Supporting Teaching and Learning Across Disciplines Via Active Learning and Modeling Demonstrated Within Facilitated Study Sessions
Many questions exist regarding how to improve retention, progression, and graduation (RPG) (Noel, Levitz, & Saluri, 1985, p. 17). At the same time, it is recognized by many (Kennesaw State University, Complete College Georgia, 2016) that reducing DFW rates reduces college exit by students experiencing academic challenges and low grades. This presentation will show how a collaboration between faculty and students to apply one type of student support initiative has made a significant impact on undergraduate success across several disciplines. Narrative and data will clearly present the results while the presenters explain how the collaboration enhanced delivery and increased market penetration.
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