Academic coaching offers support through creating focus and direction. In developing a strategy for success, clients will learn effective study habits, organizational skills, and time management.
Each student will receive an individualized plan and will learn:
How to strategize and improve executive functions such as organization and time
management as well as learn how to develop interpersonal and social skills.
How to prioritize studying, planning, and completing projects, such as academic assignments that involve writing and research.
How to create structure while developing studying skills. Clients will be taught what to study, how to study, and note taking.
Academic coaching offers opportunities for successful confidence building, and the setting and achieving of goals.
College transition is also part of this offering. Most first-year students struggle with the changes that are associated with college life. Coaching offers support, adjustment assistance, social skill development, and guidance with mitigating issues that pertain to academic, social, and professional life. Tools for achievement and academic success plans will be created that are sustainable for the college-years and will help in easing this transition.
Academic Accountability is part of academic coaching. Accountability guides clients on setting and achieving goals, how to keep on course, and how to effectively meet deadlines throughout their educational career. This process empowers clients to be held accountable for their work through regular interactions.