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Vol. 4 No. 2: Fall 2021/Winter 2022
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Volume 4, Issue 2 (Fall 2021/Winter 2022)

IN MEMORIAM

A Tribute to Linda Thompson

By Karen Patty-Graham

SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

An Abbreviated History of College Academic Support Programs (CASP)

By Carol Dochen

FEATURED ARTICLE

Supporting Online Community College Students With Trained Tutors in a Post-COVID World

By Mark Manasse, Carolina Rostworowski

Fully Scaling Up Corequisite Models in Math: Challenges and Successes
By Laurie A. Sharp

J-CASP CONVERSATIONS

Celebrating 40 Years of CASP: An Interview With Carol Dochen
By Jonathan Lollar, Camrie Pipper

PROMISING PRACTICES

The Theoretical Alignment of Supplemental Instruction and Developmental Education: When an SI Leader Uses Adult Learning Theory to Underpin Instruction

by Katy Glass, Emily K. Suh, Britt Posey, Sam Owens

Implicit Learning in the Developmental English Classroom: Reducing Anxiety and Improving Student Success

By Jo Ward

Exploring Culture, Acknowledging Stereotypes

By Keith Vyvial

Published: 2022-03-10
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VOLUME 2, ISSUE 1 (SPRING/SUMMER 2019)

FEATURE ARTICLES

Characteristics of Learning Frameworks Courses in Texas Public Community Colleges

  • Russ Hodges
  • Taylor W. Acee
  • Stephanie M. Jarrett
  • René Leblanc
  • Yuting Lin
  • Christie Hill-Troglin Cox
  • Christie Lawson
  • Candice P. Oelschlegel
  • Darolyn A. Flaggs

First-Year Seminars: A Comparison of Course Characteristics and High Impact Practices at Two-Year Colleges

  • Forrest C. Lane
  • Andrew P. Miller

SPECIAL FEATURE ARTICLE

Completing College: Focus on the Finish Line

  • Hunter R. Boylan
  • Barbara J. Calderwood
  • Barbara S. Bonham

PROMISING PRACTICES

SI or Peer Tutoring: Is One Really Better than the Other?

  • Klara Keim
  • Michelle Kiser

Exploring a Vision for a Global Literacy and Learning Environment: Addressing the Needs of Economically and Culturally Diverse Student Populations Through the Arts

  • Neva Cramer
  • Joan Bowman

Utilizing Google My Maps in the Classroom

  • William S. Duffy

EXPLORATORY PIECES

Learning Alone & Academic Capital: An Old Sociological Idea in a New Educational Application

  • Jack Trammell

Building the Discipline-Specific Classroom: A Pedagogical Discussion

  • Leta Deithloff

Freshmen, Teaching, and Tenure: Why Do We Call It the Trenches, Anyway?

  • Ann-Marie Lopez
 
 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 2 (FALL 2018)

FEATURE ARTICLES

Corequisite Courses for Developmental Students at a Large Research University

  • Hillary Procknow
  • Leta Deithoff
  • Van Herd

Student Response to a Corequisite Pilot Program: A Retrospective

  • Elizabeth Threadgill

A Review of Demographic Trends for Texas and the United States

  • Russ Hodges
  • Emily Miller Payne
  • Emily Suh
  • Patricia Hernandez
  • Na Wu
  • Amarilis Castillo 

PROMISING PRACTICES

Taking the First Steps Towards 100% Implementation of the Corequisite Model

  • Cindy Allen
  • Anita Biber
  • Angela Chilton 
  • Leslie Johnson

Using a Corequisite Composition Workshop to Accelerate Students

  • Andrea Berta

Promote Critical Thinking Through Online Discussion Forum

  • Essie Childers 

OP-ED

Rethinking the Corequisite Model: What Is It, Why Remedial English and Math, and What Is Its Net Effect?

  • Alexandrous Goudas 

 

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 1 (SPRING 2018)

FEATURED ARTICLES

Effectiveness of a Summer Bridge Program at McLennan Community College

  • Samantha Dove

The Role and Impact of Supplemental Instruction in Accelerated Developmental Math Courses

  • Tanu K. Altomare
  • Ashley N. Moreno-Gongora

Internal Conflict: Community College Presidents and Developmental Education

  • Nicholas Vick
  • D. Patrick Saxon
  • Nara Martirosyan

Learning Styles: Academic Fact or Urban Myth? A Recent Review of the Literature

  • Theresa Rene’ LeBlanc

 The Effect of Acceleration on Subsequent Course Success Rates Based on the North Carolina Developmental Mathematics Redesign

  • Tammy J. Bishop
  • Nara Martirosyan
  • D. Patrick Saxon
  • Forrest Lane

PROMISING PRACTICES

Teaching the Rhetorical Situation to Improve Disciplinary Literacy

  • Elizabeth J. Threadgill
  • Eric J. Paulson

Goffman and Spoiled Identity: Helping Developmental Students Shed the Label

  • Jack Trammell

Implementing Change and Planning English Corequisite Classes

  • Mary Ellen Young
  • Melisa Jones

Bringing Collaboration and Differentiation Into the College Classroom

  • Ashley Stich