Building an Academic Coaching Model on Your Campus: A Case Study
Venue: Online Webcast
|Event Date/Time: Sep 19, 2011|
Coaching students on campus is a fairly recent innovation in student affairs. Filling the gap between academic advising and tutoring, coaching allows students to have one-on-one conversations with someone who can help them set academic goals.
Join us online to explore the theory behind a student-affairs-driven approach to academic coaching. You'll learn about the coaching program at the University of South Carolina and discover the first steps to building a model for your campus.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This webcast is designed for student affairs leaders and other campus personnel who are interested in improving student achievement and retention through academic coaching.
While coaching for online and adult students will not be the main focus of this session, the faculty will help identify how the appreciative advising model can be applied in these contexts. In addition, tailored suggestions for small campuses or community colleges will be offered as requested.