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Breakout Session 2 June 26 - Shared screen with speaker view
Fred Bennett
07:52
Did I understand correctly that you leave it up to students to contact the coaches regularly? One of the greatest problems our advisors have is chasing after students who are incommunicado except when in class, or have been identified by teachers as needing help but do not seek it out. (Even if "seeking help" is taught in a Foundations-like course, students don't necessarily implement it uniformly.) Do your coaches do SOME chasing?
Fred Bennett
08:44
Thanks for the clarification.
Ashly Winkle
08:58
I am curious about the 100 students. Do coaches try to communicated with all of them each week?
Isabelle Nguyen
10:16
I work for the public library in NY. How do you recommend for us to get a coach? What are the qualifications for us to choose from our volunteer list?
heather Ritchie
10:25
Thinking about how this model could support our program...We have a tutoring model and a student services support team for non-academic related supports (which include career supports). If we considered this model, would you see this as an additional support or would/could this model be utilized instead? I really want to look at the slides again! What do you find the coaches spend the most time on ?
Ashly Winkle
10:27
Thank you
Ashly Winkle
10:35
What do you cover in your coachings?
Isabelle Nguyen
15:57
As of right now I think we use case managers as coaches for our programs at our Adult Learning Center
jlehrman@iste.org
16:46
That's great, Isabelle! I think coaching could/should be part of the future of Adult Education.
heather Ritchie
27:34
thank you so much! have to run. this was very informative.
Jen Vanek
27:48
Tanks, heather!
jlehrman@iste.org
29:01
Please reach out anytime! jlehrm@dcc.edu and tthoma1@dcc.edu
Ashly Winkle
29:05
Interesting session. thank you
Claire Gilliam
29:24
Thank you!
Fred Bennett
29:26
Thank you.
Charmyn Tumey
29:39
Thank you!