Understanding college students civic identity development a grounded theory


This article presents the results of a study designed to understand the development of college students' civic identity—that is, an identity encompassing their knowledge, attitudes, values, and actions regarding civic engagement. Grounded theory was used to examine the experiences and attitudes of 19 college seniors who manifested strong civic identities Understanding College Students' Civic Identity Development: A Grounded Theory Matthew R. Johnson Abstract This article presents the results of a study designed to understand the development of college students' civic identity—that is, an identity encompassing their knowledge, attitudes, values, and actions regarding civic engagement Download Citation | Understanding college students' civic identity development: A grounded theory | This article presents the results of a study designed to understand the development of college.

Understanding college students' civic identity development

Abstract and Figures. This grounded theory study on developing a leadership identity revealed a 6-stage develop-mental process. The thirteen diverse students in this study described their. Identity Development Theory. A well-developed identity is comprised of goals, values, and beliefs to which a person is committed. It is the awareness of the consistency in self over time, the recognition of this consistency by others (Erikson, 1980). The process of identity development is both an individual and social phenomenon (Adams & Marshall, 1996) Chickering's seven vectors theory of identity development is arguably one of the most widely known and widely applied theories of student develop-ment. He referred to identity as students' concepts of themselves as auton-omous, independent people with carefully articulated opinions, beliefs, talents, skills, and ethics The grounded theory was designed to understand students' experiences with community service, what they see as outcomes from their involvement, and the role of responsibility in this dynamic. Grounded theory was utilized as the methodology because of the lack of research and theory regarding service and the outcomes for the servers

Therefore, using three waves of interviews over a 5-year period with 9 adolescents (N = 9) who demonstrated intense commitments to various noble purposes, the present study developed a grounded theory of the development of noble purpose, including a focus on how commitment was initiated, sustained, increased, and changed over time GROUNDED THEORY What Is Grounded Theory, When to Use It, and How It Developed? A grounded theory design is a set of procedures used to generate systematically a theory that explains, at a broad conceptual level, a process about a substantive topic. You use grounded theory when you seek to generate a theory because one is not available or suitable

The quality of a grounded theory can be related to three distinct areas underpinned by (1) the researcher's expertise, knowledge and research skills; (2) methodological congruence with the research question; and (3) procedural precision in the use of methods. 6 Methodological congruence is substantiated when the philosophical position of the researcher is congruent with the research question and the methodological approach selected. 6 Data collection or generation and analytical. Leadership scholar-practitioners must create a more sustainable, diverse, and equitable future, fostering emergence and development of resilient, competent leaders, including those who may have been previously overlooked.Leadership studies, particularly those situated in early trait and behavior paradigms, have long privileged extraverted leaders as ideal.The scholarly conversation is limited. White Racial Identity Development Theory. Borrowed from the discipline of counsel-ing, racial identity refers to a sense of group or collective identity based on one's perception that he or she shares a common racial heritage with a particular racial group (Helms, 1990, p.3). The concept of racial identity development presumed to be integrated within the developing human being. The SLI argued that the educational experi-ences offered to college students—including those sponsored by student affairs—should be intentionally grounded in the educational missions of colleges and universities. This grounding requires a clear understanding of thes

The student leadership development hexagon theory with a comprehensive attitude and systematic view has considered the factors affecting the student leadership development from individual, group and social aspects. It is hoped that a pace, even a few one, will be taken toward the progression of student leadership development theories It is a process that one can engage in at varying levels and is not tied to a leadership position. This grounded theory breaks down the development of leadership identity into six steps: awareness, exploration/engagement, leader identification, leadership differentiation, generatively, and integration/synthesis Constructivist grounded theory is a popular method for research studies primarily in the disciplines of psychology, education, and nursing. In this article, the authors aim to locate the roots of constructivist grounded theory and then trace its development. They examine key grounded theory texts to discern their ontological and epistemological. As the profession matured, spiritual develop-ment theories were grounded in two theoretical perspectives. First, the theo-ries borrowed from the cognitive development theorist family, including the theories of Perry (1981), Kegan (1994), and Gilligan (1982). Spiritual devel-opment as a cognitive development theory requires increased cognitive com

