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This dichotomy will be used to structure the remainder of this chapter and categorize the variety of theories. TRADITIONAL NORMATIVE APPROACHES TO ACADEMIC ADVISING Crookston (1972/1994), an early proponent of developmental advising said “Developmental advising is concerned not only with a specific personal or vocational decision but also with facilitating the student’s rational processes, environmental and interpersonal interactions, behavioral awareness, and problem-solving, decision-making, and evaluating skills” (p.
He has written on topics such as advising undecided and major-changing students and the use of technology in academic advising. He also received the 2008 Service to the NACADA Award. Wendy G. Troxel is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Administration and Foundations, teaching research methods courses in both quantitative and qualitative methods, program evaluation and assessment, and the American college student. Her research interests are in the area of teaching and learning in the first year of college, the impact of formative assessment techniques in the classroom, faculty and staff roles in the program-assessment process, and the identification of teaching skills in precollege students.
Things such as chairs, cars, or trees, on the other hand, can be directly observed and measured. Assumptions are beliefs accepted without proof within the context of an inquiry based on theory. Within a theory, assumptions are neither true nor false, since there is no way of proving them to be either. For instance, as a starting point in developing the theory of relativity, Einstein assumed that the speed of light was a constant. As an illustration, consider a study of undecided exploratory honors students as they choose a major.