(Originally posted November 24, 2017)
As the fall semester draws to a close, I consider all that I have learned thus far in my first two graduate classes. One thing that comes to mind is this idea that research papers, essays, and reflections can be considered more as discussions than words on paper. A jumping off point for further research down the road.
Particularly when it comes to ethical and legal issues in advising, I want to know all I can to be prepared. This paper shows how three specific core values are introduced in a brief two-part scene from a NACADA training video. I do not have permission to share the link, but I have included a description of the scene to help set the stage.
Creative reflections on academic advising and learning
Cultivating dual resilience: Teaching shame recovery and image rebuilding through academic advising.
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