What does 'Re-involvement Stage' mean?
Find out what Re-involvement Stage means. Re-involvement Stage is explained by Tina L. Quick - author of The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition
Re-involvement StageThe fifth and final stage of the Transition Cycle when a person once again feels a part of the community and enjoys relationships, roles, reputation and responsibilities. For college and university students, this stage often comes after a long break away from school such as the winter or summer break. When they return to campus or their apartment or dorm room, it may feel more like home than their room at home
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"... stages of transition as Dr. Pollock outlines them are:
1. Involvement Stage
2. Leaving Stage
3. Transition Stage
4. Entering Stage
5. Re-involvement Stage
If you were to attempt to draw a diagram of the transition cycle, it might look something like this:
While transitions are never ..."
"...Re-involvement Stagesitioning Successfully for University” seminars, a student asked the question, “How long does it take to get through the transition cycle?” So we directed it to an ATCK graduate student who often speaks at my workshops about her own personal experiences. Her response and many students concur, is that the
"...Re-involvement Stagen campus after a long hiatus such as winter or summer break, and they feel more like it has become home, they have arrived at the Re-involvement Stage. Just as in the Involvement stage when they were still at home finishing out secondary school, they once again have status. They
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