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  1. Grounded theory is a systematic methodology that has been largely, but not exclusively, applied to qualitative research conducted by social scientists.The methodology involves the construction of hypotheses and theories through the collecting and analysis of data. Grounded theory involves the application of inductive reasoning.The methodology contrasts with the hypothetico-deductive model used.
  2. Student affairs professionals, for instance, view grounded theory as a powerful research method that can produce information to increase educators' understanding of the complex interactions between students and college environments (Brown, Stevens, Troiano, & Schneider, 2002)
  3. Our understanding of intersectionality and well-being is informed by our perspective as contributors to the Bringing Theory to Practice (BTtoP) project, now in its fifteenth year of supporting colleges and universities in exploring the connections among engaged learning, well-being, and civic engagement and development
  4. es the theoretical and research bases for linking engaged learning, student mental health and well-being, and civic development

Student development theory in college has been expanded, covering multiple domains such as cognitive and epistemological development, ethical development on values and beliefs, social and interpersonal development, and social identity development related to class, race, ethnicity and gender (Evans et al., 2009a; Patton et al., 2016) University, Santa Barbara, CA, 2005 . Degree Concentration in Grounded Theory/Grounded Action . DISSERTATION: Weathering Change: A Grounded Theory Study of Organizations in Flux . Served as Student Representative on Scholarship and Praxis Committee . Master of Arts, Literature & Writing, Union Institute & University, Cincinnati, OH, 201 Grounded theory. Grounded theory research begins with a general research problem, selects persons most likely to clarify the initial understanding of the question, and uses a variety of techniques (interviewing, observation, document review to name a few) to discover and develop a theory

Civic Education. In its broadest definition, civic education means all the processes that affect people's beliefs, commitments, capabilities, and actions as members or prospective members of communities. Civic education need not be intentional or deliberate; institutions and communities transmit values and norms without meaning to Community service and service learning have been lauded as ways of teaching civic and social responsibility during college. In order to better understand the concept of social and civic responsibility and whether students gravitated toward these concepts, this study was undertaken. The grounded theory was designed to understand students' experiences with community service, what they see as.

formation to increase educators' understanding of the complex interactions between students and college en-vironments (Brown, Stevens, Troiano, & Schneider, 2002). Themes A grounded theory is generated by themes, and themes emerge from the data during analysis, capturing the es-sence of meaning or experience drawn from varied sit-uations and. This article presents a grounded theory of ''integration of learning'' among traditional aged college students, which is characterized by the demonstrated ability to link various skills and knowledge learned in a variety of contexts. The author analyzed 194 interviews with students at liberal arts colleges to investigate empirically the ways undergraduates bring knowledge and. Grounded theory was used to analyze the interview data and six main themes and several A critical aspect of the civic mission of schooling is fostering students' understanding and work toward a larger vision for equity and social justice (Wade, 2001). Building on Erikson's theory of identity development, Yates and Youniss (1996).

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ies that examine the role of high school and college experience in the development of college leadership outcomes: a grounded theory study that led to the leadership identity development theory (Komi-ves, Owen, Longerbeam, Mainella, & Osteen, 2005) and preliminary indings from the Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership (Dugan & Komives, 2007) In a grounded theory study of leadership identity development, reflective learning which included both structured journaling as well as conversations with family member and peers was one of four areas that facilitated the development of a leadership identity for students (Komives, Owen, Longerbeam, Mainella, & Osteen, 2005). Boyd an Most early theories on student development are grounded in psychosocial considerations of identity formation (Patton et al., 2016). While these theories help frame the complexity of identity development in college students, they are specifically modeled after and studied using White men from elite institutions HIED 66653 Spring 2012 Dr. Tracy Lara Catalog description Study of theories concerning the development of college students and principles for translating theory into practice. Course description from syllabus This course provides an overview of theories related to the development of college students.Through reading, discussion, reflection and research, students will co- construct knowledge. identity, self-esteem, confidence, integrity, aesthetic sensibilities, and civic responsi-bility. (ACPA, 1994, p. 1) Although it is helpful to list particular aspects of development for purposes of clarity and specificity, it is important to note that these aspects, too, are inextricably intertwined. For example, a broad understanding and dee

