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  • 2011 DICSV Best Practice Recipient: Alverno College
    making ability framework is a learning experience that affects all aspects of my life a learning experience that will last a lifetime Valuing Department Member and Assistant Professor of Chemistry Dina Borysenko regularly considers how to integrate the valuing in decision making ability into her chemistry courses Overview of Program Since 1973 Alverno College has required that all of its students regardless of major repeatedly demonstrate proficiency in the college s eight abilities as a requirement of graduation The faculty created and continues to develop frameworks for teaching and assessing valuing across the institution The valuing curriculum at Alverno calls for students to practice their ability to identify and employ a framework for decision making that integrates emotions and cognition and action while integrating ethical sensitivity and moral reasoning skills As part of the valuing framework students are regularly assessed on their ability to meet the following developmental outcomes that are divided into beginning intermediate and advanced levels Beginning Level The student identifies and infers values of self and others in multiple contexts Foundation Building Level 1 Students identify own and others values and the emotions they evoke Level 2 Students connect affective cognitive spiritual and behavioral dimensions of valuing Intermediate Level Students explore their own and others valuing and decision making within the social contexts that shape them and within the contexts of discipline frameworks Point of Initial Integration They grow to critically evaluate their values with an informed awareness of the process of value transformation and change Level 3 Students can articulate the reciprocal relationship of their own values and their social contexts Level 4 Students use the perspectives and concepts of particular disciplines to inform their moral judgments and decisions Advanced Level This is the opportunity for students to integrate valuing with the content of their academic work in an advanced and meaningful way They will further develop their ability to critically examine their own values and explain how they inform their value stance They will be able to express ways that their increasing knowledge of other perspectives informs their own changes in personal and professional decisions They will recognize the integration of emotion thought and belief in this process as well as give expression to their own stable center of care and strength which is at the heart of their decision making Ultimately such integration will develop the students moral imagination Students frequently demonstrate Alverno s core abilities in public assessments Maly Xiong was assessed for valuing in decison making during a public presentation that was part of her Introduction to Asian Studies course The goal of Alverno s valuing ability is in part to assist students in becoming ethical practitioners of their profession Professional responsibility includes dimensions of emotional awareness moral imagination a comprehension of one s own value stance and an awareness of the values that others hold as well as the actions taken as a result Teaching students this process involves an exploration of these dimensions across various disciplinary contexts Because professional responsibility

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  • Basket of Memories of Early Days of the Values Institute
    to nearby St Marks Wildlife Refuge in the schedule Our guests got a sense of the real Florida cruising by Spanish moss draped cypress trees gawking at sunning gators and admiring the wading and diving birds I remember one year on a misty windy afternoon taking a vanload of guests to the Wildlife Refuge Spotting an eagle perched in a tree relatively close to the road I asked our driver to stop so we could get out to look My estimation of my northern colleagues sank when not one bothered to get out to get a good view of our national bird But later when we came upon a large alligator sunning on the far side of the canal all tumbled out to see A few insisted that the gator was fake that a living animal would not stay that still while a group of 10 people stood barely 15 feet from it I suggested that someone wade across the canal to check No one took me up on that challenge and we returned to the lodge with everyone intact William Sloan Coffin And when I think of the Institute I invariably think of William Sloan Coffin who after repeated visits became Bill to many of us Bob Hall and Bill Coffin Brilliant loquacious wise and full of good humor he brought enormous energy and spark with him wherever he went Luckily I got him to myself one afternoon in Tallahassee He wanted to visit the Museum of Black History on FAMU s campus so I drove him over and we spent an hour exploring that fascinating collection I also introduced him to a friend FSU and Harvard history graduate Dr Bob Hall who had come to one of the sessions It turned out that Bill knew Bob s parents

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  • 1991 Institute Proceedings Archives
    and Conference Center south of Florida State University in Tallahassee See below the original program and addresses by keynote speakers 1991 Institute Proceedings Cover 1991 Introduction by Jon C Dalton Vice President for Student Affairs 1991 Table of Contents Trends in College Student Values and Higher Education s Role in Shaping Values Arthur Levine Imprinting Values Ethical Issues Revealed in Students Imaginative Writing Janet Burroway The Demise of and Decline

