Using Motivational Interviewing to Communicate with Students
Teachers and advisors who use motivational interviewing (MI) enhance their listening and problem-solving skills to become more effective communicators and create better rapport with students. MI has been shown as an effective method for creating dialogue, rapport and ultimately helping to motivate students. Following specific techniques and a methodological approach, motivational interviewing can help students move forward, see alternative paths toward their goal and take ownership.
WAC: Writing Across the Curriculum
- Many faculty use OWL, The Purdue Online Writing Center for assistance in promoting writing.
- Curricular Mapping Suggestions Curricular Map Gen Ed Abilities & Prog level AY 11 12
- Writing Across the Curriculum WAC Examples For Faculty: Issues Sp12-F12
- WAC Faculty and Staff Needs F12-Sp 13 WAC requests professional development needs f12