Enhance the student-centered service commitment that the University of Lethbridge provides for learners.
Respond to needs as identified by focus groups and individual unit presentations.
Establish a community of success and excellence at all levels within a learning organization.
Increase the sense of community and cross unit communications for learners, staff and faculty.
Integrate the support of our learners across the University rather than relying on a few departments and a few people with individual accountability.
Engage learners at all levels to develop high performance teams with a sense of purpose and community.
Establish team accountability with a common objective.
Establish self-managed, mutually accountable teams of learners focused on acquiring the skills, training and help to be more successful.
Increase the ability of the University to recruit and retain learners.
Outcomes of Success:
Increased sense of community reflecting a learning organization with individuals interacting meaningfully with one another.
Increased engagement and satisfaction by learners, faculty and staff.
More engaged learners with a culture of success and excellence with support across the University.
A functioning engaged team of volunteers committed to expanding and increasing this support across the University.
Increased transitioning of new students, integration of learners through engagement at all levels, and increased completion rates by extending the learner excellence through graduation to their chosen vocation.
Increased relationships with other learners, faculty members and staff.
Improved academic performance by those squads of learners.
Increased engagement of Alumni.
An organization capable of and ready for growth.
Increased recruitment and retention of our learners.
Team Leaders: Craig Milner & Heather Mirau
The initial two teams of students and one team of employees (Dots) meet bi-weekly throughout the semesters.
The two teams of students meet weekly to help each other with academics and adjustment to University.
The Dots connect students to the expertise on campus that may be required to meet a number of needs and to help the students with caring support.
The students report increased grades, less stress, more self-awareness and accountability, and an increased enthusiasm for learning and helping others.
The Dean of Management sponsored a private meeting with Pinball Clemens for increased out-of-classroom learning.
Outcomes tracking will be implemented for those learners participating in the Learning Circles.
A new intake of students with additional Dots occurred in October and November, 2013 respectively.
A new intake of students with additional Dots occurred in September, 2014.
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