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Play can be beneficial in academic advising as it can be used to help students make decisions, explore options, and create plans. Additionally, play can
assist students in solving conflicts and sharing values, both of which help students make educated decisions regarding their college choices. Examples
of types of play in all six phases of appreciative advising (disarm, discover, dream, design, deliver, don't settle) are discussed, as well as ways advisors
can engage in play themselves.

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play, play in advising, appreciative advising
Posted in: 2023 June 46:2
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