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Using Chickering’s Seven Vectors to Help Students Rise to the Next Level of Academic Success. Maureen Coon Kelly Davidson Greg Moeller Jen Warner. Ohio University The best student-centered learning experience in America. The Patton College of Education and Human Services.

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    1. Using Chickering’s Seven Vectors to Help Students Rise to the Next Level of Academic Success Maureen Coon Kelly Davidson Greg Moeller Jen Warner

    2. Ohio UniversityThe best student-centered learning experience in America

    3. The Patton College of Education and Human Services

    4. The Patton CollegeRecreation and Sport PedagogyHuman and Consumer Sciences EducationTeacher EducationCounseling and Higher EducationCultural Studies

    5. Chickering’s Seven Vectors • Developing Competence • Managing Emotions • Moving Through Autonomy Towards Interdependence • Developing Mature Interpersonal relationships • Establishing Identity • Developing Purpose • Developing Integrity

    6. Developing Competence Teaching students to have confidence in themselves. • Mandatory Advising • GAP Workshops • University Experience Classes • Pom Poms

    7. Managing Emotions Teaching students to control disruptive behavior. • Academic Advising • Probation Meetings • University Experience Classes

    8. Moving Through Autonomy Towards Interdependence Teaching students to become self reliant while developing meaningful relationships with their peers. • Advising Model • Peer Mentors • Transition Points

    9. Developing Mature Interpersonal Relationships Teaching students to become aware of and tolerant of differences. • Diversity Statement • Call to LEAD • Student Organizations

    10. Establishing Identity Teaching students to become comfortable with who they are. • Rural Urban Collaborative • Field Experience in SE Ohio • Diversity Statement • Student Organizations

    11. Developing Purpose Helping students establish clear vocational goals. • Majors Fair • Advising Appointments • Recruiting Events • EDTE 150 • UC 115

    12. Developing Integrity Teaching students to clarify and affirm their values while respecting others’ beliefs. • Movies in McCracken • Call to LEAD • Judicial Meetings

    13. Questions For You • What programming do you have that relates to Chickering’s 7 Vectors? • Do you use student development theory in your offices?

    14. Questions For Us

    15. Presenter’s Contact Information: Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Academic Advising Maureen Coon (coonm@ohio.edu) Academic Advisors Kelly Davidson (davidsok@ohio.edu) Greg Moeller (moellerg@ohio.edu) Jen Warner (warnerj2@ohio.edu)