Freshman, all too often students leave for college and have no idea what the next chapter of their life will consist of in college. They understand they are headed to college and they are expected to attend class, make the grades, and graduate to get a good job. What they do not realize is that it is hardly that simple. There is so much more to the college experience aside from the obvious and one thing I feel traditional students lack is an understanding of personal responsibility. Students embrace the absence of their parents with the new gained freedom but the end result is binge drinking, campus reports of rape, alcohol poisoning, and lowered retention rates. It has been understood that in order to cultivate the values of responsibility, and good citizenship in the next generation that active investment is desirable for the purpose of civic responsibility. Apart from simply academic endeavors, productive and stable society needs in socially minded individuals able to give due diligence to the needs of the community, and interest of a multicultural integration for the betterment of the whole. A time-honored strategy which serves as both an indicator and an encouragement of civic responsibility would be the fostering of voluntary service programs, often involving college students. Primarily, the evaluation for any such program at the college level is whether and to what extent the program or intervention measure benefits the students collectively. Involvement in voluntary service initiatives can be useful in the strategic planning for institutional policy in the long run. While civic responsibility and social awareness are desirable traits, and such programs by definition should be bereft of a profit motive, there must still be some nod to the principle of efficiency. What is the most effective use of the institution's time and resources with an eye towards long-term objectives of cultivating social responsibility? The investigation of programs and interventions that promote student responsibility are valuable for long-term planning purposes, but the body of literature concerning longitudinal research on the subject remains sparse. There are findings that indicate voluntary service programs can provide gains in civic responsibility, as well as cognitive performance – but more work is needed to fully quantify to what extent such gains are likely. And critics would suggest that many such studies concerning cognitive gains with respect to voluntary programs demonstrate limited evidence of effectiveness beyond the originating college campus. (Astin & Sax, 1998), (Batchelder & Root, 1994) Literature Review To integrate the subject of personal responsibility into curriculum would serve them well. Like a College 101 but on the social end rather than the academics end. In the article, “Teaching Students Personal and Social Responsibility With Measureable Learning Outcomes”, the topic of personal and social responsibility was addressed with regards to the 21st century college student. There was a study done at Rollins College (a small private liberal arts school) and Winthrop University (medium-sized, public comprehensive university) to evaluate personal and social responsibility; they created Core Commitments as a guiding philosophy (AAC&U,
Personal Responsibility and the Traditional College Student Shateisha Bruce University of Northern Iowa Abstract This study examines the importance of educating traditional college students on their personal responsibility throughout their college experience…
In the past managers, generally, had only to focus on the economic outcomes of their actions or choices; nowadays managers should also take into consideration and evaluate the social, moral, ethical, and legal outcome and implications of their decisions. In numerous business firms, though, this domain of social responsibility is usually not recognized as a key or independent functional domain (McShane & Steen 42).
International Baccalaureate offers three programmes to students who are between the age of 3 and 19. It has led to increase in the quality of education that many students get worldwide (Mathews & Hill, 2005). Most of the IB institution are privately own. On the other hand, traditional schools are public schools that started long time ago.
According to the paper the most important national challenge for any educational institution is making sure that the diverse student population is able to get the best out of the existing educational systems. In order to achieve such a goal, George Kuh developed a number of educational practices that he considered to be effective in ensuring that students get the best out of their college experience.
In the modern world, CSR has received significant attention from policy makers, corporate decision makers and the general stakeholders of the society. CSR is now established as a set of principles by following which, companies would be able to take such actions, so as to increase welfare of the society.
It also helped in enhancing revenue of the organization resulting in amplification of its total profit margin. Due to which, it also helped in improving the quality of standard of the workforces as well as their families and the local society as a whole. It might help in enhancing the reputation and portfolio of the organization in the society thereby amplifying its loyalty within the minds of the target customers.
In traditional education, students select from four schools of study. They choose the study that suits their career goals or academics. They should choose studies that they can do best in them to avoid regretting in future. In each school of study, every student is supposed to participate in one the following studies.
SR include the ability to recruit and retain qualified image, enhanced corporate reputation, improved operating efficiency and improved relations with environmental regulatory authorities. The choice of CSR projects is determined by the size of business, needs of the community,
e harmony and the cooperation of the classroom – examples of this might be lateness, texting, talking out of turn, berating the instructor or classmates, talking to other students while the teacher is talking, etc. (Boysen, 2010). This is a major problem , or potentially is a