Theoretical Frameworks of Advising and Personal Tutoring: An Analysis of 16 Years of Scholarship Related to the Personalisation of Learning and Student Success
Thursday, September 3, 2020 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
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Publications related to academic advising across institutional and international contexts reveal insights into the history and knowledge base of this emerging area of educational responsibility. To learn more about the trends in the scholarship of academic advising and personal, a research team conducted a content analysis to examine 16 years of peer-reviewed articles from 2002 through 2019 across multiple academic publications. The authors use a coding process to identify topics and research designs used in each study. This presentation will start with an overview of the full project, and then focus on the range of theoretical frameworks used in the literature, with particular attention to those studies addressing the personalisation of learning and student success. Results will inform the future of scholarship related to academic advising and personal tutoring in further and higher education.
This session addresses the following competencies of the UKAT Professional Framework for Advising and Tutoring
P1 - Create and support environments that consider the needs and perspectives of students, and respect individual learners
R1 - Build advising and tutoring relationships through empathetic listening and compassion for students, and be accessible in ways that challenge, support, nurture, and teach
R2 - Communicate in an inclusive and respectful manner