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Effective Preventive Counseling

Academic Window is a web-based, student-centered program that provides a preventive form of counseling with follow-up. Its content design and technological platform permit confidential collaboration among students, counselors, and teachers with the goal of improving students’ personal growth and academic performance. It integrates the SWOT model (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) to help students become more self-aware and to learn how they are perceived by their peers and teachers.


Academic Window offers special web-based student-centered counseling programs for school counselors and teachers. It provides an online collaborative learning environment for

  • students
  • teachers
  • counselors
  • parents
This environment produces effective results for students’ social emotional and intellectual development.

Second, Academic Window integrates the SWOT model includes

  • strengths
  • weaknesses
  • opportunities
  • threats
to help students become more self-aware and learn how they are perceived by their peers and teachers.


Academic Window uses

in its solutions and practices. This approach can reveal potential future problems.

Three steps of positive psychology, measuring, classifying and applying interventions, are used in all processes. The first two steps are done at the beginning, producing interventions which play a preventive role for potential future problems.



Applications offered by Academic Window motivate students to think about their own behavior. Most of the results are offered comparatively and confidentially, so students develop self-awareness and consciousness. It provides them with the tools to do better in life.

Students are offered some comparative and confidential graphs about how they are perceived by their classmates and teachers. This allows them to develop the self-awareness and consciousness they need to regulate their behavior.

By Academic Window, the main goal of interventions applied is to activate intrinsic motivation of students. Then, students start to do the best in that situation he can. Being aware of their behavior and more conscious or activation of intrinsic motivation are only the parts of being self-regulative.