This article describes how a character development service learning project enhanced understanding of virtue development as a construct of adolescent development among college students. Based on reflections shared by students, service learning is an effective avenue for promoting and understanding virtue development justice activism for college students does not give attention toward understanding how students develop a commitment to both advocacy and allyship. Thus, this study fills a gap in the literature. Through using a constructivist grounded theory approach, I developed a substantive theory that addresses the process by which undergraduate college. students' college experiences that advance these civic learning outcomes. A Typology of Civic Learning Indicators Our conceptual framework is based on the AAC&U Civic Learning Spiral (Musil, 2009), which consolidates three contemporary reform movements in higher education: US Diversity, Global Learning, and Civic Engagement

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There is a large gap in college access and success for undocumented students. This emergent population remains uniquely and precariously situated within campus environments, despite the passage of Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Acts in some states. These inequities have sparked activism for DREAMers associated with the undocumented youth movement College Students With Disabilities Redefine Activism: Self-Advocacy, Storytelling, and Collective Action Ezekiel W. Kimball University of Massachusetts Amherst Adam Moore and Annemarie Vaccaro University of Rhode Island Peter F. Troiano Central Connecticut State University Barbara M. Newman University of Rhode Island Despite rapid growth in the numbers of students with disabilities enrolling. Keywords: grounded theory, inductive analysis, naturalistic research, sensitizing concepts, themes, trustworthiness Author's note Thanks to the College of Health and Urban Affairs (School of Social Work) at Florida International University, Miami, USA, for financial assistance toward my participation in a qualitative methods workshop in August 2003 ©The Journal of Negro Education, 20© The Journal of Negro Education, 2017, Vol. 86, No 3 17, Vol. 86, No.3 221221 behavior. It is possible that Black students' sociopolitical worldviews may shift in relation to thei

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  1. ing the development on non-hierarchical leadership in college students. Selected Publications. Owen, J. E. (2019). Women's Leadership Development in College: Counter-Narratives and Critical Considerations. Sterling, VA: Stylus. Pigza, J. & Owen, J. E. (2019)
  2. Keywords: Hexagon Theory, student, leadership , Development 1. Introduction . The higher education system has been exposed to the complexities, challenges and changes of the third millennium. This system is responsible for the vital and important role of training future leaders. To access to a developed and promoted society will be possible by.
  3. io) published a book entitled Negotiating the Complexities of Qualitative Research: Fundamental Elements and Issues (Routledge, 2006; 2nd edition, 2014).Jones is one of the co-editors (Schuh, Jones, and Harper) of the 5th.
  4. 17% of recent college graduates described career services as very helpful for their career development. While insights into students' use and perception of career services is important, understanding the degree to which these units enhance their social capital and psychological readiness is arguably more salient
  5. The national program is grounded in civic engagement framework of Battistoni (2002), and at Saint Mary's College, we also operate from the justice-oriented theological framework of Catholic social thought (e.g., Massaro, 2000) (Benchmark 1 and 2)
  6. Hell No, We Won't Go: Student Activism as a Vehicle for Leadership Development Published on June 23, 2016 June 23, 2016 • 15 Likes • 5 Comment
  7. ) and were asked to write reflections in their e-portfolios (while still in the large group setting) to the following prompts: 'Now that you have received feedback on your PIE, write your first impressions

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Drawing on transition theory (Schlossberg, 1981) and career construction theory (Savickas, 1997), we argue that supervised work experiences are central transition experiences that enable social learning processes and trigger changes in a person's identity development as a professional, thereby increasing career resources and employability which in turn affect future career outcomes positively Interpersonalizing cultural difference: A grounded theory of the process of interracial friendship development and sustainment among college students (Advisor: Dr. Alyssa Rockenbach) MEd, Higher Education Administration, specialization in Student Affairs. North Carolina State University . BA, Studies in Women and Gender. University of Virgini Culturally grounded and socially just approaches to education and educational leadership. E.g. Identity development of first generation students in secondary and post-secondary schools, supported by:. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Insight Development Grant 2018 (Principal Investigator) $74,644 Arts-based research relating to school's impact on identity. Ortman, 2015). Because adults with a college degree are more likely than others to be employed, earn higher wages, have healthier lifestyles, have decreased healthcare costs, and engage in more civic participation (Baum, Ma, & Payea, 2013), it is important to promote Latinos/as academic attainment. Grounded in Social Cognitive Career Theory

