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Breakout Session at #map13

Breakout Session at #map13
Winnipeg, MB, Canada
November 1, 2013

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    • Backwards Design for Advising 2013 MAP Conference @laurapasquini November 1, 2013 Winnipeg, MB, Canada 1
    • What expectations do your students have for advising?
    • How Do You Assess Learning & Advising Outcomes? Do you have an Advising Syllabus? 3
    • Why Advising as Teaching? First Year Experience/Seminar • Transfer Student Support Group Advising Model Needs • Cohorts of Advisees • Major/Program Specific Cohorts • Collaborative Learning Communities • Holistic Advising Approach 5
    • There must be others ways to support our students Image c/o The Out Sourcing Company http://www.theoutsourcingcompany.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/idea.jpg
    • Lessons From… -First Year Seminar -Advising Communication -Campus Experiences -Programs @tanyajoosten http://tanyajoosten.com/ -Advising Syllabus
    • We Keep Going Forwards with Design & Learning (Technology): •Learning Management System (LMS) •Campus Wikis •Web Conferencing Tools •Social Media: Blogs & SNS What does your campus use?
    • Wiggins & McTighe, 2005
    • Understanding by Design: 1.Identify desired results (learning outcomes) 2.Determine acceptable evidence (means to assess if learners have learned) 3.Plan learning experience and instruction
    • Identify Desired Results
    • What learning outcome would you like your advisees to accomplish? What are things you would like your students to learn after their advising appointment or within their first year on campus? Consider what you want them to learn after they meet with an advisor.
    • Determine Acceptable Evidence
    • How will you know that your advisees achieved this learning outcome? Specifically, what evidence identify that learning occurs in your advising appointment, in your seminar class, or after an advising group meeting or workshop?
    • Measure & Assess Reaction: Did they like it? Usability: Did they use it? How? Easy? Behavior: Is there a changed behavior? Difference in service provision? Student reaction? Results: Is there an overall advising benefit?
    • 16
    • ANALYTICS -Google -Blog reads -Social Network Analysis -Twitter search Hashtags Institution/Office name Social Grow -Content Management Bufferapp.com Bottlenose.com SocialBro.com
    • Plan Learning Experiences
    • What do you want your students to learn? Are there technology tools to help you get there? 21
    • Connected Engagement
    • Social Media Strategy
    • Editorial Calendar and Content Assessment @julieclarsen
    • @thementalkavity
    • Use of social media does not mean that sensitive data about students or faculty/staff members will be released. Like all things, proper training should be conducted to make sure everyone is aware of protocols and best practices.
    • Active & Reflective Learning
    • Problem Based Learning
    • Social Connection
    • Peer-to-Peer Education
    • Developing Own Narrative
    • Listen to Your Students http://storify.com/
    • 35