Use Multiple Advisory Approaches to Build an Effective Academic Advising Practice (EDU518E)

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Event Details
  • Pre-recorded Webinar
  • 60 minutes
  • Wed, May 30, 2018
Event Description

Adjust Your Advising Strategy to Fit the Student

When advising college students, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. Your advisory toolkit must be as varied as students’ disparate learning patterns and developmental needs. Yet many academic advisors aren’t equipped to use multiple, dynamic methods to meet a diverse set of demands. Do you often ask yourself: Should I be more coach or teacher? Should I be proactive, appreciative, or constructive in my approach?

Learn how to adjust your approach and better promote student success in this information-packed webinar presented by student advisory expert Dr. Joanne K. Damminger. You will learn multiple, tried-and-true strategies to advising; their major tenets; and when their application is most beneficial. Damminger will explain how to utilize multiple tactics to connect with students and better ensure that advisees understand and make the best use of your services.

After attending this audio event, you will have a fuller-scope advising toolkit, complete with an understanding of how to use various approaches to meet individual student needs. You’ll also be able to share these new methods with colleagues and your institution’s student relations team.

Session Highlights

This program will teach you how to:

  • Understand advising theory, strategies, and approaches.
  • Utilize different advising styles and methods, such as developmental, career, proactive, appreciative and strengths-based, Socratic, and constructivist advising.
  • Understand advising as teaching, as well as advising as coaching.
  • Recognize the benefits of multiple advising approaches to effectively meet the needs of your advisees.
  • Know when to apply various advising methods in your practice
  • Determine when several approaches overlap in their techniques and purposes.

Who Should Attend

  • Academic advisors who are new to the field of advising
  • Experienced advisors who do not have training in advising approaches
  • Advisors who are new to the concept of career advising
  • Advising administrators (assistant directors and directors) who would like to learn more about advising approaches
  • College-level Deans/Directors, Associate/Assistant Deans and Directors, faculty, and professional staff members
  • Enrollment management leaders

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About Our Speaker(s)

Dr. Joanne K. Damminger
Joanne Damminger is currently an adjunct professor at Wilmington University in Delaware in the Doctoral Program in Higher Education Leadership and Innovation. She is also an adjunct at Rowan University in New Jersey teaching in the Masters in Higher Education Program. One of the courses she teaches is "Academic Advisin... More info


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