Peer Advising for Fall 2020 - Coggle Diagram
Peer Advising for Fall 2020
Peer Advising budget is removed from Advising Budget
First time Peer Advisors can receive course credit for their time
Remove the responsibility of Committees
During this semester, take advantage of the fact that everything will be digital
Think creatively about Peer Advisors doing group sessions
Make it less formal and just a group of students coming together to ensure that they are registering for the right classes
Make it a communal experience for all involved
Similar to Study Groups, except they'll be advertised in a Guerilla style
Students will be able to post it to their Social Media without the concerns of getting things cleared by committees
We can use institutional resources to suggest students who may be willing to help
Reach out to Athletics to see if there are additoinal incentives they could provide
Express how this can benefit multple teams
Teams can have their own representatives who have an understanding of courses to take
Ask/Create a list of students who can be "Peer Ambassadors"
Reach out to Divisions to see if there are additional incentives to be added
Is there something beyond Independent Studies that can be offered?
Keep Course on LOIS
Students who have taken the course can try to be a Course Assistant
Remove Course from LOIS
We would have to make the program close to 100% voluntary
Would we have the time to do additional recruiting?
Could we position this as another studet-driven activity?
How would this be different from the Committee model we already have?
It would be 100% student driven
Would there be any incentives to the program?
Students would still need to be trained on how to assist students
There would still need to be some commitment made
Peer Advising budget remains in our budget
Program can be run similar to the way it has always been run
Would we keep committees?
Is there a way to give students more autonmy over decisions, while still accomplishing the task we need them to complete?
Peer Advisors can meet with students before Course Registration
Group Meetings would be the most efficient
How quickly would we be able to CLAS students to understand the new Advising Cultural Shift?
Should we have a (Fake) Session early in the semester that will allow students to understand the importance of attending these sessions?
We could prioritize that first-year students can only meet one-on-one with Peer Advisors
Peer Advisors will support LU 101