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|Title:||Promoting Student's Academic Learning in Residence Life|
Department of Civil Education and Leadership, NTNU
In recent years, student affairs and higher education in the U.S. have focused attention on integrating the in-class and out-of-class experiences to strengthen the quality of higher education and student learning. Residence halls as the places where students spend most of their out-of-class time, have been claimed to be structured in such a fashion as to provide integration between the instructional environment and various out-of-class experiences of students. Residence life plays an important role for Taiwanese college students too; however, it has not functioned effectively as a place to promote students’ academic learning. The purpose of this article is to introduce the American experience on fostering student’s academic learning in residence life in order to provide a reference to Taiwan. The article will first examine how students’ academic learning experiences relate to residential life and then address how can educators use the residence hall environment as a locale for facilitating students’ learning with American examples.
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