David Scobey - ADP/TDC National Meeting 2013

David Scobey, executive dean of The New School for Public Engagement (N.Y.), offers the closing plenary at the 2013 ADP/TDC National Meeting in Denver, Colo. 
His presentation addresses the new "Copernican moment" and the emergence of non-traditional adult students fitting education into complex lives of work, community and family--as the new majority of undergraduates. How do we offer great, engaged education to these students? How do these post-traditionals serve as a laboratory for positive change as we live through the current disruptions?

 


Post-Traditional Undergraduates and the Copernican Moment:

New Models of Engaged Learning for the New Majority Student

David Scobey, executive dean of The New School for Public Engagement (N.Y.), offers the closing plenary at the 2013 ADP/TDC National Meeting in Denver, Colo. His presentation addresses the new "Copernican moment" and the emergence of non-traditional adult students fitting education into complex lives of work, community and family--as the new majority of undergraduates. How do we offer great, engaged education to these students? How do these post-traditionals serve as a laboratory for positive change as we live through the current disruptions?

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    Post-Traditional Undergraduates and the Copernican Moment:

    New Models of Engaged Learning for the New Majority Student

    David Scobey, executive dean of The New School for Public Engagement (N.Y.), offers the closing plenary at the 2013 ADP/TDC National Meeting in Denver, Colo. His presentation addresses the new "Copernican moment" and the emergence of non-traditional adult students fitting education into complex lives of work, community and family--as the new majority of undergraduates. How do we offer great, engaged education to these students? How do these post-traditionals serve as a laboratory for positive change as we live through the current disruptions?

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