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  • 1993 Institute Proceedings Archives
    Student Values took place on February 4 7 1993 at the Wakulla Springs Lodge and Conference Center south of Florida State University in Tallahassee See below the original program and addresses by keynote speakers 1993 Title Page 1993 Table of Contents 1993 Introduction by Jon C Dalton Vice President for Student Affairs The Undergraduate Experience In Search of Values Ernest L Boyer Learning from Simon s Rock Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz

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  • 1994 Institute Proceedings Archives
    College Student Values took place on February 3 6 1994 at the Wakulla Springs Lodge and Conference Center south of Florida State University in Tallahassee See below the original program and addresses by keynote speakers 1994 Title Page 1994 Table of Contents 1994 Introduction by Jon C Dalton Vice President for Student Affairs Students In the Commonweal Arthur Levine Liberal Education and Education for Liberty Service Learning in a Free

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  • 2002 Institute Proceedings Archives
    Bratt Shirley Hoogstra Jane Hendriksma Some Values Are Never Out of Date Teaching Students to Help Themselves and Serve Others Frederic Gratto Katherine Gratto On Call An Institutional Initiative to Explore Students Understandings of and Responses to Vocation Jennifer Grant Haworth Kerry McCruden Lucien Roy A Celebration of Self Using Self Esteem Portfolios to Reveal Self Concept in College Students Susie Jans Thomas A Character Education Seminar for Perservice Teachers

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  • 2003 Institute Proceedings Archives
    Students Perceptions of a Private University s Core Mission and Values Joseph W Filkins Office of Institutional Planning and Research Joseph R Ferrari Department of Psychology DePaul University Faith is a Verb Faith Development as a Process of Growth Across the Life Cycle William M Finnin Jr Affective Development in College Students Strategies That Promote Ethical Decision Making and Compassionate Choice Gina L Frieden James O Pawelski Catechism Redux What Schools and Churches Need to Revive Louis B Gallien Jr A Values Driven Values Infused Education Curriculum Jane Govoni Valerie Wright Calista Koval Cindy Lee If You Build It They Will Go Creating Opportunities Within Academic Programs To Develop Good Citizens Frederic Gratto Katherine Gratto Humanitarian Values in College Students Michael Holloway Are We There Yet Hope Jordan Ph D Joan Johnson Ph D Regent University The Service Leadership Seminar Creating an environment for civic engagement and leadership development among freshmen students Gina Kittel Cristy Sibila Ashley Tull Christian Ulvert The Florida State University The Promise of Positive Psychology for the Assessment of Character Outcomes James O Pawelski Two Strands of HERI Research Can We Bring Spirituality Back to Campus Higher Education s Re Engagement with Values and Spirituality Liesa

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  • 2004 Institute Proceedings Archives
    Ph D Boyer Fellow The Boyer Center Messiah College Differential Assessment and Development of Character Dr Alan Arroyo Ed D Dr George Selig Ed D Queer Student Values Religion Matters Daphne Burt University of Chicago Transcending Values A Collaborative Collaborative Ecological Approach to Value Education Joseph R Ferrari Shaun E Cowman DePaul University Fusions Integrating Values in Higher Education Jane M Govoni Valerie Wright Cindy Lee Mary Spoto St Leo University Leading by Example Every Caring Act is a Step in the Right Direction Frederic Gratto Katherine Gratto University of Florida The Religious Engagement of First Year Students at Protestant Colleges Harold V Hartley III Vanderbilt University History of the Institute and Introduction to the 2004 Proceedings Religiousness and Spirituality in College Students Separate Dimensions with Unique and Common Correlates Thomas J Johnson Jean Kristeller Virgil L Sheets The Soul in Service Deepening Student Spirituality Through Secular Service Learning Programs Kent Koth Jackie Schmidt Posner Stanford University The Office of Religious Life at USC A Model for Meeting Students Religious Spiritual Needs Susan Laemmle Elizabeth Davenport University of Southern California The Role of Faculty in Students Spiritual Development Powerpoint Jennifer A Lindholm Higher Education Research Institute University of California Los

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