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ERIC Number: ED154291
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 13
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Student Development: Implications and Challenges for Student Activities.
Floyd, Debbie
As colleges have grown in size and complexity, there has been an increasing need for student personnel workers to deal with demands for service, requests for grants and loans, and pressures from outside agencies. Routine tasks, however, do not fully utilize the talents of professionally trained activities personnel. These professionals can, and should, help facilitate a positive learning climate through collaborative efforts with all college resource persons. The best way to do this is for service workers to assume the role of Activities Learning Specialists, a change that would, among other things, be responsible for collaborative development of learning activities appropriate to classroom and out-of-class experience. (Author/FC)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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