Bringing Theory to Practice
Bringing Theory to Practice Feedback Survey and Fall Newsletter
Bringing Theory to Practice’s (BTtoP) mission is to encourage and support colleges and universities in developing sustainable campus cultures that support the greater purposes of higher education: engaged learning and discovery, civic purpose, well-being, and preparation for a meaningful life.
BTtoP is now on the cusp of a new chapter of work. Check out their Infographic highlighting 15 years of contributions and and if you are interested in joining their conversation about the future goals, projects and priorities of Bringing Theory to Practice, we invite you to fill out a feedback survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HXN6699.
BTtoP’s Fall 2018 Newsletter (http://portal.criticalimpact.com/vm2/4e1637075255ceff/25043/8a14aba9664ff01a3947229f28c3afba)
The Power of a Creative Mindset in Higher Education, by Caitlin Salins, Project Manager, Bringing Theory to Practice
In this issue of our newsletter, our authors explore through three different lenses how “robot-proof” qualities like imagination, creativity, and artistic expression can be embedded at all levels in the higher education enterprise to foster holistic and transformative learning experiences. In our Feature article, Carol-lynn Swol explores how a “creativity-infused pedagogy” can cultivate students’ engagement with the public good; in our Campus Highlight, BTtoP grantees Sarah L. Hoiland and Tere Martínez describe how they used approaches from theater and improv to encourage student agency and civic engagement; and in his inaugural Director’s Column, David Scobey sheds a light on both BTtoP’s history and his own—and how we might learn from innovative and imaginative partners, both within higher education and beyond, to develop a community of creative collaboration.
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