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Student Success Blog
Over the past 15-20 years, the education and business worlds have been increasingly invested in the research surrounding “growth mindsets.” The concepts of growth and fixed mindsets are based on decades of research by Stanford University professor Carol Dweck and colleagues, especially researchers associated with the Mindset Scholars Network. Dweck and her colleagues noted in their research that “individuals who believe their talents can be developed (through hard work, good strategies, and input from others) have a growth mindset. They tend to achieve more than those with a more fixed mindset (those who believe their talents are innate gifts).”1
The power of AI has opened higher education’s ability to really reach students. We still need experienced people to reach out to students, determine appropriate interventions and referrals. But now, there is a powerful tool at your fingertips that takes the guesswork out of knowing who to support and when.
Attending class provides students with one of the easiest ways to influence their successful completion of a course and degree. In this report, we discuss how we know that class attendance improves student academic outcomes.
Spartanburg Community College, located in South Carolina, has chosen to partner with Aviso Retention to provide an improved experience for students and enable their staff to accurately identify student risks through predictive modeling.
Cape Fear Community College selects Aviso Retention as their Student Success platform to continue improving the progress, persistence and success of Cape Fear students.
American higher education has a dropout problem. About one in three students who enroll in college never earn a degree. But a promising solution is staring us in the face: Schools with similar students often have very different graduation rates. This suggests that the problem isn’t the students — it’s the schools.
The Aviso Retention Community is vibrant and strong. Best practices and information sharing amongst each other increases the likelihood of success for our students.