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  1. Overview* The senior project coordinator, a staff member of the high school, facilitated the semester-long senior project experience for participating students. Since this was the first time many students were completing an independent project, there were many benchmarks checks along the way and various structures to support their learning, including: creating an identity wheel to connect.
  2. and Leadership Identity Development (LID) 2. The SCM, designed specifically for college students, approaches leadership as a purposeful, collaborative and values-based process that results in positive social change through three dimensions: individual, group, and community/society. As a complement to the SCM, LID defines th
  3. In this study, we sought a better understanding of the shared positive elements exemplary outdoor programs are using to develop their student leaders. The study was designed using a collective case study methodology and the theoretical lens of the Leadership Identity Development (LID) model
  4. Counterintuitively, by establishing a zone of proximal development (Vygotsky, 1978), using award-winning student writing as model texts particularly benefits students who are not the most advanced writers (Bartholomae & Matway, 2009); these expert texts were, after all, written by (former) first-year students
  5. 6 331551.67 The public's attitude to violence or mutual destruction, Cultural values, perception and sense of identity, The orientation of young people and school education, Social reconciliation strategies, Mental health of the general public, psychosocial support and rehabilitation, Communication, support and conflicts among family members and friends, Other important political.

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  1. The concepts of citizenship and citizenship education are now central concepts in the theory, research, policy and practice of education. Citizenship education refers to how education can support students' development of identity. In the last few decades the concept of citizenship has been both broadened and deepened (Veugelers, 2011a)
  2. Grounded in Theory A Leadership Identity Development Model (LID): Applications from a Grounded Theory (Komives et al., 2005) describes how the psychosocial and cognitive student development theories of Chickering, Kegan, Baxter-Magolda, and King & Kitchener all have elements that are in sync with th
  3. The essential guide to the theory and application of the Social Change Model. Leadership for a Better World provides an approachable introduction to the Social Change Model of Leadership Development (SCM), giving students a real-world context through which to explore the seven C's of leadership for social change as well as a approaches to socially responsible leadership
  4. Keen, C. & Hall, K. (2008). Post-Graduation service and civic outcomes for high financial need students of a multi-campus, co-curricular service-learning college program. Journal of College and Character, 10 (2). Kolb, D. A. (1984). Experiential Learning: Experience as the source of learning and development. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. Kuh, G.
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Work with staff to ensure that initiatives are grounded in and apply current theory to practice, and utilize practice to further inform theory. Required Qualifications* Master's degree in Education, Community Organizing, Management, or related discipline with an understanding of the theories related to working with faculty, college students, and community partner Meet our Volunteers : Advanced Methods Institute | The Ohio State University. Deans Diversity Postdoctoral Fellows and QualLab Graduate Student Board members will be introducing each speaker and moderating the keynote and workshop Q&As. Read more about our volunteers below. Jasmine Abukar. Jasmine Abukar (she/her) is a PhD candidate in Teaching. The Sociology program at the University of Northern Iowa is committed to the principles of a liberal arts education. As faculty serving the program, we are dedicated to teaching excellence grounded in active research agendas and involvement in community or professional service. Our mission as instructors is to provide our students with educational experiences and intellectua Elizabeth Beaumont, University of California, Santa Cruz, Legal Studies and Politics Department, Faculty Member. Studies Civic Education, Civic Engagement, and Political Participation A grounded theory approach was conducted to identify common themes from reflections of 19 students enrolled in a semester-long diversity service-learning course. The results indicate that students reformulate attitudes about racism and institutional discrimination through their own racial identity development from the beginning to the end of the semester

