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Advising as Teaching is a recommended model for advisors of artistic undergraduate students. Through this model, advisors can help guide artistic
leaders of tomorrow into self-efficacy through use of principles related to metacognitive practices. It is important for students in the arts to be supported
by advisors who have a keen understanding of the field, and of those who call the arts their professional home. The collaboration between the advisor
and their artist-student throughout the undergraduate journey, as built through the “Advising as Teaching” model, can affect the student’s ability to reflect,
to choose, to grow, to exemplify and to achieve. Advising students in the arts can have an incredible impact on the learner, and their community of
practice, by choosing to engage in Learner-Centric Advising.

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Artistic, Advising, Learning-centric, Self-efficacy, Metacognition
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