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Sculpting for Student Success: An Integrative Model for Academic and Career Advising

Laura Hertel, Jenna Fusinatto and Ragh Singh (University of Missouri)
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raghvendra singh

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Transcript of Sculpting for Student Success: An Integrative Model for Academic and Career Advising

Career Advising
Why the need for an integrative model of academic and career advising and why now?
Why do students go to college?
2012 freshman norms report
Economics over Intellectualism
Historical Evolution: Academic Advising
Differences: Natives VS Immigrants
Processing Information
Multitasking
Sense of Identity
Legacy versus Future Learning
Processing Information
Digital Natives retrieve information and communicate with their peers very quickly (Prensky 2001)
Digital immigrants often take the longer route, be it verifying with their peers what they communicated technologically via Facebook or texting with face-to-face confirmation
Multitasking
Digital Immigrants one step at a time, is often the norm through a linear and logical progression
Digital Immigrants one step at a time, is often the norm through a linear and logical progression
Sense of Identity
Digital Natives use technology as an extension of their bodies
Digital Immigrants use technology to reach someone or to set up a face-to-face meeting
Legacy VS Future Learning
Legacy content includes reading, writing, arithmetic, logical thinking, understanding the writings and ideas of the past- all of your traditional curriculum (Prensky 2001)
Future content is surprisingly not just digital and technological, while it includes software, robotics, nanotechnology etc., it also includes the ethics, politics, sociology, languages and other things that go with them (Prensky 2001)
What the future holds?
The probable evolution of digital immigrants into Homo sapiens digital is what the future beholds, they will differ from the digital immigrants since they will accept digital enhancement as an integral fact of human existence, thus leading to digital wisdom (Prensky 2009)
The gap between Digital Immigrants and Digital Natives will be reduced by Digital enhancement. In fact, at our own pace we are all moving, by fits and starts towards it….
References
Cunningham, B. (2007). Digital Native or Digital Immigrant, Which Language Do You Speak? Retrieved from NACADA Clearinghouse of Academic Advising Resources Web site http://www.nacada.ksu.edu/Clearinghouse/AdvisingIssues/Digital-Natives.htm
Prensky, Marc. (October, 2001) Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants. Retrieved from http://www.marcprensky.com/writing/Prensky%20-%20Digital%20Natives,%20Digital%20Immigrants%20-%20Part1.pdf
Presnky, Marc. (2001) Do they really think different y? Retrieved from http://www.marcprensky.com/writing/Prensky%20-%20Digital%20Natives,%20Digital%20Immigrants%20-%20Part2.pdf
Prensky, Marc. (December, 2005) Listen to the Natives. Retrieved from http://www.marcprensky.com/writing/Prensky%20-%20Digital%20Natives,%20Digital%20Immigrants%20-%20Part1.pdf
Prensky, Marc. (2007) To Educate, We Must Listen. Retrieved from http://www.marcprensky.com/writing/Prensky-To_Educate,We_Must_Listen.pdf
Prensky, Marc. (July, 2007) Changing Paradigms. Retrieved from http://www.marcprensky.com/writing/Prensky-ChangingParadigms-01-EdTech.pdf
Prensky, Marc. (2009) Digital Wisdom (H. Sapiens Digital)- Moving beyond Natives and Immigrants. Retrieved from http://www.innovateonline.info/pdf/vol5_issue3/H._Sapiens_Digital-__From_Digital_Immigrants_and_Digital_Natives_to_Digital_Wisdom.pdf
Integrate
Sculpting for Student Success: An Integrative Model for Academic and Career Advising
University of Missouri-School of Natural Resources Advising Team

Laura Hertel -
Senior Coordinator of Student Services
Jenna Fusinatto -
Academic Advisor
Ragh Singh -
Academic and Career Advisor
Academic Advising
Evolution of Career Counseling
How we adapt to the integrative model.
(A) Is College worth the expense/debt?
(B) The Age-Old Mantra of More for Less
The Age old story: More for less
Business model
Hybridization in Higher Ed
Academic advising first performed by college presidents.
Introduction of college electives in the 19th century
After WWI, feelings and attitudes of students as well as aptitudes were taken into account.
By 1930, most colleges had formal faculty advising programs.
The NACADA established in 1979.
Academic Advising today is recognized as a critical service.
Need for vocational guidance was established after Civil War.
Placement services were offered for an increasingly urban and industrial society in the first stage of career counseling development.
WWI's need to screen draftees for assignment jobs in military.
First edition of the Dictionary of Occupational Titles published in 1939.
Several psychological, sociological and economic theories emerged.
The National Vocational Guidance Association/NCDA celebrated its 101st anniversary this year.
Integration of Academic and Career Advising: Informal approach
-Everyday Advising
-Classroom Assignments
-Conference Attendance/Job Fairs

Integration of Academic and Career Advising: Formal Approach
One stop center with full
cross-trained advisors
that provide all students with academic and career advising.
Another variation is when the academic advising and career services staff are located in the
same physical space,
but maintain some of their separate and distinct responsibilities.
Faculty based advising model
Formal Integration of Academic and Career Advising Steps
Develop a rationale and vision
Obtain Support
Plan the Integration Process
Identify the tasks
Review Rationale and Create the Structure
Determine staffing
Develop the assessment plan
Establish a Time Line
Determine the Unit location and Name
Acknowledge Feelings
Provide Resources
Implement the Plan
Review, Assess, and make adjustments
Virginia Gordon's 3-I process
In the 3-I process, students might bring academic and career concerns in any of the three phases.
INQUIRE
Career Concerns (information deficits, general indecision and personal concerns)
Advising Nontraditional Students
Cultural and Ethnic Considerations
Other special needs students
Communicating (Listening, Questioning and Technology)
INFORM
Self-Information (Interests, Abilities & Skills and Values)
Educational Information
Occupational Information
INTEGRATE
Decision Making
Other Academic and Career
Choice Influences
Future Challenges
Workplace Trends
Higher Education Trends
Implications for advisors
Generational differences
Career Advising Research
KC Sport Excursion
Internship Panel
Chillin' With The Mentors
INQUIRE...INFORM...INTEGRATE
Evaluating Information
We can all be
Super Advisors...
Mission Statement (gain support)

Business Plan (aware of negativity)

Execution

Evaluation (one semester, make adjustments)

*Start back from any step
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