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Contact the seller - opens in a new window or tab and request shipping to your location. Colleges simply cannot ask students to be a part of a campus community that does not provide them with the tools, resources, and supports they need; that would be setting students up for failure. It is more beneficial and less expensive to provide supports and resources for students than it is to recruit new students. Additionally, public policy is leaning on colleges to increase completion rates. Students are counting on educators, not just to provide them with opportunities to succeed but to provide them with a welcoming campus climate and the resources and supports necessary for their success.
Relationships with and among students are crucial to student engagement and success. An empathic, compassionate approach—which includes understanding the histories, experiences, beliefs, attitudes, and values of first-generation, marginalized students who come from under-resourced cultures—contributes to the human experience instead of taking away from it.
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Educators need to know their students and use that understanding as a foundation to teach, engage, motivate, and encourage their success. When students feel welcome, comfortable, safe, respected, supported, connected, and cared about, they are much more apt to consistently attend class, participate, engage, complete assignments, try harder, study more, and feel an obligation to succeed and not disappoint those they care about, including their professors with whom they have a rapport.
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