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College students: Measures diversity of communities and cultures, analysis of knowledge, civic identity and commitment, civic communication, civic action and reflection, and civic context/structures (Rhodes, 2010). AASCU (American Association of State Colleges and Universities) Audit and Assessment Activitiesb b Measures civic engagement prepare young adults for the professional, civic and personal challenges of their lives, few institutions have a model to facilitate these outcomes. Learning Partnerships offers a grounded theory and practical examples of how these objectives can be achieved at the college course, program, and institutional levels. Th mix of Russian cognitive psychology and critical theory. As a first generation college student, I cannot avoid thinking about students' motives for enrolling in college courses. Most enroll in degree programs to make a change in identity, be it from local high school student to a more cosmopolitan college student, fro

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Erikson's stages of psychosocial development, as articulated by Erik Erikson, in collaboration with Joan Erikson (Thomas, 1997), is a comprehensive psychoanalytic theory that identifies a series of eight stages, in which a healthy developing individual should pass through from infancy to late adulthood. All stages are present at birth but only. In this grounded theory case study, four interconnected, foundational cornerstones of culturally responsive mathematics teaching (CRMT), communication, knowledge, trust/relationships, and constant reflection/revision, were systematically unearthed to develop an initial working theory of CRMT that directly informs classroom practice. These cornerstones were found to interact in unique ways. The threshold concept has been seen as a valuable tool, not only in facilitating students' understanding of their subject, but in aiding the rational development of curricula in rapidly expanding arenas where there is a strong tendency to overload the curriculum (Cousin, [2008, 2006]) Although spirituality has been identified as a critical component in student development and psychological well-being, it remains virtually unexamined in the literature on college retention and persistence, with the exception of two studies on minority students in Education pro- grams (Clark et al., 2006; Holt, Mahowald, & DeVore, 2002) and one study on Native American college students (Runner. Goal 2: Apply Research and Theory. Students will apply a broad knowledge of the interdisciplinary field of women's and gender studies. They will demonstrate a sophisticated understanding of feminist theory and research within a larger cultural discourse of intersectionality, global awareness, and social inequality

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value development, conceptual understanding, and cognitive and interpersonal skills. However, that the experience develops the moral capacity and civic behav-iors of students, most studies focus exclusively on the former (Astin, Vogelgesang, Ikeda, & Yee, cally grounded structural explanations, such as resource mobiliza Jenney, T. J. Holistic Development of College Students: Spirituality as a Predictor of College Student's Pro-Social Character Development, Culture & Religion Review Journal. 2012, Vol. 2012 Issue 4, p56-145 Author uses materials from HERI to analyze how activities related to spirituality correlat

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Civic engagement is an activity requiring creative participants. Students in my classes, though, arrive at college in the cloud of their prior education, passive and uneasy. Frequently, they have significantly more experience as recipients of information than as active, creative participants in their own education In Introduction to Program Design, Abstraction, and Problem Solving, we'll study the theory and practice of developing computer solutions for some fundamental tasks in Computer Science.In the theory component, we will study topics ranging from the analysis of a given algorithm for its efficient use of time and space resources, all the way to the development of powerful techniques used to.


Interpersonalizing cultural difference: A grounded theory of the process of interracial friendship development and sustainment among college students (Advisor: Dr. Alyssa Rockenbach) MEd, Higher Education Administration, specialization in Student Affairs. North Carolina State University . BA, Studies in Women and Gender. University of Virgini and the role that such centers play in the experiences of college students. This book fills a significant void in the research on development of social identity theory. Grounded in the pioneering work of Dr. Henri reader to identify general applications of identity to the understanding of peace as well as applications that. Students are guided to develop an understanding of research and theory within the realities of practice and to use practice to reevaluate both research and theory. Faculty members in the department conduct engaged scholarship; their research and practice are grounded in their partnerships with schools, practitioners, and communities, in suburban and urban settings that range from classrooms to. perspective is grounded in sound student developmental theory, but given the changing societal demands and expectations, we argue for an enhancement of student development along four vectors that one of us (Chickering 1969; Chickering and Reisser 1993) identified and defined as important in the psychosocial development of college students Metacognition is, put simply, thinking about one's thinking. More precisely, it refers to the processes used to plan, monitor, and assess one's understanding and performance. Metacognition includes a critical awareness of a) one's thinking and learning and b) oneself as a thinker and learner. Initially studied for its development in young.

