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Academic coaching is a powerful retention tool for at-risk, probationary, international, and other critical student populations. Coaching allows students to have one-on-one conversations with professionals who help them set academic goals and fill any gaps that exist between academic advising, tutoring, career services, and counseling. An in-house academic coaching model is a cost-effective approach to serving high-risk student groups.
Join us online to explore two success-driven approaches to academic coaching. Highlighting the coaching program at the Florida State University, our expert instructor will share the steps for building, evaluating, and improving an academic coaching model on your campus.
- History/Theoretical framework
- Overview of different coaching methodologies
- Determining the right framework
- Institutional priorities/initiatives
- Budget structure
- Sustainability and scaling
- Establishing appropriate outcomes
- Strategic outreach
- Recruiting and training a coaching staff
- Identifying coaches
- Setting accountability/incentive measures
- Linking resources
- Foundational skill-sets
- Measuring impact
- Program evaluation
- Communication planning
Who should attend?
This online training is designed for student affairs leaders and other campus personnel who are involved in improving student achievement and retention by building/enhancing academic coaching programs. Faculty will explore different coaching program options appropriate for varying campuses.