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TASS Conference Presentations

 

 

2016 TASS Conference Presentations

 

 

 

2015 TASS Conference Presentations

 

Keynote Presentation:

New Approaches to Old Problems: how “guided pathways” can lead to student success

Keynote Presenter: Paul N. Markham

Program Officer, Postsecondary Success

New Approaches to Old Problems: how “guided pathways” can lead to student success


 

Sharing Belonging and Growth Strategies to

Encourage Student Academic Confidence and Success

 

Presenters:

Donna B. Nalley, Ph.D, English Program Director
Jennifer Ferraro, MFA, Assistant English Program Director

South University Online, College of Arts and Sciences


Broad Based Collaboration + Unique Pedagogy = A Promising Learning Community for Students Who Place into Developmental Math & English

 

Presenter: Adriane W Hutchinson
Dean of Academic Development
McHenry County College

 

Access & Disability Services:  Providing Services and Support that Lead to Success

 

Presenters: Pascuala Herrera, M.Ed., Professor, Learning Specialist
Debbie Franzen, M.Ed. Accommodation and Transition Specialist
Harper College


Experiential +Engagement +Algebra Courses =Effective Student Learning

 

Presenter: Denise Wilkinson
Mathematics Professor
First Year Experience Director
Virginia Wesleyan College


Doing Learning: A Pragmatic Study Skills Course for Underprepared Students

 

Presenter: Jonathan Vieker, Academic Advisor
Truman State University

 


Engaging Readers’ Intellect and Affect: New Approaches to Reader Response

 

Presenters: Prof. Laura B. Soldner,
Department of English
Northern Michigan University

 

 

 

2013 TASS Conference Presentations

 

Musical Chairs:  A Second One Makes More Winners
Peer Mentors as Secondary Leaders

Presenters: Dana D’Angelo, Clinical Professor
Susan Epstein, Associate Clinical Professor
LeBow College of Business
Drexel University, Philadelphia PA

 


"Bridging the Virtual Gap with eJournals"

 

Presenter: Donna B. Nalley, Ph.D.
South University Online – English Program Director
College of Arts and Sciences


"Memorization and Learning: The Distinction that Serves as the Cornerstone for Preparing Students for College Success"

 

Presenter: Dr. Lisa Liseno
ACE Faculty: Associate in Undergraduate Studies
Adjunct Faculty, Department of Philosophy
Florida State University

 

Magic Number Seven:  Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education

 

Presenter: Barbara Wolfe
Vice Chancellor for Student Development
Appalachian State University

 

 

 

2010 TASS Conference Presentations

2010 Conference Brochure

March 21-24, 2010
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Providing More Effective Support Services and
Making Them Matter to Administrators

Presenter: Hunter Boylan, Ph.D., Professor and Director
National Center for Developmental Education, Boone, North Carolina


"He's a great professor, but . . . ":
What We Think We Know About Student Perceptions But Often Don't

 

Presenter: Henrik Eger, Ph. D., Professor of English and Communication Delaware County Community College, Media, PA


Developmental Education: How Are We Doing?

Presenter:David Hartleb, President
Northern Essex Community College, Haverhill MA


Focus Group: Tass Conference Report

Presenter: Elizabeth M. Hastings, Professor
Middlesex Community College, Lowell, MA


Broader Ideas

Presenter: Cindy Wallace
Vice Chancellor for Student Development
Appalachian State University

2009 TASS Conference Presentations

2009 Conference Brochure

March 8-11, 2009
West Palm Beach, Florida

 

Cool Assistive Technology Tools for Everyone

Presenter: Kathy Burris
Assistive Technology Coordinator & Educator at Landmark College, Putney, VT


Giving Voice to Our Students’ Great Ideas

Presenter: Linda A. Desjardins
Professor at Northern Essex Community College, Haverhill MA


Wise Choices
Teaching Personal Responsibility Through Responsible Decision-making

Presenter: Dr. Carol Gleichsner
Associate Professor at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, PA


Failure to Launch

Presenter: Dr. Lane A. Glenn
Vice President of Academic Affairs at Northern Essex Community College, Haverhill MA


Designated Tutoring:
Intervention for At-Risk First-Year College Students

Presenters: Tina Kondopoulos, Director, SGS Peer Tutoring, and Lynn Dornink, Associate Director General Studies Program
Northeastern University, Boston MA


Breaking Boundaries to Promote STEM Succes

Presenters: Ms. Cathy Lysy and Dr. Carla Romney, Science and Engineering Program, Boston University, Boston MA


Academic Survival Skills 24/7

Presenter:Lucy Tribble MacDonald M.A.
Faculty, Chemeketa Community College, Sarasota FL

http://www.howtostudy.org

  1. Can I link to your site? YES
  2. How much does it cost? It's FREE.
  3. Can I use the badge graphic on the credits page and post this on my site? YES
  4. Can I assign my students to use this site? YES. They just add your email and then you can see what they submit.
  5. What about privacy? Students can CHOOSE to be anonymous. Just check the box.
  6. What data do you collect?  I do NOT collect or store any information or emails. Nor do I sell any information.
  7. How do you keep this up?  I paid a programmer to write a php database and a management system, which makes it easy to post student reviews.
  8. Can we use this in tutor training? YES. Just have your tutors write reviews.  The audience is other students and tutees.

Thank you, Teacher!
Celebrating the Present, Touching the Future

Presenter: Steve Piscitelli
Professor, Florida Community College at Jacksonville, Jacksonville FL


Successful Online Learning
A Collaboration between Student and instructor

Presenter: Robin S. Robinson
Director of Distance Education, Framingham State College, Framingham MA


Building up, not Breaking down: Weaving approaches to Reading

Presenters: Marilyn McCarthy and Patricia Schade
Professors at Northern Essex Community College, Haverhill MA


Peer Review, Leadership in Reading and Metacognition:
Reading Apprenticeship in Action

Presenter: Patricia Schade
Assistant Professor at Northern Essex Community College, Haverhill MA

 

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