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Longo, Peter; Machida, Satoshi; Falconer, John – Honors in Practice, 2021
This study examines implications of a rights-based perspective among honors students through the lens of healthcare. Students (n = 71) surveyed in April 2019 were asked to consider issues relating to health entitlement and government responsibility. Perspectives on local, regional, national, and global access to health care; state and national…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Health, Health Services, Honors Curriculum
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Kadlecek, Cadi; Bott-Knutson, Rebecca; Holmquist, Hanna – Honors in Practice, 2021
Weekly, self-evaluative briefs are used to assess students' general wellbeing during the coronavirus crisis. Authors discuss the efficacy of personalized check-ins and remote, interpersonal rapport, suggesting a positive impact on student learning outcomes.
Descriptors: Honors Curriculum, Well Being, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Carlin, Laurence; Alberts, Heike – Honors in Practice, 2021
This study presents perceived advantages of thematic, team-taught interdisciplinary seminars for first-year honors students. Two student cohorts (n = 174) surveyed in two subsequent years (2018, 2019) weigh in on the challenges and benefits of different team-teaching models. Three first-semester offerings on the themes "Food,"…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Team Teaching, Honors Curriculum, First Year Seminars
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Quirk, Katie – Honors in Practice, 2021
This study presents a scaffold approach to building critical academic writing skills among honors students. Faced with limited instructional time, a reading-intensive curriculum, and students in need of rigorous writing instruction, a scaffold model was developed to include a series of condensed writing assignments called "Close Reading…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Writing Instruction, Honors Curriculum, Scaffolding (Teaching Technique)
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Andrews, Larry – Honors in Practice, 2021
The leadership responsibility for coordinating a multi-campus honors program or college can be complex, and it needs to succeed in an atmosphere of mutual respect and flexibility. The work can be broken down into several key components: institutional context, quality standards, curriculum, faculty selection, student mobility, communication,…
Descriptors: Multicampus Colleges, Honors Curriculum, Institutional Characteristics, Educational Quality
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Kock, Stacia; Nyland, Jennifer F. – Honors in Practice, 2021
A simulated conference in first-year curriculum reinforces undergraduate research as beneficial to both honors and campus communities while fostering scholarly development and campus engagement among honors freshmen during the coronavirus crisis.
Descriptors: College Freshmen, Undergraduate Students, Student Research, Conferences (Gatherings)
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Lieberman, Ilene D. – Honors in Practice, 2021
This essay explores the conceptual and practical implications of an honors forum relating to artful expression and the phenomenon of sequester in place (SIP). As monthly general education offerings for first-year students, Honors Forums feature an array of thematic events associated with the freshman cohort. Noting challenges relating to remote…
Descriptors: Creativity, COVID-19, Pandemics, College Freshmen
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Gómez, Myrriah; Nogar, Anna M. – Honors in Practice, 2021
This article presents a transdisciplinary, cross-campus collaboration among honors and non-honors students in the field of humanities. Trained in oral history methodologies and integrated as IRB-certified researchers into an ongoing (2018-present) project, a cohort of students (n = 34) participate in place-based, community-engaged learning and…
Descriptors: Oral History, Diversity, Educational Innovation, Honors Curriculum
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Dotter, Anne; King, Kathleen – Honors in Practice, 2021
This article features the work of two community college honors programs toward establishing and fostering community amid the COVID-19 crisis. Authors describe shared goals and priorities for their students during abrupt and extended shutdowns of both campuses. While working in tandem to ensure that their students felt cared for and contented, each…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Honors Curriculum, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Napolitano, Marc; Killinger, Mimi – Honors in Practice, 2021
Contemporary emphases on standardization, specialization, and selectivity in higher education alienate students and teachers from their own creativity, intellectual curiosity, and personal stories. This trend runs counter to the central focus of honors on fostering a diverse, scholarly learning environment. Authors suggest that integrating student…
Descriptors: Personal Narratives, Honors Curriculum, Teaching Methods, Alienation
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Yarrison, Betsy Greenleaf – Honors in Practice, 2021
Honors education was never intended to be a virtual offering; it takes intimate, three-dimensional, communal, and intellectual interaction among faculty and students to tackle wicked problems. The COVID-19 crisis forced honors educators into an extreme reboot, extracting courses from comfortable working spaces and relocating them to strange new…
Descriptors: Honors Curriculum, Computer Simulation, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Horton, Leah; Corbitt, Doug; White, Booker – Honors in Practice, 2021
These student-led, co-curricular programs are designed to give honors students the opportunity to learn and practice civil discourse through difficult conversations. Issues such as race, religion, politics, gender, and sexual orientation are carefully curated to help students practice and hone their dialogue skills outside the classroom where…
Descriptors: Honors Curriculum, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Classroom Communication, Cultural Pluralism
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Thompson, Bruce – Honors in Practice, 2021
This article describes how one honors leadership team adapted a traditional in-person Forum to a digital platform during the coronavirus crisis. Integrating a variety of asynchronous and synchronous remote technologies created a positive virtual learning experience for honors practitioners and students.
Descriptors: Honors Curriculum, Teamwork, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Morrison, Lucy – Honors in Practice, 2021
An honors practitioner describes various challenges in onboarding and training a new academic advisor during the coronavirus crisis. Virtual interaction and multitasking skills prove fruitful for training in best practices while also bringing experienced and first-year students together in unexpected ways. The author cites several improvements in…
Descriptors: Staff Orientation, COVID-19, Pandemics, Academic Advising
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Gasior, Bonnie – Honors in Practice, 2021
Nearly two hundred students, faculty, staff, and community members gather in a series of events to read and respond to poetry written by incarcerated authors. The program engages inmates in poetic self-expression, reflection, and personal growth while challenging honors students to consider what they have learned in literature classes in a broader…
Descriptors: Books, Clubs, Poetry, Institutionalized Persons
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