2015 International Experiential Learning Institute
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2015 International Experiential Learning Institute

Looking for a great opportunity to extend your global perspective and strengthen your leadership skills? Don’t miss this event!

7/12/2015 to 7/15/2015
When: 7/12/2015
Where: The Constitution Inn
150 3rd Ave
Boston, Massachusetts  02129
United States
Contact: NIRSA

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NIRSA is excited to partner with the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA), Memorial University (Canada), and Suffolk University in Boston to offer the third annual International Experiential Learning Institute!

NIRSA professional members who have been looking for a great opportunity to extend their global perspective as they strengthen their leadership skills will not want to miss this event! Scheduled for July 12-15, in Boston, this unique experience will utilize the profound culture of New England; Institute attendees will hone their leadership skills by focusing on experiential learning.

  

Campus Engagement:

The 2015 Institute will emphasize experiential education and how this kind of learning relates to campus engagement. Prospective topics for sessions include: developing learning outcomes, experiential leadership training, effective reflection techniques, and assessment practices.

 

Prepare Your Passport:

Mark your calendars and if you live outside the United States prepare your passport to join NIRSA in this international event!

 

Registration:

Registration for this event will be limited to 80 participants — with a balanced blend of attendees from Canada and attendees from the United States.

Registration Fees After June 11, 2015
Commuter Rate (for Boston Locals) - $665
Registration & Hotel (Single occupancy) -  Cannot Guarantee room rate after 6/3/15
Registration & Hotel (Double occupancy) - Cannot Guarantee room rate after 6/3/15

 

Required Reading:

Reframing the Concept of Reflection: Consciousness, Experiential Learning, and Reflective Learning Practices
By Richard Jordi

To Learn More about Learning: The Value-Added Role of Qualitative Approaches to Assessment
by Daniel W. Newhart, Ph.D.

The Power of Experiential Education
by Janet Eyler

 

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