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Supporting Noncognitive Factors: Connecting Students with Resources, from Theory to Practice with ETS

Apr 28th, 2018


Daniel A. Brown, PH.D Dean,
University College; Director,PACE Center Texas State University

Michael E. Nava, Ph.D.,,
Associate Dean for Student Services,Director of PACE Mentoring & Academic Coaching, Texas State University

Lori Meono, Psy.D.,
Success Navigator Counselor,Santa Monica CollegeRoss Markle, Ph.D.,Senior Assessment Strategist - Higher Education,ETS

In this informative presentation with Texas State University, Santa Monica College and a Senior Assessment Strategist from ETS, participants will:

  • Discover the various strategies that can be used to connect students with noncognitive “interventions” that will help them to succeed.
  • Explore examples of how other institutions are using noncognitive data to connect students to resources and to encouraging incoming students to use their noncognitive strengths to maximize learning and success.
  • Understand how to build better connections between the data and information we gather from incoming students and connect students with the resources that will help them to succeed.

Overall, the conversation seeks to build better connections between data and information and help harness information into action.

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