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Accentuate the Positive: Using Specific Positive Feedback for Student Success

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Kristen Ruperrt

on 16 November 2011

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Transcript of Accentuate the Positive: Using Specific Positive Feedback for Student Success

Accentuate the Positive:
Using Specific Positive Feedback for Student Success This is a Twitter Friendly presentation. Feel free to tweet your little hearts out, and hashtag us at #ChrisAndKris Presentation By:
Chris Conzen, Director of Campus Activities and Student Leadership Development at Suffolk County Community College
Kristen Rupert, Academic Advisor at The Ohio State University Specific Positive feedback (SPF) refers to verbal positive acknowledgement of effective behaviors, attitude, and personality traits exhibited by a student. What is Self Efficacy? Albert Bandura describes self -efficacy as “the belief in one’s capabilities to organize and execute the courses of action required to manage prospective situations” the ability to succeed in definitive situations. Self Efficacy. Okay,So what? Students with a strong sense of self efficacy tend to:
View adversity as a challenge
Develop a deeper interest in the activities and organizations
Have a stronger sense of commitment to activities and formal leadership roles
Handle disappointment better
Have the ability to engage in more difficult and meaningful conversations
Be overall more prepared for a post college environment. SPF?

You mean like Sun protetction Factor? SPF should be... Stop. collaborate and listen How? Well SPF ofcourse... Specific, Timely, Balanced Student Activities Activities Residence Life orientation Fraternity and Sorority Life Advising etc... aka every area of Student Affairs Questions? Whats next?
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