Advising for
Results
Louis Cabuhat, RN
Academic Dean
Bryman College
Managing the
Success of
At-Risk Students
What does it look like now?
 Required
 Reactive
 Routine
 Rote
 Isolated event
 Results-driven?
What could it be?
 Proactive
 Useful
 Unique (no photocopies)
 Living document
 Student-driven
Who could it support?
 ATB students
 GED students
 SAP NOT MET students
 SAP Probates
 Attendance policy violators
 ...
Who are the players?
 Student (partner / agreement)
 Advisor (“expert” / partner)
 DoE (approver / manager)
 Instructo...
What is the process?
 Creating a culture of feedback
 Creating an environment of
support
 Notification
 Meeting with S...
What are the roadblocks?
 Time
 Staff
 Space
 Priority
 Training
 Other??
What are the opportunities?
 Support structures
 Peer tutoring
 Tutoring/Advising “center” – copies of study
guides, ma...
What are the potential outcomes?
 Connection / Relationship
 When the student leaves the advising they
should feel there...
DO NOT JUST
CHECK THE
BOX!!!
What is your
plan!!!
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Managing behaviors in and out of the classroom is one of the more important tasks of a post-secondary instructor. This slide deck is a teacher's resource for supporting student success by mapping advising strategies that work and that don't work.

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Louis Cabuhat, RN: Advising for Results

  1. 1. Advising for Results Louis Cabuhat, RN Academic Dean Bryman College
  2. 2. Managing the Success of At-Risk Students
  3. 3. What does it look like now?  Required  Reactive  Routine  Rote  Isolated event  Results-driven?
  4. 4. What could it be?  Proactive  Useful  Unique (no photocopies)  Living document  Student-driven
  5. 5. Who could it support?  ATB students  GED students  SAP NOT MET students  SAP Probates  Attendance policy violators  Learning challenged  Re-entry students  Returns from LOA  Program shifters  Barrier students  New students
  6. 6. Who are the players?  Student (partner / agreement)  Advisor (“expert” / partner)  DoE (approver / manager)  Instructor (crux - a vital, basic, decisive, or pivotal point)  Registrar (compliance / documentation)  Anyone else?
  7. 7. What is the process?  Creating a culture of feedback  Creating an environment of support  Notification  Meeting with Student  Follow-up  Documentation  Registrar
  8. 8. What are the roadblocks?  Time  Staff  Space  Priority  Training  Other??
  9. 9. What are the opportunities?  Support structures  Peer tutoring  Tutoring/Advising “center” – copies of study guides, materials for study skills, flashcards, education resource page training  First week test  Random, proactive advisings  Form for the student – daily/weekly check-offs  Other?
  10. 10. What are the potential outcomes?  Connection / Relationship  When the student leaves the advising they should feel there is someone who personally cares for them  She has someone to call or go to for help (hand out business cards)  Knows who they can call on or go to for help (contact sheet, tutoring schedule, etc.)  Leave the advising confident that he will graduate and be a success!
  11. 11. DO NOT JUST CHECK THE BOX!!!
  12. 12. What is your plan!!!

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