1.Good practice in student affairs engages students in active learning.
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The mission and goals for out-of-classroom activities are stated as learning outcomes.
Student affairs educators communicate to students the intended educational outcomes associated with specific programs.
Student affairs educators provide students with leadership training and offer leadership opportunities.
Collaboration with faculty is promoted to integrate civic responsibility and service into the curriculum.
Students routinely evaluate programs and activities in which they participate.
Student affairs educators use a variety of communication methods to engage students' different learning styles.
Students are expected to understand and respect other students' experiences and perspectives.
Student affairs educators are evaluated, in part, on their abilities to link student learning outcomes with divisional programs, activities, or services.
Opportunities for experiential learning are available and publicized to students.
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