Research & Teaching in Developmental Education

Research & Teaching in Developmental Education is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 28, No. 2, Spring

Bits & Bytes: Accessibility Is Everyone's Responsibility
Over the past few months the faculty and staff in the Office of Disability Services at my college have been working tirelessly to share the impact of the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment Act of 2008 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.While...
Expanding the Learning Experience beyond the Classroom Walls for Developmental Immigrant Students
AbstractDevelopmental immigrant students are a growing phenomenon in the United States, a growing population in higher education, and a growing presence in undergraduate classes, and like their mainstream developmental counterparts, many are academically...
Foreword
Developmental educators are sometimes thought of as alchemists. They are the ones who believe themselves capable of taking underprepared students and transforming them into college-ready scholars. In common with the alchemists of old, they are sometimes...
Investigating Algebraic Procedures Using Discussion and Writing
AbstractThis study reports on the implementation of an intermediate algebra curriculum centered on a framework of student-centered questions designed to investigate algebraic procedures. Instructional activities were designed to build discourse in the...
My Teacher's PASSWORD
My Teacher's PASSWORD LaBate, Jim. (201 1). My Teacher 's PASSWORD. Clifton Park, NY: Mohawk River Press.Many fictional works have been set in colleges and universities. From Kingsley Am is 's Lucky Jim to the Kate Pansier series of mysteries by Amanda...
Responses to Error: Sentence-Level Error and the Teacher of Basic Writing
I don't think there's an issue that more divides us - divides those of us who care about the teaching of writing, and especially basic writing - than the question of what to do about sentence-level error, error in grammar, mechanics, punctuation, usage....
Students with Asperger Syndrome
This is a regular column which will serve to provide insight into the experience of students with special needs as well as suggestions for educators to help them reach their full potential. Each article will focus on an individual need or disability,...
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