Students’ performance and mental health issues are solvable and preventable with reliable assessment and timely intervention.
With its digital-based nature, Academic Window offers a counseling and evaluation space for school counselors, teachers, principals or even superintendents to effectively cooperate and improve their education capability through data-driven solutions.
Academic Window uses valid and proven approaches that can help teachers and students reveal potential future problems. The approaches consists of:
We provide detailed reports confidentially and comparatively for students, teaching staff, principals and superintendents. Through the presented data, report viewers will be able to see highlighted individual strengths and weaknesses of the students, allowing for the teaching staff to adjust their plans accordingly to ensure improved outcomes.
Three steps of positive psychology are applied to the system working processes:
Data and insights are produced at the beginning in the first two steps, while intervention actions are suggested in the last step based on the analyzed data to prevent potential future problems.
The main goal of interventions is to activate intrinsic motivation of students. Students with solid confidence that are aware of their distinguished traits and lacking points will be able to develop further on their own when they no longer have the support from teachers and counselors.
Academic Window helps motivate students to think about their own behavior. Most of the results are offered and confidentially, giving students the breathing space they need to develop self-awareness and consciousness of their strengths and learn to regulate their own behavior.
Academic Window provides detail character education program which includes setting up strong relationships with students and offer personalized interventions through positive psychological approaches.
It starts with analysis current situation of the student. Parents and student are participated in evaluations. The methodology includes completely data-driven family therapy processes. Parents meet with a mentor after they completed surveys.
Getting the professional training and theoretical knowledge is essential to ensure better outcomes.
Academic Window helps promote communication among students, faculty, advisors, and career center personnel to enhance students’ personal growth. This research is being undertaken with an international team of researchers. This speaks to his abilities in collaboration and communication as well as his efficacy as a scholar. I was honored to be involved in the Academic Window research team. We co-authored an article entitled “Using Technology to Increase Student Self-Awareness and Consciousness through Matching Level-appropriate Automatic Messages.
In the past, we always evaluated students as a group and tried to find general solutions according to their actions or behaviors, but now, thanks to the Academic Window, we can see the weaknesses and strengths of individual students and help them accordingly. With the help of Academic Window we learn a lot of details about students. More importantly, children can notice their own strengths and weaknesses and take steps by themselves. Academic Window help students to increase their self-awareness, I think that this is the key point of this program.
…Academic Window is an online, empirically based tool developed to meet this requirement not only in higher education, but also in primary and secondary schools. The overarching purpose of Academic Window is the facilitation of efficient and effective school counseling. Its content design and technological platform permit confidential collaboration among students, counselors, and teachers with the goal of improving students’ academic performance and personal growth. Academic Window integrates the SWOT model to help students become more self-aware and to learn how they are perceived by their peers and teachers. In addition, teachers can come to know their students more objectively and fully, and can track changes in their academic, personal, and social development…
The developed scale by Dr. Ugur and his colleagues from Canada for Academic Window is a significant contribution in the field that can help educationalists, counselors and social scientists better understand the concept of self-awareness and self-concept among students. These concepts are central to designing appropriate intervention for school students’ academic and social development. Along with teachers’ evaluation of one’s personality, self-assessment and peer assessment are equally critical in providing feedback and improving self-awareness. I hope that using MRSVC, the research community will be able to generate quality data which in turn will provide beneficial outcomes for the students in the community.