How to Strengthen Students' Self-Efficacy Using an Integrative Coaching Based Approach to Academic Skill Development

Working with students is immensely rewarding but also complex. This webinar will bring together ideas from self-worth theory, equity and inclusion, resiliency and mindfulness and explore how using a holistic approach to student development can contribute to student success.

In this session, participants will:

  • Discover key components of the Integrative Coaching Based Approach to Academic Skill Development
  • Explore specific strategies that can be used to help strengthen students’ self-efficacy
  • Examine the impact that these strategies can have on student motivation, identity, and mindset

Jasjit Sangha, Learning Strategist at the University of Toronto

Jasjit Sangha is a Learning Strategist with the Academic Success Centre at the University of Toronto. She has worked closely with students from Accessibility Services, the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, as well as graduate students. She brings comprehensive experience to her work with students through her background in student development, adult learning, mindfulness, and equity and inclusion. Her knowledge of learning is also informed by her experience teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level. Her experience has shown that the social and emotional aspects of learning can have a direct impact on student motivation, engagement and learning. She completed her PhD at OISE, University of Toronto and is currently working towards a certificate in Applied Specialization in Mindfulness Meditation.


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