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TELE 1070 Understanding Learning in Post-Secondary Education: References



Suggested Readings

Clarkson, S. (n.d.). An introduction to student development theory. Retrieved from

Owen, J. E. (2012). Using student development theories as conceptual frameworks in leadership education. In Guthrie, K., Osteen, L. (2012). Developing students' leadership capacity (New directions for student services ; no. 140). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Retrieved from

National Association of Student Personnel Administrators & American College Personnel Association. (2004). Learning reconsidered: A campus-wide focus on the student experience. Available from:

Schlossberg, N. K. (1989). Marginality and mattering: Key issues in building community. New Directions for Student Services, 1989(48), 5-15. Retrieved from

Tovar, E., Simon, M. A., & Lee, H. B. (2009). Development and Validation of the College Mattering Inventory with Diverse Urban College Students. Measurement & Evaluation In Counseling & Development,42(3): 154-178. Retrieved from



Jamie Vollmers Schools. (2010). The Blueberry Story [Video file]. Retrieved from

Canon Australia. (2015). The lab: Decoy - A portrait session with a twist [Video file]. Retrieved from

In Search of Me Cafe. (2010). Lessons of the geese [Video file]. Retrieved from

San Antonio College, Department of Creative Multimedia. (2009). Faces of Student Development - Revised [Video file]. Retrieved from

Simons, Daniel (2010). The monkey business solution [Video file]. Retrieved from

AsapSCIENCE (2013). Brain tricks: This is how your brain works [Video file]. Retrieved from

Farrar Strauss & Giroux. (2013). How your mind works, with Daniel Kahneman (author of Thinking, Fast and Slow) [Video file]. Retrieved from


Additional Resources

Koh, C. (2015). Motivation, leadership and curriculum design : Engaging the Net Generation and 21st century learners. New York: Springer. Retrieved from