A vision of students today

I first saw the first vision of students today video at the 2008 FYE National Conference in Hobart. I’ve watched it at least 10 times since.

At the PASS forum last week Cathy Unite from the University of Texas (Arlington) showed us the latest version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrXpitAlva0  I think the first one is better, but they’re both good insights.

I think both show how much PASS is needed in Universities in the 21st century.

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About Georgina Barratt-See

Georgina manages the UTS U:PASS (UTS Peer Assisted Study Success) program, which assists students in 50 first and second year subjects with study sessions run by trained student facilitators. Georgina has 14 years experience in the Higher Education sector with interests in student leadership, mentoring, first year experience, teaching and learning.

2 responses to “A vision of students today”

  1. berglundl says :

    Reblogged this on Students are Important! and commented:
    This post includes a link to one of Michael Wesch’s videos about the perceptions of college students and education.

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