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Falling Down the Rabbit Hole - Tales of Advisor Training and Development

Approaches to facing the challenges of training

Tyann Cherry

on 27 August 2010

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Transcript of Falling Down the Rabbit Hole - Tales of Advisor Training and Development

Falling Down the Rabbit Hole - Tales of Advisor Training and Development Tyann Cherry
Bethany Keller
Kim Kleinman areas to address Quite the tea party and you're invited! 1 Director 2 Asst. Directors 3 Senior Advisors 3 Academic Advisors 4.5 Front Office Staff 10 team appointments Advising @ majority undergraduate faculty driven
Faculty heavily involved through Freshman Days
Initial intake for most undg students happens through the advising center
majority of graduate staff driven
Let the games begin! Relational Informational conceptual the consequences of a student being dismissed from a program program requirements how to best engage a student who is on academic probation the mission of advising at University of wonderland the core values of academic advising how to best enagage a graduate student in a candid conversation regarding career goals "Curiouser and curiouser!" - Alice "We're all mad here." - The Cheshire cat Things to consider "Begin at the beginning and go on till you come to the end: then stop." - The King where we started... "Sentence first -- verdict afterwards." - The Queen down the rabbit hole in 2008, 2009, 2010 Freshman Days program in place
Faculty driven undergrad model
one time sit down with new faculty
new leadership
more funding
larger team
concentrated effort, thoughtful construction
online training course
through the looking glass

Questions? Tyann Cherry - cherry@webster.edu Bethany Keller - bethanys@webster.edu Dr. Kim Kleinman - kleinman@webster.edu Thanks for coming! informational conceptual relational what information do advisors need to have access to or know regarding programs and policies? what theories, concepts or research can help advisors
when working with their students? what skills do advisors need to develop to tackle difficult conversations? ANSWERS ANSWERS ANSWERS technology component the personal component McClellan, J.L. (2007). Content Components for Advisor Training: Revisited. Retrieved -08/20/10- from NACADA Clearinghouse of Academic Advising Resources Web site: http://www.nacada.ksu.edu/Clearinghouse/AdvisingIssues/Training-Revisited.htm
communication is key connections are what matter brown bags
individual faculty relationship building
training webinars "It would be so nice if something made sense for a change." - Alice +14% +26% +34% +24% Just the facts on track to increase another 26% in 2010
Already 5,000 appts in 2010
Online continues to grow
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