Thankfully, there were a couple of opportunities this past semester to bring a creative approach to my work. In my College Student Development class, I demonstrated my understanding of Ruthellen Josselson's Theory of Women's Development by illustrating her identity formation stages in characters from Shakespearean plays. Monologues were used from Romeo & Juliet, A Midsummer's Night Dream, The Taming of the Shrew, and As You Like It. To sweeten the deal, I uploaded my interpretation of each monologue to SoundCloud so readers can hear these women dance through search and commitment into realizing their own identity.
In case you are unable to access SoundCloud hyperlinks via the paper, here they are:
Creative reflections on academic advising and learning
Cultivating dual resilience: Teaching shame recovery and image rebuilding through academic advising.
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