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Introduction

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Razan Goussous

on 30 November 2014

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Transcript of Introduction

ADVISORY
Goals
Program
Goals related to
sense of connection
Advisors are to thoroughly know their advisees
as learners and as individuals
Advisors will create harmony among
the advisory group so that each student
will feel a sense of belonging to a group
Goals related to
Goals related to
Goals related to
Goals related to
Goals related to
parents/guardians contact
adjustments
academic advising
development of intra personal skills
development of inter personal skills
Advisors are the primary & consistent
contact for parents and are accessible to them
Advisors are partners with parents
in the student's progress
Advisors facilitate students’ transition to King’s
or to a new grade level in all areas
(academic , boarding life, co-curriculars, emotional/social)
Advisors are a reliable source of information
regarding policies, expectations, procedures
and opportunities in the school
Advisors help their advisees develop
study & organizational skills
Advisors monitor their advisees’
academic progress
Advisors engage in goal settings
and self-assessment
Advisors help students advocate
for themselves and reach out to adults
Advisors know the curriculum and assist
students in meeting school & graduation requirements.
Advisors will support advisees in their
personal growth and in achieving the school’s
mission of being “independent, creative and responsible thinkers”
For that, advisors offer a listening ear,
openly discuss personal issues
and provide mature advice
Advisors will provide opportunities and
assistance for students to develop:
• Constructive peer relationships
• Cooperation and team work skills
• Positive contribution to the community
Advisors support their advisees in achieving
the school’s mission “to excel, to cherish one another
and to prepare for leadership”
Format
- Advisors help their advisees develop study & organizational skills

- Advisors monitor their advisees’ academic progress

- Advisors engage in goal settings & self-assessment

- Advisors help students advocate for themselves
and reach out to adults

- Advisors know the curriculum and assist students in meeting school & graduation requirements.
Curriculum
Introduction
Few details
Topics
Why?
What?
When?
- To support advisory in meeting the goals of the advisory program

- To create a stronger link between different advisory groups

- To create a stronger link between advisory time and other school activities such as class/school meetings, classes or dorm activities.
- An Advisory Curriculum that will be sent to you and that has many topics, interesting resources, dicussion questions & ideas.

- A section in the weekly update dedicated to the Advisory Curriculum


- The Advisory Curriculum will be introduced during faculty orientation

- There will be a section in the weekly update when needed.

- We will gather your feedback, possibly in the middle and at the end of the year
Interesting

- Making the Transition
- Tools for Learning
- Digital Responsibility
- Physical Self-care
- Meaningful Relationships
- A path of Self-discovery
- Dealing with Challenges


For every Topic, you might find:

- Info & Articles
- Stories & Biographies
- Quotes & Poems
- Images & Videos
- Surveys & Scales
- Discussion & Debate questions
- Art & indoor activities
- Outdoor activities & Excursions
- Community Service ideas
- Other
The list
of
TOPICS
Topics can be used according to:

- School year progression
- Age group
- Advisee's interests & requests
- Advisee's difficulties
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