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  • 1. Decision-making Approaches/Techniques for Exploring Students: Past, Present and Future George Steele [email_address] University of Southern Maine Workshop
  • 2. Overview
    • Review several decision-making approaches/techniques for exploring students
    • Compare “old” paper approaches to OLN and USM Web-services
    • Group will identify decision-making services/support that could be incorporated into the USM Web-based services
  • 3. Decision-making Approaches/Techniques
    • Overview of process
    • Linking decision making process to action steps or resources
    • Addressing the role of values
    • Decision making tools
    • Identification of interests
    • Overview of primary required courses
    • Overview of academic programs
    • Comparing career classification systems: establishing patterns
    • Linking academic majors to career classification systems
    • Identifying one’s decision making style and addressing implications
    • Assessing how one uses time
    • Distinguishing skills from interests
    • Helping students synthesize and evaluate the exploration process
    • Informational Interviews
  • 4. Questions?
    • What decision making processes, approaches, or techniques would you add to your traditional services? To your Web-based services?
    • What other changes would you make?