An Ecological Approach to Promoting Student Well-Being: Q and A Panel - As the final session of the 2017 STARS Conference, this Q and A panel provides an opportunity for delegates to engage with and interrogate diverse perspectives on curricular and co-curricular approaches to promoting student and staff well-being in tertiary environments.
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STARS 2018 | 1 - 4 July | Destination to be announced
The STARS conference provides the opportunity to disseminate and discuss current research, good practice, emerging initiatives and leading edge ideas that are aimed at enhancing students’ tertiary learning experiences.
Early bird registration extended to 12 May 2017! Registration for STARS 2017 now open.
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Building on decades of research into student transitions and experiences and with robust evidence of the maturity of our contemporary thinking, approaches and strategies, Students,Transitions, Achievement, Retention & Success (STARS) is the next and logical frontier for our student-focused passion. First year should start with the end in clear student sight. Students make individual and multiple transitions over the course of their student lifecycles and learning journeys – in, through and out of higher education, between sectors and via diverse pathways. Increasingly, transition pedagogy is paving the way for intentionally designed capstone experiences, while our Australian colleagues are now researching the second year slump. I look forward to sharing this next exciting phase of our own learning journey with you in the continuing pursuit of enhanced student learning, success and retention.
Professor Sally Kift, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), James Cook University & ALTC Senior Fellow