Chapter 2: Passion: Management Behavior to Build an Engaged Learning Mindset
From the Book: The Refractive Thinker®: Vol. VI: Post-Secondary Education


Faculty learning environment leadership has the capacity to encourage student engagement and motivation through combining leadership practice, student assessment, and curriculum differentiation. The outcome can mean significant student engagement and motivation toward an understood ability to achieve significant academic outcomes that matter to the student. Through a practice of faculty stewardship and servant leadership, faculty leaders can modify classroom environments to enable students to create self-driven mindset of learning initiatives that achieve identified measurable outcomes.