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EPS 715. Qualitative Methods II: Case Studies and Grounded Theory. 3 Credit Hours. Types and designs of case studies, development of protocol, field work, data analysis, and report writing. Practical procedures and techniques for conducting grounded theory studies, including data coding and analysis, and reporting of results. Components: LEC Social theory courses (3 points) draw from sociology and other social sciences. Ed.D. students also pursue a minimum of 15 points in core classes in the sociology of education and 6 points in seminars and colloquia designed to prepare students for dissertation research

Teaching and learning are grounded in theory, research, and in problems of practice. It leads to habits of mind, hand, and heart that can and will be applied to authentic professional settings. Teaching helps students develop a critical and professional stance with a moral and ethical imperative for equity and social justice development, to strengthen our understanding of the Gustavus leadership capacities and to equip us to work more effectively as mentors, advisers, and role models for students' leadership development. Part three of this proposal concludes with a summary of anticipated resources and budget requirements for the initiative

Personal and social capability involves students in a range of practices including recognising and regulating emotions, developing empathy for others and understanding relationships, establishing and building positive relationships, making responsible decisions, working effectively in teams, handling challenging situations constructively and developing leadership skills This collection includes Cleveland State University College of Education & Human Services dissertations dating from December 2007 to the present which are also included in the OhioLINK Electronic Theses & Dissertation Center.. Dissertations published before 2014 can be found in the Michael Schwartz Library or the Cleveland State University Archives • Exploring identity development • Exploring a career and lifestyle intercultural and global understanding (Kinzie, 2013) Students engaging in first-year experience programs are more successful than their peers who do not which is grounded in theory and best practice and informed by evidence of impact on learning outcomes Students attend Macalester College expecting to gain knowledge, skills, and perspectives that will facilitate meaningful interaction with ideas, people, and communities for the rest of their lives. Macalester creates opportunities for student learning through its commitment to a liberal arts education and an emphasis on learning that addresses students' intellectual, personal, and social.

The CLDE Theory of Change highlights Civic Action and Agency, specifically the ability to work across difference to actively respond to social challenges, which frequently includes taking risks, challenging policy, and questioning institutional practice. It speaks to the diversity of religion, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and the significance of recognizing the unique talent, skills. Using Sequential Art to Engage Students in Historical Understanding A thesis presented by John F. Gould to The School of Education In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Education in the field of Education College of Professional Studies Northeastern University Boston, Massachusetts June, 201 LOS 701 Foundations of Leadership Studies II: Theory and Practice. The goal of this course is to further the development of students' knowledge of leadership theory and practice, with a special emphasis on the individual and group levels of analysis agency, rigor, civic responsibility, and democracy.The author draws on his own extensive research in urban classrooms to present a grounded theoretical model of young childrens understanding of picture storybooks. Advancing a much broader and deeper theory of literary understanding, the author suggests that childre

This class is an introduction to feminist psychological theory and research dedicated to understanding and critiquing biological, psychological, social, and cultural meanings and implications of gender and its intersections with race, physical ability, sexual orientation, etc. Examples of research and theory will come from a wide variety of areas in psychology and related disciplines, and will. This course introduces first time, first-year students to Trinity's Christian learning community. It provides incoming students with the opportunity to connect with faculty, staff, and current students while considering the College's Christian perspective on learning, commitments to community life, and understanding of service Communication Studies Major: Ten courses chosen in consultation with a departmental advisor, including. COM-120 and COM-115 or COM-117. At least one course each from the following three areas: Theory COM-235, COM-245, COM-257. Research COM-242, COM-258. Practice COM-237, COM-260, COM-265, COM-270, COM-280 1. Association of College & Research Libraries, Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education (Chicago, 2000). 2. Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe. Understanding by Design. (Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2004). 3 Maria K McKenna, University of Notre Dame, Africana Studies and Education, Schooling, and Society Program, Faculty Member. Studies Educational Equity and Justice, Social and Cultural Capital, and Qualitative Research. Maria McKenna is an Associat

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