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   Coaching and Advising:    Similarities    › Rosters    › One-on-one meetings    › Diverse student      populations   ...
"Developmental academic                         advising is defined as a                         systematic process based ...
Mottarella, Fritzsche, &     Cerabino 2004                            The student-advisor relationship, coupled with      ...
   1492 FTIC students coached    › Overall retained: 89.89%    › Historically retained: 87%   332 CARE sophomore student...
?   How did we do?    › Group Summaries    › Student Feedback    › Presenter Feedback   Question Streaming    › Is there...
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Nacada Region 4 Miami 2014

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  2. 2.  Coaching and Advising: Similarities › Rosters › One-on-one meetings › Diverse student populations Coaching and Advising: Differences › Meeting Frequency › Evaluation Process › Coach Training  Relationship-building  Focused questioning  Active listening
  3. 3. "Developmental academic advising is defined as a systematic process based on a close student-advisor relationship intended to aid students in achieving educational, career, and personal goals through the utilization of the full range ofWinston et al. (1984)described institutional and communitydevelopmental advising resources.”in the following way:
  4. 4. Mottarella, Fritzsche, & Cerabino 2004 The student-advisor relationship, coupled with student-focused and process-oriented meetings have been proven to positively impact advisee satisfaction.Pascarella & Terenzini Studies found that strong faculty and staff 1991 relationships with students have a positive impact on retention.
  5. 5.  1492 FTIC students coached › Overall retained: 89.89% › Historically retained: 87% 332 CARE sophomore students coached › Overall retained: 90.36% › Historically retained: 84% Students included in this data also reported higher rate of satisfaction with Advising First and FSU
  6. 6. ? How did we do? › Group Summaries › Student Feedback › Presenter Feedback Question Streaming › Is there such a thing as a “bad question?” It doesn’t take that long to connect! Questioning pays off for students

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