Purpose-Filled Faculty/Student Interactions
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Classroom schedules, lecture topics, assignment details, and graduation requirements often pervade faculty/student interactions. While these interactions are necessary, an acute mindfulness toward the student's life goals can add depth to even the most mundane of interactions. Students can see faculty commitment to their success through engaged listening, directed tasks, and the sharing of professional network connections.
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Educational Methods | Higher Education and Teaching
Westbrooks, Kimberly, "Purpose-Filled Faculty/Student Interactions" (2019). 2019 | Faculty Commons Presentations. 35.