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|Title:||Student Involvement and Involving College|
Department of Civil Education and Leadership, NTNU
Since 1980s, there has been growing concern in student involvement in higher education in the U. S. Scholars in the student affairs have claimed that the institution should facilitate the student involvement through out-of-class experiences. The current study in Taiwan also indicates student involvement is the most important factor to predict the outcomes of students’ academic learning and personal development. The purpose of this article is to introduce the theory of student involvement and involving college in the U. S. It also addresses the implementation to Taiwanese college. The article first explains the meaning and importance of student involvement. It then discusses the characteristics of involving colleges and provides some good examples of American involving colleges. Finally, based on American model, it recommends how to facilitate student involvement through out-of-class experiences in Taiwanese colleges using the National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) as an example.
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