniques and assessment practices.
The keynote speaker is George D. Kuh, a Chancellor’s Professor of Higher Education and director, Center for Postsecondary Research at Indiana University. He is also founding director of the widely used National Survey of Student Engagement and related surveys for faculty and law school students, as well as the College Student Experiences Questionnaire project. Kuh received his bachelor’s degree from Luther College (1968), a master’s degree from St. Cloud State University (1971), and a doctorate from the University of Iowa (1975). He joined the Indiana University School of Education in 1976.
Among his 300-plus publications are 21 books and monographs, including Student Success in College (2005), Student Learning Outside the Classroom (1994), Involving Colleges and The Invisible Tapestry: Culture in American Colleges and Universities (1988).
Attend this intimate learning experience where you will:
- Meet with professionals from other institutions internationally that are engaging students with experiential learning
- Learn how student engagement can be supported thorough experiential learning
- Gain skills to develop effective experiential learning practices on their campuses
- Engage in hands-on experiential learning: reflection, assessment, activity development and engagement
Participants will learn best-practices of experiential learning: reflection, assessment, activity development and engagement. For more information, including accommodations and travel, click here