April 30, 2015 | 12:00-3:00 p.m.
presentation from 12-2pm | reception from 2-3pm
Hamline University | Anderson Center
Register online below (free!)
A Different Kind of Diversity:
Adult Development in Higher Education
with Dr. Nancy Popp
This interactive presentation will explore the implications of adult development for the ways we teach and interact with our students, our colleagues, and ourselves. The session will be broken into four parts. Built into each section will be small group work and time for discussion:
- Introduction/overview of Constructive-developmental Theory and the stages of adult development.
- Implications for teaching developmentally diverse learners.
- Creating an optimal “holding environment” to support learners’ growth.
- Implications for self-reflection and our own personal and professional growth.
About the speaker
Dr. Nancy Popp is an independent scholar/practitioner specializing in adult development, and is an expert in developmental assessment and coaching. In addition to her private practice as a consultant, researcher, writer, and coach, Nancy works with a small company as the developmental coach for the employees. Her book, Integral Conflict: The New Science of Conflict, co-authored with Dr. Richard McGuigan, will be published this summer by SUNY press. Nancy lives on the North Shore of Massachusetts with her husband and teenage son.
Brought to you with support from the Hamline School of Education and the Office of Adult Learning at St. Catherine University. Open to all ACTC colleagues. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.