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Explore proactive, prescriptive, and developmental advising models. Learn how technology and data can improve the advising experience for students and advisors.


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  1. Advisement Training & Assessment Manager Presentation Katherine Brickey

  2. About Me

  3. Prompts & Objective 01 My preferred advising approach 02 The use of Technology in Academic Advising 03 The role of Data and Assessment in Academic Advising How each of these could be used to improve or enhance the advising experience for students and advisors. Understand how technology and data is improved upon, in hopes that this will inform our attitude toward the technology we use and the data we extract. Keyword: Possibilities

  4. Approaches Proactive Advising Prescriptive Advising Developmental Advising This advising model is based around the idea that not all students are going to take the initiative/may not know how to take the initiative when in need of advising. Prescriptive advising is linear communication from the advisor to the advisee and places most of the responsibility not on the student, but the advisor. The advisor is required to have the answers. The developmental advising model holds that the academic advisor and the advisee are partners in educational discovery in which responsibility is shared between the participants.

  5. Utah Valley University Institutional Research Data Over 25 YO 25% First Gen 33% Non resident 10% BIPOC 18%

  6. 01 My preferred advising approach

  7. Coaching Through Literature Training training on effective listening and communication skills, diversity and inclusivity, and extracting meaning from texts Gather participants Academic advisors and students Text selection and study implement Selection of diverse texts and poems addressing diverse issues. One month long qualitative and quantitative data Outcomes Students build on their critical thinking, decision- making, problem-solving, introspection, and self- advocacy life-long essential skills collection

  8. I'm learning to say thank you. And I'm learning to say please. And I'm learning to use Kleenex, Not my sweater, when I sneeze. And I'm learning not to dribble. And I'm learning not to slurp. And I'm learning (though it sometimes really hurts me) Not to burp. And I'm learning to chew softer When I eat corn on the cob. And I'm learning that it's much Much easier to be a slob. Quick Practice Learning By Judith Viorst

  9. 02 Use of Technology in Academic Advising

  10. Think of the Possibilities No pictures Flip phone Low pixel High definition 1980s 1990s 2000s Now

  11. Our Old Technology

  12. New Technology

  13. Process of Improving Technology & Data Collection Success Rate

  14. Review Stage: Feedback From Users

  15. 03 The role of Data and Assessment in Academic Advising

  16. Data can tell us whether technology is working for us Improve People s Lives Make Informed Decisions Stop Molehills From Turning Into Mountains Find Solutions To Problems More collaboration across department Back Up Your Arguments

  17. We encourage and embrace the possibilities.

  18. Works Cited https://nacada.ksu.edu/Programs/Excellence-in-Academic- Advising.aspx https://www.missouristate.edu/Policy/Chapter3/Op3_26_4_AdvisingTh eories.htm chrome- extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj/https://www.middlesex. mass.edu/advising/downloads/advtheories.pdf

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