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Holding students accountable 7 31-12

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    Holding students accountable 7 31-12 Holding students accountable 7 31-12 Presentation Transcript

    • Tools for Great StudentAccountability Advising and Program Management
    • What We’ll Cover• The Ingredients you need• BWBRS is your friend• Clear Standards to Succeed• Clear Repercussions• Bridges out• Exceptions
    • Results Process RelationshipsIngredients Balancing 3You Need dimensions
    • BWBRSis yourfriend!1. Admin Accounts 4. Track Service Activities2. Student Accounts 5. Track Accomplishments3. Partner Accounts 6. Track AmeriCorps
    • Administrator AccountsSet log-in emailSet notification roles
    • Settings for All Accounts1. Reset password2. BWBRS notification frequency
    • Student ListYou’ll maintainyour studentlist here
    • Student ProfilesThe Student Profileshave four main tabs::1. GENERAL2. CONTACT3. DOCUMENTATION4. ENROLLMENT
    • Partner& PositionListYou’ll maintaina profile ofall yourservicepartners here
    • PartnerProfilesEach partnerhas it’s owndescription.
    • PositionProfilesEach position hasit’s owndescription.
    • eSignatureAccess forSite Coordinators Site coordinators can be assigned to positions with login access to approve hour logs....
    • StudentCommunityLearning Each semester studentsAgreement create a CLA for their primary service site.
    • StudentHour LogsStudents recordall their serviceand traininghours in BWBRS.
    • Service Students record what they gotAccomplishments done through their service.
    • BonnerAmeriCorpsTrackingEasily determinehow status on this&and other reports.
    • ClearStandardsto Succeed• Printed guidelines and expectations• Have students review and sign a contract or agreement.
    • Sample Expectations The Bonner Program is rooted in relationship – whether it’s peer-to-peer or out in the community. Bonner is not just about completing hours and your commitment to the program should reflect that. Bonner Scholars are expected to: • Engage in dialogue and activities during class meetings and retreats • Demonstrate respect for the opinions and cultures of others • Ask questions when you need help and meet with Bonner staff in a timely manner about any issues or concerns • Meet deadlines for documentation, including CLAs and hour logs • Support and encourage fellow Bonners
    • Enforced Policies CLAs should be turned in within one week of starting their site.   Weekly/Monthly Hour Logs:  Students should be expected to complete an average weekly and monthly total of hours. If students fall behind this guideline, you should ask to meet with them. Policies for Late/Missing Hour Logs: Have a written policy for handling students who submit late or missing hours.  
    • Training and Logging Hours Train students to write effective CLAs (or update their positions) and use BWBRS.  This should take place at the beginning of the program/semester.  Some do it during Orientation, but it is helpful to do it when the student can actually log on! Use “Making CLA’s Great” and the sample one-pagers Students should be asked to log hours on a consistent basis — weekly!   This will get students in a habit of logging hours and will start a productive pattern.