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Academic coaching evaluation

EME 640- Spring 2014Megan Cardillo, Katilin Gibbons, Jennifer McIntosh, Ileana Wilburg, Jamal Wilburg

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Evaluation Plan Description

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Evaluation Implementation

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Description of Materials Evaluated

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Data Collection - Participants

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Data Collection Tools

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Tool Administration

Interview ProtocolGoogle FormsFocus Group QuestionsFall 2013 Survey

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Data Collection Results - Survey

Surveys were sent to 26 students and available for 14 days. Only one respondent (3.8% of sample) responded to the survey, the evaluators have determined the data to be neither valid nor reliable.Possible reasons for low-response rate includeTiming (Spring Break)Number of surveys distributed over university emailStudent motivationFrequency students check university email

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Data Collection Results - Interview

Program established in Spring 2011

Graduate students are coaches

Intent is to help students improve:

Time management skills

Study skills

Academic probation status

Program is individualized

Coaches receive 6-hour block of training at the beginning of semester

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Challenges

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Program Comparison

Program Feature

University Of South Carolina

The University Of Tampa

Compensation

Coaches Are Graduate Students, Paid $10 Per Hour.

Coaches Are Graduate Student Volunteers Or Participants In Practicum Program.

Coach Training

Mandatory Training At The Beginning Of The Fall Semester.

Mandatory Training At The Beginning Of Semester They Will Be Coaching (Fall Or Spring).

Team Meetings

Coaches Must Attend Meetings Every Other Week.

Coaches Meet With The Director At Least Once During The Semester.

Coach Commitment

Full Year Commitment, Fall And Spring.

Single Semester Commitment.

Coach Work Commitment

Coaches Are Expected To Work An Average Of Eight Hours Per Week In The ACE Offices On Campus.

No Minimal On-campus Work Hours Required.

Prior Experience

No Prior Experience Required. Additional Training Provided Throughout The Semester.

No Prior Experience Required. No Additional Training Provided During Semester.

Students On Academic Probation

Mandatory For First-year Freshman In Academic Recovery Program

Highly Encouraged For Students On Academic Probation

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Recommendations

Program Feature

Proposed Recommendations

Intended Result

Accountability

Required Amount Of Meetings/Hours Per Month

Students Will Be More Apt To Meet With Students

And/Or

Director

Program Measurement

Establish Objectives And Create A Tool For Measurement

Ensure The Functionality Of The Program

Measurement Of Improvement

Assessment At Beginning, Midway And End Of Program

Better Understanding On Program Efficiency

Coach Commitment

Commitment Of 2 Semesters For Adequate Coaching Experience

Help With Shortage Of Coaches, Will Have A More Solid Number Of Coaches

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Questions?

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