Academic journal article Research & Teaching in Developmental Education

Foreword

Academic journal article Research & Teaching in Developmental Education

Foreword

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Writing the Foreword for RTDE has always been the last step in the process of publishing the journal. The intent has been to give readers a brief overview of the content of the issue. As such, the articles in this issue address topics such as a collaborative program between a university and high school, immigrant students' misconceptions about college, first year performance of developmental students, quizzes and developmental students, and computer-mediated math instruction. The columns continue to present various authors perspectives on topics related to developmental education. This issue contains a book review and an Endnote which asks readers to take a close look at students' beliefs and how these beliefs impact learning.

All of the above are topics pertinent to who we are as developmental educators as well as how we interact with our students. Our interaction should and must continue to focus on student success through our programs and our courses. Developmental education remains one of the positive aspects of higher education because of this. …

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