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Benjamin Buck Blankenship – Student Success, 2024
This practice report describes a higher education practice to support the aspiration of students while supporting their well-being. The use of Motivational Interviewing (MI), an evidence-based conversational style, in faculty-student conversations can meet the psychological needs of students in consideration of their self-determination. This…
Descriptors: Motivation Techniques, Well Being, Evidence Based Practice, Teacher Student Relationship
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Isabella Sauchelli; Georgina Heath; Amanda Richardson; Sally Lewis; Lisa-Angelique Lim – Student Success, 2024
Self-regulated learning (SRL) is associated with university student academic success outcomes, however students often need support to develop these skills. Technology-mediated feedback is one strategy that may aid educators in supporting students' SRL development. This study aims to explore whether a technology-mediated feedback strategy targeting…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Learning Strategies, Questionnaires, Self Management
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Shakila Begum; Andrea Du Preez; Michelle Robinson; Patricia A. Zunszain – Student Success, 2024
First-in-family (FiF) students experience significant barriers to university participation and are less likely to seek mental health help. This can contribute to increased dropouts when compared to non-FiF students. Using a mixed methods approach, we aimed to ascertain sources of mental health support and underlying factors for the preferences…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Help Seeking, Student Behavior, College Students
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Krystle Jalalian-Chursky; Brittany M. Tausen – Student Success, 2024
This practice report describes the development of a compensatory educational model to introduce first-year college students to resilient mindsets. The Teaching Resilient Mindsets Model emphasized (1) realistic expectations, (2) an "always learning" mindset, and (3) being prepared for challenges before they arise. After development, the…
Descriptors: Resilience (Psychology), Active Learning, College Freshmen, Teaching Models
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Susana A. Eisenchlas; Kelly Shoecraft – Student Success, 2024
This practice report describes a 12-week stand-alone course designed to address the challenges university students face in foreign language classes. Adopting principles of transformative language learning, course content, activities and resources were designed and implemented to dispel myths and preconceptions regarding language instruction,…
Descriptors: Transformative Learning, Social Emotional Learning, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction
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Lynnae Venaruzzo; Negin Mirriahi; Oleksandra Poquet; Shane Dawson – Student Success, 2024
Second-year university students often experience a disconnection with their learning and may feel unmotivated, lack confidence, and are unprepared for the higher expectations and complex concepts of their courses. Their disconnection with their learning can be addressed through deepening the social connections between other second-year students,…
Descriptors: Student Behavior, Help Seeking, Undergraduate Students, Peer Relationship
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Li Li Voon; Siow Hoo Leong; Chin Ying Liew – Student Success, 2024
Early identification of at-risk students for timely intervention is critical to prevent non-completion of study programs. This article proposes a flipped class framework to support the academic success of at-risk students in an undergraduate Calculus course. It comprises three main components of setting, conduct, and monitoring. A flipped support…
Descriptors: At Risk Students, Flipped Classroom, Academic Achievement, Undergraduate Students
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M. Lynn Breyfogle; Kimberly A. Daubman – Student Success, 2024
In an effort to improve student success and thus retention, the College of Arts & Sciences at a highly selective MidAtlantic private undergraduate university in the United States developed a for-credit course titled "Psychology of Success." The course, grounded in positive psychology, adopts a strengths-based approach. Students who…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, School Holding Power, College Freshmen, Academic Probation
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Anita Mackay – Student Success, 2024
This practice report provides an overview of a podcast series designed to support first-year student transition to university and promote wellbeing and belonging. The podcast was established in 2017 in a compulsory first year law subject (Legal Institutions and Methods) at La Trobe University, Australia. The podcasts record interviews with…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Law Students, College Freshmen, Coaching (Performance)
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Giuseppina Lo Moro; Maria Rosaria Gualano; Costanza Vicentini; Noemi Marengo; Fabrizio Bert; Roberta Siliquini – Student Success, 2024
Medical, nursing, and other healthcare students undergo specific stressors. Their mental health represents a priority for universities and the entire community. This review aimed to gather evidence about the effectiveness of individual psychological counselling offered by universities to healthcare students. A systematic review was conducted by…
Descriptors: Medical Students, Nursing Students, Allied Health Occupations Education, Mental Health
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Samantha Kilmartin; Tessa McCredie; Sally Baker; Farhana Laffernis; Clemence Due – Student Success, 2024
Increasing access for underrepresented cohorts to higher education has long been a priority internationally, and Australia is no exception. While universities offer a range of services in the areas of Equity, Career Development and Academic Advising (ECDAA) to support student success, there is little understanding of how these student-facing…
Descriptors: Student Personnel Services, Student Personnel Workers, Disproportionate Representation, College Students
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JiaRong Yap; Patrick Broman; Patrea Andersen; Sharon Brownie – Student Success, 2024
This report presents an evaluation of students' experiences in a student-run clinic project in Aotearoa New Zealand, aiming to provide interprofessional learning opportunities and accessible health services to the community. Qualitative focus group interviews were conducted with students' post-clinical placement. A six-step thematic data analytic…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Experience, Clinics, Clinical Experience
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Tom Lowe; Sophie Wright – Student Success, 2024
A challenge persists in modern higher education regarding gaining an understanding of the activities and services that facilitate student support, student success, student community and student voice. As modern universities continue to grow in both size and complexity, gaining an understanding of the operations for enhancing and supporting both…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Student Experience, College Students, Student Empowerment
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Catherine Picton; Alison Jaquet; Leah Simons; Kaylenne Byrne; Natalie Oostergo; Amanda Henderson; Denise Wood – Student Success, 2024
The Academic Student Success Advising (ASSA) project enacted an integrated academic and pastoral approach to advising using McIntosh's (2023) fundamental principles of advising. This research conducted at two Australian universities explores how shared principles of advising can provide an underpinning structure to pan-university advising…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Universities, Academic Advising, Faculty Advisers
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Chapin, Laurie A.; Oraison, Humberto; Nguyen, Thinh; Osmani, Sera; Keohane, Emily – Student Success, 2023
Australian university students who are the first in their family to attend university are more likely to encounter challenges in their transition to university, and programs to support students are important for success and retention. Fifteen first-in-family (FiF) students participated in an Australian-first pilot orientation program. Program…
Descriptors: First Generation College Students, Foreign Countries, Barriers, Student Adjustment
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