This podcast features Daniel delivering his paper at the Hawaii International Conference on Higher Education.
Now, we take you to the Hilton Hawaiian Village Conference Center – Honolulu – January 6, 2013 – Enjoy!

 

Abstract:  The presentation presents a summary of typical approaches to first-year seminar or “introduction to college” courses, and suggests an approach integrated into the liberal arts curriculum that uses cognitive development models to plan student learning outcomes, assignments, and course format.  The redesigned seminar addresses academic preparedness for college work and students’ understanding of a liberal arts curriculum, and prepares students to begin to make the transition into higher levels of thinking.

Daniel de Roulet, Ph.D., Professor of English and co-chair, Irvine Valley College, daniel@studentcaring.com

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