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A personal advising philosophy should be sufficiently structured to give a framework to the advising process, but fluid enough to allow encounters with new scenarios, new students, and new academic and curricular developments. It should be nimble enough to respond to the ever-changing world of higher education in an ever-changing world.

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advising philosophy, Ellyn Mulcahy
Posted in: 2022 March 45:1
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An ecological perspective can help us to understand the differences between how students are impacted or influenced by their environments compared to their peers. This is crucial to keep in mind, as different students will react to and be influenced by their environments in different ways.

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Ellyn Mulcahy, coronavirus, ecological perspective
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The use of vector to explain a structure that carries, delivers, or directs us to information (of any type) is especially suitable to advising during a time of uncertainty that requires adaptability and the ability to both anticipate and manage change.

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academic advising, Ellyn Mulcahy, competence, purpose
Posted in: 2021 June 44:2

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