By Jayne K. Drake
Strong educational advising has been came across to be a key contributor to pupil endurance (Center for Public schooling, 2012), and lots of are anticipated to play an advising function, together with educational, occupation, and college advisors; counselors; tutors; and scholar affairs employees. but there's little education on how you can accomplish that. a number of advising techniques exist, each one of which has its personal proponents.
To serve more and more complicated better schooling associations worldwide and their various pupil cohorts, educational advisors needs to comprehend a number of advising ways and adroitly adapt them to their very own scholar populations. Academic Advising Approaches outlines a large choice of confirmed advising practices and methods that aid scholars grasp the required abilities to accomplish their educational and occupation objectives. This publication embeds theoretical bases inside practical...
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Laurie A. Schreiner is professor and Chair of the Doctoral Programs in Higher Education at Azusa Pacific University, having spent 25 years in higher education as a psychology professor and associate academic dean prior to coming to Azusa Pacific. Coauthor of The Student Satisfaction Inventory (1994), Dr. Schreiner is also coauthor of Helping Sophomores Succeed (2010) and StrengthsQuest: Discover and Develop Your Strengths in College and Beyond (2006), as well as numerous journal articles and book chapters on engaged learning, student satisfaction, sophomore success, faculty development, and advising.
He received his PhD in History from the University of Chicago and also serves as an adjunct professor in the History Department at The University of Iowa. PART ONE Foundations of Academic Advising Practice Drawn from student development and learning theories, the chapters within part one explain and illustrate time-honored approaches to advisors’ work with students. 1 Advising Strategies to Support Student Learning Success Linking Theory and Philosophy With Intentional Practice Ezekiel Kimball and Susan M.
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