UNDOCU ADVISING: WORKING WITH DACA, UNDOCUMENTED, AND DREAM STUDENTS
This special 2-week introductory
learning experience will provide a general overview of legal,
social, and economic contexts that affect access and equity to education
for DACA, undocumented, and DREAM students. This eTutorial will
introduce effective practices and begin
a conversation about creating an undocufriendly campus for students. Due
to the short duration of this eTutorial, participants will be sent a short reading to complete prior to the beginning of the session.
- January 8-23, 2019
- August 6-21, 2019
THEORY AND PRACTICE OF ADVISING
An intensive-learning experience focused on foundational theories and the application of those theories into practice. This learning experience is perfect for new advisors and/or faculty and staff new to the advising profession. Veteran advisors will gain deep background and learn new approaches to serving students.
- Feb 4-28, 2019
- March 5-29, 2019
- April 4-29, 2019
- May 6-30, 2019
- June 4-28, 2019
- July 8-August 1, 2019
- August 6-30, 2019
- Nov. 6-Dec. 10, 2019
CREATING or IMPROVING PEER ADVISING PROGRAMS
Would you like to develop an innovative and efficient program that uses peer advising to its maximum effect to serve students? Want to improve the peer advising program you have? This eTutorial is for you! Participants will experience a hands-on and practical approach to developing and nurturing the most effective peer advising program possible.
CREATING ONLINE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT USING THE NACADA CORE COMPETENCIES
This eTutorial requires participants to select
one NACADA Core Competency and use it as a basis for creating one
training/profession development activity in the Canvas environment. The Backwards by Design
instructional design framework will be used by participants to create their
lesson plan for the activity with the assumption that it will be placed within
an e-Portfolio or Learning Management System (LMS). Participants will share
their work with each other, so rather than only having one activity at the end
of this eTutorial, participants will be able to consider many more to adapt to
their local circumstance. This eTutorial is valuable for all campus personnel regardless of years of experience or institutional type.