Academic Advising Approaches Companion Resources

Following are companion resources to the book, Academic Advising Approaches: Strategies That Teach Students to Make the Most of College.


Resources include:

Instructor Materials 

PART ONE - Foundations of Academic Advising Practice

Chapter 1: Advising Strategies to Support Student Learning Success: Linking Theory and Philosophy With Intentional Practice by Ezekiel Kimball and Susan M. Campbell

Chapter 2 Resources: Advising as Teaching and the Advisor as Teacher in Theory and in Practice by Jayne K. Drake

Chapter 3 Resources: Learning-Centered Advising by Maura M. Reynolds

Chapter 4 Resources: Developmental Academic Advising by Thomas J. Grites

Chapter 4a: Voices from the Field: So, I've Been Thinking...O'Banion in Reserve

PART TWO - A New Light: Viewing the Practice of Academic Advising From Different Perspectives

Chapter 5: Motivational Interviewing: Helping Advisors Initiate Change in Student Behaviors by Judy Hughey and Robert Pettay

Chapter 6: Appreciative Advising by Jennifer L. Bloom, Bryant L. Hutson, and Ye He

Chapter 6a: Voices from the Field: Applying Appreciative Advising

Chapter 7: Strengths-Based Advising by Laurie A. Schreiner

Chapter 8: Academic Advising Informed by Self-authorship Theory by Janet K. Schulenberg

Chapter 9: Proactive Advising by Jennifer Varney

Chapter 9a: Voices from the Field: Increasing first-year student engagement through mid-year self-reflections

Chapter 10: Advising as Coaching by Jeffrey McClellan

PART THREE - A New Lens: Applying Theories From Other Disciplines to the Practice of Academic Advising

Chapter 11: The Application of Constructivism and Systems Theory to Academic Advising by Terry Musser and Frank Yoder

Chapter 12: Socratic Advising by Janet M. Spence and Nora A. Scobie

Chapter 13: Understanding and Interpretation: A Hermeneutic Approach to Advising by Sarah Champlin-Scharff and Peter L. Hagen

PART FOUR - A New Path: Envisioning the Future of Academic Advising

Chapter 14: Envisioning the Future by Marc Lowenstein