Supporting Student Diversity In Higher Education: A Practical Guide by Michelle MorganSupporting Student Diversity In Higher Education: A Practical Guide by Michelle Morgan

Supporting Student Diversity In Higher Education: A Practical Guide

EditorMichelle Morgan

Paperback | August 15, 2013

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Supporting Student Diversity in Higher Educationis a working manual that is designed to help managers, academics and members of the professional service teams within universities, recruit and support a diverse student body across the student lifecycle at the same time as delivering a quality student experience in a challenging and pressured environment.

Using the Student Experience Practitioner Model as a framework, this book helps colleagues responsible for improving the student experience navigate their way through the maze of student diversity across all levels of study, determining what to deliver, how to deliver it and to whom. It interlinks academic, welfare and support activities at faculty department, school, course and university level to support the student in their university journey.

Containing 40 practical and innovative undergraduate UK and international case studies from across 12 countries spanning four continents, this book provides practical examples of recruiting and supporting a diverse student body. It includes initiatives to support:

  • mature students (e.g. academic re-engagement);
  • students with special needs (e.g. dyslexia and other disabilities);
  • international students (e.g. language support requirements);
  • students at risk (e.g. lower socio-economic groups, care leavers, male learners);
  • Transfer and direct entry students (e.g. supporting students through this transition);
  • individual learners and their learning needs (impact of personality on learning);
  • students who support students (e.g. peer support).

This book will be of great use to senior and middle administrative managers and academics involved in the recruitment, retention and progression of students; and also to anyone involved in education policy and students aiming to work in higher education.

Michelle Morganis a Teaching and Learning Researcher and Coordinator at Kingston University, UK.
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Title:Supporting Student Diversity In Higher Education: A Practical GuideFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.68 inPublished:August 15, 2013Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0415818230

ISBN - 13:9780415818230

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Table of Contents

Part 1  1. Introduction and Setting the SceneMichelle Morgan  2. Student Diversity in Higher Education Michelle Morgan  3. The Impact of Diversity in Higher Education Institutions Michelle Morgan Part 2  4. The Student Experience Practitioner ModelMichelle Morgan Part 3  5. Supporting First Contact and the Admissions Process Diane Nutt  Case Study 1.This is me- exploring a more confident approach to the transition process of disabled applicantsJackie Reaney and Helen Smith Case Study 2. The Support of ¿Looked After Children¿ and ¿Care Leavers¿ and into Higher EducationJayne Taylor  Case Study 3.The development of the "Kies Actief Toolkit"(KAt) to create awareness on competencies , aspirations and expectations from application to the end of the first year of study at universityAdri Verhoosel, Avans  Case Study 4. Preparing students for learning at the University of Portsmouth (PrepUP) using social media,Carolyne Jacobs  6. Pre-arrival Lucy Solomon  Case Study 5. QMAdvance- supporting mature students post admission through pre-arrival, induction and beyond,Virginia Bell and Jenni MurrayCase Study 6. Commonplace-an online student survival guide to the University of LondonSiobhan Clay  Case Study 7.JumpStart ¿ Successful Transition to UniversityNorma Fisher-Stitt and Rosanna Furgiuele Case Study 8. Enhancing transitions and retention for direct entry (also known as Top-up) students transferring from a Foundation Degree (Fd) courseCatherine McConnell and Marilyn Doust 7. Arrival and Orientation Andrea ReidCase Study 9. Life through a Lens ¿ the student view of the first three weeks of termNicola Poole Case Study 10. Using personality type to improve student persistenceMarsha Fralick,El Cajon Case Study 11. The University of Johannesburg First Year ExperienceAndre Van Zyl  Case Study 12. Using senior undergraduates to advise first year studentsAshley Welsh 8. InductionKevin C Clarke and Mary Stuart Hunter Case Study 13.Early days- an online learner support tool enhance the experience of new studentsKaren Fitzgibbons and Julie Prior Case Study 14. An experiential project to induct and connect a diverse group of first year students with their peers, their school and its staffNicola ShaplandCase Study 15. Career Passport: An Introduction to Career Planning for First-Year Students and beyondHeather Maietta Case Study 16.Encouraging Women in Science, Engineering and Technology (WiSET)Alison McMurray  9. Reorientation and ReinductionMichelle Morgan  Case Study 17. Promoting employability skills through peer assisted study sessions (PASS)Melanie Giles Case Study 18. "Essentials for..": Programme level support through BlackboardAlysssa Philips Case Study 19. Extended re-induction at module level- developing a curriculum to deliver discipline specific content and the transition of students to level 5 learningMatthew Portas Case Study 20. The use of surveys to improve the reflection skills of returning students, to develop reinduction and outduction activities, and, to engage male learnersMichelle Morgan  10. Outduction - preparing to leave, graduation and beyondApril Perry Case Study 21.Developing an embedded approach to employability skills delivery within curriculum content for Levels 1 and 2 in the Faculty of Engineering,Catherine SercombeCase Study 22. Student-led Projects Scheme at Imperial and the creation of the student-led projects symposium,Alison Ahearn Case Study 23. The Complete Graduate ResourceJoan E Dominick and Betty Siegel Case Study 24.Frontrunners: The Student Placement Programme,Elizabeth Guyar-Brown Part 4 11. Academic student support and development Penny Robinson, Case Study 25. Developing and using student-authored publications to increase staff and student awareness of the principles of assessment for learningKay Sambell Case Study 26. An exploration into the potential of social media in learning and teaching of NutritionPedro Barro Case Study 27. Peer Education ApproachesMarcia Ody and William Carey Case Study 27. Learning to Lead programme at the University of SussexRuth Woodfield and Linda Buckhamand Liz Thomas  12. Supporting Staff to be SupportersGlyn Jones Case Study 29.Transition Mentor scheme for new Level 1 undergraduatesMarco Angelini Case Study 30. How staff collaboration can improve the learning student experience: the development of a module to support student transition into higher educationSiobhan Dunne and Vera Sheridan  Case Study 31. The SHOP (Students Helping Our Peers)- Iowa State University Food Pantry for Students from StudentsHailey Boudreau Case Study 32. Faculty-Librarian Relationships in First-Year Experience Courses: Partnerships in PedagogyRhonda Huisman  13. Learning and TeachingLiz Thomas Case Study 33. Finding Lemo (learning skills & motivation),Elke Denoo and Sarah Van Leuvenhage  Case Study 34. PASS: Four stages of a Personal and Academic Support SystemSue Robbins Case Study 35. Increasing Global and Multicultural Awareness through the use of newspapers with Level 1 (first year) studentsRobert Knight Case Study 36. Supporting international student transitions in the School of Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations (AMPR),Andrea Reid 14. Student Evaluation and Feedback Duncan Nulty  Case Study 37. 5 Health checks: an early appraisal of student satisfaction to reflect a diverse and changing cohortAngela Annesley and Hilary Watters Case Study 38. The ¿Students as Partners¿ (SaP) approach to engaging students as ¿University of Manchester Consultants¿Marcia Ody and Will Carey Case Study 39. AND (Ability Not Disability) Group,Adele Burrow Case Study 40. Using your National Student Survey Results (Student Feedback Project)Lucy Buchanan-Parker  15. Supporting a diverse student body in higher education: concluding overviewMichelle Morgan