Advising Strategies for Students on Academic Probation
Description :Category : Digital Recordings
In previous webinars sponsored by NACADA’s Probation/Dismissal/Reinstatement Issues Interest Group, panelists shared information and strategies for assisting students who are on academic probation, facing dismissal, or seeking reinstatement. Participants responded to those events with appreciation for the information, ideas, and materials shared and requests for additional strategies to assist them in meeting the needs of these struggling students. To address these requests, PDR Issues Interest Group Chair Joy Cox recruited authors to write articles for NACADA's quarterly e-publication, Academic Advising Today, and develop a Pocket Guideon this topic. In this 60-minute videocast presentation, Joy leads authors from these publications – Julie Preece and Cynthia Wong (Brigham Young University) Kelly Reddick (East Carolina University), and Kristin Lively (IUPUI) – in sharing the good work being done at their institutions to help academically at risk students find their way to successful degree completion.
- What happens when chronically struggling students are given another chance?
- Maximizing the use of an early alert system through advisor outreach
- Individualizing an academic probation program through institutional partnerships and selective technology systems
- Member: $125.00
- Non-Member: $250.00