Student Success: Integrating Success Strategies in the Classroom is a three-part series of online lectures and workshops aimed at providing instructors with strategies for supporting student success in their classrooms. This series is a collaboration between Academic Coaching, the Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS), and the Center for Educational Technology and Curricular Innovation (CETCI).
All sessions are offered via Zoom, and recordings will be available to participants.
Student Success Series Session One: Normalizing Peer Tutoring
Normalizing peer tutoring and other help-seeking behaviors in your classroom can increase your students' willingness to access academic support resources. Peer tutoring and other academic supports have a myriad of positive impacts on student retention, persistence, and overall academic performance. In the classroom, being transparent and shifting the ways we talk about services can have a huge impact on student perception and usage of services. This session covers the impacts of peer tutoring on academic performance and overall student experience and focuses on practical strategies you can use to normalize tutoring and encourage your students to seek out the help they need to succeed in your courses.
- Session One: Normalizing Peer Tutoring
Date/Time: Tuesday, Feb. 28, 4-5 p.m.
Presenter: Josie Ragolia, Student Success Librarian
- Session Two: Exploring Student Motivation
Date/Time: Tuesday, March 7, 4-5 p.m.
Presenter: Lea Griess, Academic Success Coordinator
- Session Three: Developing an Evidence-Based Learning Practice
Date/Time: Tuesday, March 14, 4-5:30 p.m.
Presenters: Jennifer Lantrip, Health Sciences Student Success Librarian and Robbie Pock, Instructional Designer