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UCC-Peer Mentoring Program (UCC-PMP). Yari M. Marrero, MHS UCC-Peer Mentoring Program Coordinator. Presentation Objectives:. Share an overview of the UCC Peer Mentoring Program (UCC-PMP). Objectives Conceptual Framework Selection Criteria Program Evaluation. UCC-PMP Purpose.

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UCC-Peer Mentoring Program

(UCC-PMP)

Yari M. Marrero, MHS

UCC-Peer Mentoring Program Coordinator


Presentation objectives
Presentation Objectives:

  • Share an overview of the UCC Peer Mentoring Program (UCC-PMP).

    • Objectives

    • Conceptual Framework

    • Selection Criteria

    • Program Evaluation


Ucc pmp purpose
UCC-PMP Purpose

  • Enhance student success and retention through academic and non-academic support in adapting to the academic environment and meeting the challenges of a demanding program of studies.


Ucc pmp objectives
UCC-PMP Objectives:

  • Improved student academic self-efficacy and effective learning practices:

    • to develop and enhance a sense of student academic self-efficacy through the mentoring relationship,

    • to become effectively integrated into UCC, through academic and non-academic support to the faculty and campus as a whole,

    • to acquire the necessary skills to become independent and life-long learners.


Ucc pmp framework self efficacy
UCC-PMP Framework: SELF-EFFICACY

  • Based in the Social Learning Theory approach and cognitive behavioral learning models.

  • According to Albert Bandura, self-efficacy is “the belief in one’s capabilities to organize and execute the courses of action required to manage prospective situations” (1995, p. 2).



  • Self-efficacy support on physical symptoms after surgery in 193 cardiac patients, (2007) R. is a person’s belief in his or her ability to succeed in a particular situation. Bandura (1994) described these beliefs as determinants of how people think, behave, and feel.


Bandura support on physical symptoms after surgery in 193 cardiac patients, (2007) R. and others have found that an individual’s self-efficacy plays a major role in how goals, tasks, and challenges are approached.


People with a support on physical symptoms after surgery in 193 cardiac patients, (2007) R. strong sense of self-efficacy:

People with a weak sense of self-efficacy:

Avoid challenging tasks.

Believe that difficult tasks and situations are beyond their capabilities.

Focus on personal failings and negative outcomes.

Quickly loose confidence in personal abilities (Bandura, 1994).

  • View challenging problems as tasks to be mastered.

  • Develop deeper interest in the activities in which they participate.

  • Form a stronger sense of commitment to their interests and activities.

  • Recover quickly from setbacks and disappointments.


  • These beliefs begin to form in early childhood as the children deal with a wide variety of experiences, tasks, and situations.

  • However, the growth of self-efficacy does not ends during youth, but continues to evolve throughout life as people acquire new skills, experiences, and understanding (Bandura, 1992).

How does self-efficacy develops?


UCC-PMP Overview children deal with a wide variety of experiences, tasks, and situations.

Self-efficacy framework


Course selection
Course Selection children deal with a wide variety of experiences, tasks, and situations.

  • An analysis of academic performance by Dr. Omar Pérez, detailed difficulties resulting in failing or barely passing courses, often in basic courses like:

    • human anatomy,

    • physiology,

    • radiographic physics,

    • basic principles of radiographic exposure


Mentee’s Selection Criteria children deal with a wide variety of experiences, tasks, and situations.


Peer Mentors Selection Criteria children deal with a wide variety of experiences, tasks, and situations.


Evaluation Process children deal with a wide variety of experiences, tasks, and situations.


In summary… children deal with a wide variety of experiences, tasks, and situations.


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