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Iowa State University

1989

Higher Education and Teaching

Education

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Use Of And Satisfaction With Two Types Of Advising Systems Among Engineering Students At Iowa State University , William Francis Jaffe Jan 1989

Use Of And Satisfaction With Two Types Of Advising Systems Among Engineering Students At Iowa State University , William Francis Jaffe

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

As enrollments decline in institutions of higher education quality academic advising may help reduce student attrition. A quality advising program is one which students use and one with which they express satisfaction. In this study, the academic advising program in a college of engineering was studied, by means of a questionnaire, to describe the role of the advisor in terms of predominant patterns of student use. Another purpose was to determine which type of advising system, faculty-based or professional advisor-based, resulted in greater student use and satisfaction for specific advising needs: assistance with preregistration, class add/drop, curriculum planning, career ...


A Comparative And Predictive Model To Determine Factors Related To Preparation And Entry Into The Teaching Profession , Beverly Jean Young Jan 1989

A Comparative And Predictive Model To Determine Factors Related To Preparation And Entry Into The Teaching Profession , Beverly Jean Young

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

This study utilized the causal-comparative research method to examine differences between teachers and non-teachers on the following factors: (1) academic indicators; (2) job orientation; (3) participation in high school extracurricular activities; and (4) willingness to choose a teaching career again. Two longitudinal data bases, one compiled by the Iowa State University Research Institute for Studies in Education and the nationally compiled High School and Beyond, were analyzed. Analyses of the data revealed students who majored in teacher education and taught the first year after graduation had consistently higher academic indicators, as measured by high school rank and high school grades ...