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The Future of Higher Education is Experiential

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Provides historical overview and context for experiential education initiatives on college campuses going forward.

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The Future of Higher Education is Experiential

  1. The Future of Higher Education is EXPERIENTIAL
  2. First… Some questions for you…
  3. Do you view yourself as an educator?
  4. What are some of the educational goals you have for your students?
  5. How do you provide opportunities for them to reach these goals?
  6. What influences your beliefs about what your students should learn at your institution?
  7. Think about what you hope college means to your students… How WOULD you do that?
  8. Looking back in history… Understanding where we came from…
  9. University of Bologna
  10. University of Bologna • Founded in 1088 • Students lived in the surrounding community • Unruly, drunk, vagrants • University claimed no control over living environment
  11. Oxford and Cambridge
  12. Oxford and Cambridge • Experienced same issues as Bologna • Began taking control of residences in 1500s • Residential colleges were born • Faculty in part focused on student religious salvation • Elite system
  13. Colonial colleges
  14. Colonial Colleges • Borrowed from OxBridge • Same issues of community/campus housing • Elite System • Beginning development of Greek- letter organizations and literary societies
  15. Early 1900s
  16. Early 1900s • Still an elite system • Land Grant colleges firmly established • German model arrives in the US • Start of appointment secretaries and student personnel work
  17. Post-WWII
  18. Post WWII • GI Bill results in large influx of students • Move away from elite system
  19. 1950s/60s Baby Boomers Arrive
  20. 1950s/60s • Large demand for housing results in the “high rise” and many of the buildings still on campus today • “Co-ed” housing • Unrest and protest of the 60s results in residence life as a means of control
  21. 1980s/90s
  22. 1980s/90s • Programming models and the wellness wheel come into use • Beginning of increased accountability/ need to prove outcomes through data and assessment
  23. present
  24. Present • Programs increasingly developing outcomes and assessment measures • Establishment and refinement of living learning communities
  25. Where do you look?
  26. Think big!
  27. The Future of Higher Education is EXPERIENTIAL
  28. @paulgordonbrown www.paulgordonbrown.com paulgordonbrown@gmail.com Paul Gordon Brown