Association for Gerontology in Higher Education
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 AGHE CONSULTATION PROGRAM

AGHE’s Consultation Service proactively supports educational institutions in meeting the demographic aging imperative which requires innovative and contemporary gerontology/geriatrics instruction and program development.The AGHE Consultation Program actively contributes to assisting community, four-year colleges and universities in:

  • Developing or evaluating a gerontology/geriatrics program
  • Developing a strategy for long-term planning
  • Obtaining an objective assessment, external review, or validation of a proposed or existing program of gerontology/geriatric instruction
  • Obtaining resource materials for executing, expanding, or evaluating gerontology/geriatrics instruction
  • Identifying tools for designing and implementing gerontology/geriatric content/courses

 Click to read more about this program or click here to print a consultation request form to mail, e-mail, or fax to AGHE.

 

Gerontology Program Development and Evaluation. Tom Hickey, Phyllis K. Stillman, and Elizabeth B. Douglass (Eds.). 1994. 150 pp. $50 AGHE members; $65 non-members.

 

A comprehensive edited volume of papers addressing substantive issues relevant to gerontology instruction. Designed to help institutions analyze their resources and opportunities, define program objectives consistent with their academic missions, and plan new academic and service initiatives in aging-related areas.

Actual Size: 8 1/2 in x 11 in  Click to order on line  or  click here to print an order form to mail or fax.

 

Gerontology Instruction in Community Colleges. Jane Carney and Ellen N. Sullivan. 1994. 68 pp. $25 AGHE members; $35 non-members.

 

This guide to aging-related program development and evaluation for community colleges is intended for faculty interested in increasing their institution’s focus on aging-related issues. Two case studies are included. This volume answers a wide range of questions related to curriculum planning and development, student recruitment and career placement, faculty development, and resource issues. This book was meant to be used in conjunction with Gerontology Program Development and Evaluation (see above).

Actual Size: 8 1/2 in x 11 in  Click to order on line  or  click here to print an order form to mail or fax.

 

Undergraduate Gerontology Instruction in Four-Year Colleges and Universities

Undergraduate Gerontology Instruction in Four-Year Colleges and Universities. Charles R. Schmidtke. 1994. 48 pp. $20 AGHE members; $30 non-members.

 

A guide to program development and evaluation. This book describes the overall context of four-year schools and universities, their missions and goals, and how the study of aging fits in with their curricula and programs in liberal arts, general education, and specialty areas. This volume answers a wide range of questions related to curriculum planning and development, student recruitment and career placement, faculty development, and resource issues. This book was meant to be used in conjunction with Gerontology Program Development and Evaluation (see above).

Actual Size: 8 1/2 in x 11 in  Click to order on line  or  click here to print an order form to mail or fax.