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Developing and Implementing Coaching and Mentoring Programs
Within this webcast, three organizations present current coaching and mentoring programs they have developed and put in use with their students. The Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium discusses a program that was developed using grant funds. The program was developed in a three year timeline and is currently being implemented in both two and four year institutions across the consortium. Western Governors University has recently added a new dimension to their student services. Besides student and course mentors, some of their staff have also become coaches, creating a third level of service. This new level offers students awareness, planning, decision-making, and empowerment. Colorado Community Colleges Online shares a course level and audience specific mentoring approach that they have developed to work with Developmental English and Math students. Attend the webcast to learn about three very different program approaches and find out what lessons were learned as these programs were developed and put in place.
This webcast is presented by the WCET Retention Common Interest Group.
Registration is closed for the WCET webcast "Developing and Implementing Coaching and Mentoring Programs" on Thursday, April 19 at 11:00 AM MT. The free webcast will run for 60 minutes.
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Space is limited and priority will be given to current WCET members who register prior to April 16. If your institution is not a WCET member, you are welcome to register and we will confirm your spot after April 16.
7:00 AM HDT / 9:00 AM Alaska DT / 10:00 AM PDT / 11:00 AM MDT / Noon CDT / 1:00 PM EDT.
- Carolyn Rogers
- Director, Academic Programs,
- Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium
- Alice Stefaniak
- Learning Resource Specialist,
- Western Governors University
- Heidi Oberle-Barrett
- Associate Dean of Mathematics,
- Christine Lustik, Moderator
- Implementation Specialist,