Student Handbook, 2011-2012
MetadataShow full item record
The purpose of the Kalamazoo College Student Handbook, in concert with the College Catalog and the College website, is to provide students with helpful and relevant information in a reasonably accessible format. Information included herein pertains to resources and services that can enhance the overall student experience, ranging from involvement in campus life to emergency resources. The Handbook also includes information about policies and expectations that shape student life, including the Honor Statement and the Student Code of Conduct. We have attempted here to anticipate some of the most common issues and questions raised by students, and to provide good referral information for other issues. Much of the referral information is provided by link to the relevant institutional departments or policies.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
A Student Teaching Experience in the Boston Public School System: Viewed from a Case Study Student Joshi, Kieran (1993)I spent twelve weeks student teaching at the Muriel S. Snowden International High School at Copley in Boston, Massachusetts. Before discussing my personal experiences at Snowden, I would like to give some background ...
Student Engagement in Reading: What Intrinsically Motivates Students, What Does Not, and How to Facilitate Intrinsic Motivation for Reading in a Middle School English Classroom Rumery, Erin Elizabeth (2002)I examine middle school students' motivations for reading. In this paper I present the idea that if students are engaged in their reading, they will be motivated to work hard in order to understand the material and that ...