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ACF SIG Edutopia 7

Join us for this interactive webinar on Positive Coaching for Students: Building Relationships & Fostering Success. We'll explore a relationship-focused approach that goes beyond traditional academic advising. This isn't about micromanaging – it's about empowering your students! We'll delve into strategies for managing stress, building resilience, and fostering a growth mindset to support your student’s academic success. Discover how positive coaching can help you build strong relationships with students, develop effective feedback skills, and help them achieve their long-term goals. This interactive session will equip you with tools and resources to navigate the new realities of working with students across the breadth of educational programs and help them thrive in their academic journey.  Register today and take the first step towards a more fulfilling and successful teaching experience!

Positive Coaching for Students: Building Relationships & Fostering Success

Speaker(s)

Matthew Vraa, PT, DPT, DSc, PhD, MBA
Dr. Matthew Vraa has held a wide variety of academic and professional roles over his 21 years as a physical therapist. He has taught in the Associates, Bachelors, DPT, and PhD programs from the Community College to Doctoral granting institutions at public, private, and proprietary institutions. He has two terminal degrees (PhD and DSc) along with this Transitional DPT degree, along with an MBA in Healthcare Finance. These have allowed him to hold positions as a Core Faculty Member, Director of Clinical Education, Program Director of a PTA and DPT programs, Dean of a School, Dissertation Chair, and Interim University President. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy (2015) and an APTA Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy (2013-present).

Mary Beth Geiser PT, DPT
Dr. Mary Beth Geiser is active in her profession as an educator, a clinician, and a volunteer in the field of physical therapy. She finds joy in helping individuals with chronic pain and advocates for the underserved population. She has 33 years of clinical practice and 25 years of experience in various academic roles (DPT, Residency, and Fellowship programs). She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy (2014) and an APTA Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy (1999-present).

When
6/24/2024 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Eastern Daylight Time
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