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by Nancy J. Evans,Deanna S. Forney,Florence M. Guido,Lori D. Patton,Kristen A. Renn

Author: Nancy J. Evans,Deanna S. Forney,Florence M. Guido,Lori D. Patton,Kristen A. Renn
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Jossey-Bass; 2 edition (December 21, 2009)
Pages: 480 pages
Category: Teaching and Education
Rating: 4.2
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by Lori D. Patton (Author), Kristen A. Renn (Author). FLORENCE M. GUIDO is a professor of higher education and student affairs leadership at the University of Northern Colorado. STEPHEN JOHN QUAYE is an associate professor in the student affairs in higher education program at Miami University.

Student Development in College is a rich, comprehensive exploration of the major theoretical perspectives that inform development. The authors' attention to nuances and complexities results in a substantive history of theory development and a careful story about how various perspectives evolved yielding contemporary theorizing. The book is a masterful blend of theoretical lenses and their use in designing developmentally appropriate practice for diverse populations of contemporary college students. It is an excellent resource for all educators who work on college campuses

Student Development in College. The book is a masterful blend of theoretical lenses and their use in designing developmentally appropriate practice for diverse populations of contemporary college students

Student Development in College. It is an excellent resource for all educators who work on college campuses.

by Lori D. Renn (Author), Florence M. Guido (Author), Stephen John Quaye . LORI D. PATTON is an associate professor in the higher education and student affairs program at Indiana University

by Lori D. Guido (Author), Stephen John Quaye (Author), Deanna S. Forney (Author), Nancy J. Evans (Foreword) & 3 more. PATTON is an associate professor in the higher education and student affairs program at Indiana University. KRISTEN A. RENN is a professor of higher, adult, and lifelong education at Michigan State University.

Student Development in Collegeis the go-to resource for student affairs, and is considered a key reference for those most committed to conscious and intentional student affairs practice. A new framework provides guidance for facilitating dialogues about theory, teaching theory, and the importance of educators as consumers of theory

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The second edition of Student Development in College offers higher education professionals a clear understanding of the developmental challenges facing today's college students. Thoroughly revised and updated, this edition includes new integrative theories of student development, expanded coverage of social identity theories, a targeted focus on higher education-related research, a current review of student development research and application, and reconceptualization of typology theories as a way to understand individual differences.

Praise for the Second Edition of STUDENT DEVELOPMENT IN COLLEGE

"Student Development in College is a rich, comprehensive exploration of the major theoretical perspectives that inform development. The authors' attention to nuances and complexities results in a substantive history of theory development and a careful story about how various perspectives evolved yielding contemporary theorizing. The book is a masterful blend of theoretical lenses and their use in designing developmentally appropriate practice for diverse populations of contemporary college students. It is an excellent resource for all educators who work on college campuses." —Marcia Baxter Magolda, Distinguished Professor, Educational Leadership, Miami University

"This is an invaluable work for anyone seeking an introduction to college student development theories or those seeking to update their existing knowledge. It offers a thorough and complex review of both the foundational theories and the newer—often more culturally relevant—theories and models." —Raechele L. Pope, program coordinator, Higher Education Program, University at Buffalo

"The original book was a tremendous contribution to the field of higher education and especially student affairs. After more than ten years, this revision is a timely and focused enhancement to the literature that nurtures quality professionals to think differently about topics relevant to our field. Well done a second time around!" —Gregory Roberts, executive director, ACPA—College Student Educators International