Advising Undecided and Exploratory Students provides a background in the research and issues that defines and describes undecided and exploratory college students, as well as an example of a specialized advising curriculum, its learning outcomes, and activities with which advisors can use to compare and contrast their advising program's efforts to help these students develop their academic and career plans.
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This e-tutorial introduces, during the first week, presents an overview of issues and research related to describing and defining undecided college students, which includes examples of sub-types of students found within this population. The second two weeks provide examples of the advising curriculum, learning outcomes, and some activities developed by Dr. Gordon to help these students develop their academic and career plans. The last week has participants compare and contrast their programs' design and delivery for advising for this population of students and identify where they might improve them with the ideas derived from this e-Tutorial.
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November 6 - December 10