"Student success in college depends on both student effort and institutional effort; it's a reciprocal relationship between what the college does for its students and what students do for themselves."
- Joe Cuseo
Enhancing student success in college is a national concern because growing numbers of students are entering higher education academically underprepared and disengaged. Research suggests that there are timeless and universal educational principles that promote student motivation, retention (persistence to graduation), and academic achievement. These pervasive principles are associated with positive outcomes for all students, regardless of their college-entry characteristics, but they have particularly powerful effects on at-risk students.
This program by educational expert Joe Cuseo is going to talk about specific, high-impact practices that can be used inside and outside the classroom to implement these seven, research-based principles of student success:
You will be provided with a common language that can be used by all members of the campus community to foster a culture of student success across campus. You will also receive an extensive set of research-based references supporting the program's practical recommendations and manuscripts containing additional scholarship and assessment strategies related to the program topic. The program will effectively integrate research, theory, and practice in a way that articulates 'what to do' and 'why to do it.'
Acquire detailed, practical strategies for:
Who Should Attend
Anyone on campus who is interested in promoting student learning, retention, and college completion can attend.
Joe Cuseo holds a doctoral degree in Educational Psychology and Assessment from the University of Iowa and is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Marymount College (California)-where for more than 25 years he directed the first-year seminar-a core course required of all new students. He is a 14-time recipient of ... More info