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126387137 What do first-year students need most: learning strategies instruction or academic socialization?  
108790102 The impact of academic accommodations on final grades in a postsecondary setting.  
108790101 Real men don't ask for directions: male student attitudes toward peer tutoring.  
108790100 Attitude changes reported by college students who tutored children in reading.  
108790099 Time and performance on the California Critical Thinking Skills Test.  
108790098 Buckling down: achieving and underachieving in the first year of university.  
108790097 Research to practice.  
102749290 Brief report: an introduction to learning styles for developmental educators Part II: the Ego Inventory.  
102749289 Response: commentary on Johnson and Coomes' "significant quality mathematics instruction needed".  
102749288 Response commentary math: who needs it?  
102749287 Response: significant quality mathematics instruction needed.  
102749286 Between the lines: reading and misreading student writers.  
102749285 Do reading skills courses help underprepared readers achieve academic success in college?  
102749284 Reading in a second language: a reading problem or a language problem?  
102749283 College students' beliefs, strategy employment, transfer, and academic performance: an examination across three academic disciplines.  
102749282 Creating a successful learning environment for postsecondary students with learning disabilities: policy and practice.  
102749281 Position statement on rights of adult readers and learners.  
102749280 Statement from the incoming editor.  
102749279 Statement from the outgoing editor.  
95913544 Case study response: a look beyond phonics.  
95913543 Case study response: phonics goes to university.  
95913542 When should fonnicks be tot to kollage stewdents.  
95913541 Reflections on multiculturalism in developmental education.  
95913540 Peer review as a motivating device in the training of writing skills for college students.  
95913539 Brief report: new roles for tutors in an online classroom.  
95913538 Transition from secondary to postsecondary education for students with disabilities: an exploration of the phenomenon.  
95913537 The relationship between self-efficacy and the functions of writing.  
95913536 Brief report: self-efficacy of developmental college students.  
95913535 Research report: better writers: writing center tutoring and the revision of rough drafts.  
87146236 Commentary: Math Problem Solving and Mental Discipline the Myth of Transferability.  
87146235 Commentary: protecting lear in a storm.  
87146234 Brief report: creating and evaluating factual study questions for developmental students.  
87146233 Case study response: oh what a difference a deadline makes--or does it?  
87146232 A question of procrastination or ineptitude (an analysis of the case study "it's due tomorrow: tutoring under a deadline").  
87146231 Case study: "it's due tomorrow": tutoring under a deadline.  
87146230 The reader's handbook: reading strategies for college and everyday life.  
87146229 Using a reading strategy to foster active learning in content area courses.  
87146228 Using learning styles inventories to promote active learning.  
87146227 Brief report: what developmental educators should know about learning styles and cognitive styles.  
87146226 Translating learning style theory into developmental education practice: an article based on Gregorc's cognitive learning styles.  
87146225 How to build a web site in six easy steps.  
87146224 Burnout in developmental education: a social environmental perspective on the risk for those who work with students at risk.  
80634041 The discourse of retrospective miscue analysis: links with adult learning theory.  
This article discusses the appropriateness of retrospective miscue analysis (RMA) for post-secondary developmental readers through the perspective of adult learning theory. Through analyzing the...
80634040 Response to "what knowledge is most worth knowing?".  
Jim Bell and Pam Flagel's fascinating case study, "What Knowledge Is Most Worth Knowing? Grammar, Critical Thinking, and Revision in Writing Conferences," casts a raking light over some of our...
80634039 Case study: what knowledge is most worth knowing? Grammar, critical thinking, and revision in writing conferences.  
In this educational case study, an English as a Second Language student brings a draft of his argument essay for freshman composition to a tutor in a university writing center. The situation...
80634038 Brief report: an introduction to learning styles for college teachers.  
80634037 Translating learning style theory into university teaching practices: an article based on kolb's experiential learning model.  
The concept of learning style as a construct that affects individual students' learning preferences is not new. Whether defined in terms of self-views, needs, personalities, individual attitudes,...
80634036 Brief report: writing styles of college students.  
The college writing style model is based on a wide range of research conducted both here and abroad. The basic paradigm reflects two core orientations toward writing, deep and surface, as...
80634035 Commentary: learning styles and higher education: a tool of inclusion or exclusion?  
80634034 Improving cross-cultural text revision.  
This article presents a strategy that helps ESL students improve their writing by developing a culturally based self-monitoring strategy that guides them through the revision process. The...

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