Scholarly Advising and the NACADA Core Competencies: Practical Frameworks for Discussion, Implementation, and Inquiry
60 min - September 14, 2021 (Season 16)
Presenters: Deb Dotterer (Michigan State University) & Wendy G. Troxel (Kansas State University)
The NACADA Core Competencies were developed from foundational literature on the impact, context, and theories of academic advising. Many higher ed institutions have used the Core Competency framework for personal and professional goal-setting, but did you know that they can also be used to facilitate professional development activities, as well as to generate researchable questions for scholarly inquiry and to articulate critical areas that need further exploration through assessment and/or research? In this 60-minute, 2021 webinar, NACADA Past Professional Development Committee Chair Deb Dotterer (Michigan State University) and Research Center Director Wendy Gates Troxel (NACADA-Kansas State University) unpack the NACADA Core Competencies through a “scholarly advising” lens that is both practical and actionable.