Sarah Kravits

Coaching and student success
Rutgers University, USA

Sarah Kravits works as an academic coach at Rutgers University, has taught the New Student Seminar at Montclair State University, and has been researching and writing about student success for over 25 years. As a coach, author, instructor, and parent of three children (ages 21, 18, and 15), she “walks the talk” of student success, striving daily to persist toward valued goals, engage in productive teamwork, analyse problems strategically, and release toxic judgment. Sarah is a co-author on the Keys to Success series, including Keys to College Success, Keys to Community College Success, and Keys to Effective Learning. She has presented workshops and training on student success teaching and topics at schools all over the USA. Sarah is a member of the Class of 2020 at the Rutgers Graduate School of Education, having earned a Master of Education degree with a concentration in Learning, Cognition, and Development.

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Creating Engaging First Year Experience Programmes
Creating Engaging First Year Experience Programmes
by Sarah Kravits, Carol Carter
First Year Experience (or Student Success) programmes help bridge the transition to higher education for all students, and particularly those who may be first in family or from an underserved community.  
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Introduction to Academic Coaching for Students
Introduction to Academic Coaching for Students
by Sarah Kravits, Carol Carter

Exploring academic coaching and the role it plays in helping students take responsibility for their actions, improve their effectiveness and consciously create their outcomes in life.

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Sarah Kravits

Sarah Kravits