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Roueche, John E. – Community College Review, 1975
Mastery learning has been called cold and impersonal. On the contrary, it is humane because it allows for individual differences, emphasizes each student's ability to master the subject at hand, and provides honest and opencommunication between students and instructors. (DC)
Descriptors: Behavioral Objectives, Competency Based Education, Humanistic Education, Individual Differences
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Roueche, John E.; Archer, Patricia F. – Community College Review, 1979
Reviews elements of college entry assessment, diagnosis, and analytic tests and surveys. Discusses what to assess and how, gathering information and the ethics of tests and describes various achievement, guidance, vocational, reading, and self-concept tests. (MB)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, College Freshmen, Community Colleges, Diagnostic Tests
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Roueche, John E.; And Others – Community College Review, 1985
Based on a review of research and literature on student academic performance, provides an overview of the state of basic skills (developmental) instruction in the two-year college. Discusses the characteristics of successful basic skills programs. (DMM)
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Basic Skills, Community Colleges, Developmental Studies Programs
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Roueche, John E. – Community College Review, 1996
Describes a model developed to improve the integration of part-time faculty, using socialization, communication, and participation strategies to enhance identification with the institution. Discusses results from a study of community college strategies for integrating part-time faculty, indicating that few institutions had aggressive strategies.…
Descriptors: College Environment, College Faculty, Community Colleges, Educational Practices
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Rippey, Donald T.; Roueche, John E. – Community College Review, 1977
Externally imposed enrollment limits and resultant reduced funding will effect the type of student recruited by community colleges. Should the non-traditional, high risk student be discouraged from enrolling, the consequences for educational as well as national social policy appear great. (LH)
Descriptors: Access to Education, College Admission, Community Colleges, Educational Policy