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Katie H. Dufault – Learning Assistance Review, 2023
Research on peer academic coaching is limited and primarily focused on the outcomes of students receiving coaching. However, the peer coach also learns through experience. This qualitative study aims to understand peer academic coaches' perceptions of their coaching roles and experiences. I collected interview and artifact data from three…
Descriptors: Peer Teaching, Undergraduate Students, Coaching (Performance), Cooperation
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Daniel W. Aucutt – Learning Assistance Review, 2023
The secret to steering students to academic support who would benefit the most was elusive before the COVID-19 exodus from campus, and the challenges have only diversified since the expansion of virtual learning. As enrollments rebound in the post-pandemic world, learning centers are striving to re-engage students returning to campus and those…
Descriptors: Tutoring, COVID-19, Pandemics, Electronic Learning
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Jennifer Burke Reifman; Mikenna Sims; Mik Penarroyo; Loren Torres; Mahlia White – Learning Assistance Review, 2023
The following study employed a student-centered methodology to understand undergraduate student confusion with student learning outcomes (SLOs), or the statements that specify what students should know or be able to do by the end of a course. Through understanding and investigating student confusion with undergraduate student researchers, we have…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Undergraduate Students, Student Educational Objectives, Outcomes of Education
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J. R. Teeter – Learning Assistance Review, 2023
Transactional Analysis has long been used in therapy settings and by coaching institutions to improve personal outcomes. It is best described as a practical application of tools to guide interpersonal interactions. Born out of Transactional Analysis is the Drama Triangle created by Stephen Karpman (1968), OK Corral created by Frank H. Ernst Jr.…
Descriptors: Psychotherapy, College Students, Teacher Student Relationship, Academic Achievement
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Juan F. Jiménez – Learning Assistance Review, 2023
This qualitative case study was conducted to understand the process learning center administrators used in the creation or remodeling of learning center spaces at a 2-year college system in the Midwest. Data were collected through interviews, which were transcribed and analyzed to conduct a within- and cross-case analysis. Four themes emerged from…
Descriptors: Two Year Colleges, Learning Centers (Classroom), Administrators, Construction (Process)
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Courtney L. Werner; Leah Coppola – Learning Assistance Review, 2023
This article examines the results of a study comparing writing centers' mission statements with their statements about changes due to COVID-19. Of the 100 center websites examined, 28 had both mission and COVID statements. Our study unpacks trends found across those 28 websites. Using a content analysis approach, we coded content on these websites…
Descriptors: Position Papers, COVID-19, Laboratories, Writing (Composition)
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JoJo Jacobson; Joan Giblin – Learning Assistance Review, 2023
This essay recommends embedded tutoring as a strategy for the Universal Design for Learning Framework. Embedded tutoring embodies many metacognitive and academic self regulatory processes suggested by the UDL framework into one specific vehicle and disrupts the inherent classroom power dynamic. Utilizing Brookfield's critical lens, we trace the…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Tutoring, Equal Education, Barriers
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Serpil Tekir; Tuba Okçu – Learning Assistance Review, 2023
At English Medium Instruction (EMI) universities, where the English language is used to teach academic subjects in countries where the first language of the majority of the population is not English, students are required to undertake a preparatory year English language program before they are permitted to commence their chosen field of study. The…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, English (Second Language), Language of Instruction, Academic Persistence
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Mary McDonald – Learning Assistance Review, 2023
This study is a follow-up to one on the pass rates of basic writers in a large, urban Midwestern university. Students who came for eight or more mandatory writing center tutorials for their basic writing course passed at a rate of 90% or higher each semester from 2013-2016. The current study examined their graduation rates. These students…
Descriptors: Basic Writing, College Students, Laboratories, Writing (Composition)
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Nicole D. Perez; Patrick D. Dempsey – Learning Assistance Review, 2023
Indirect and direct assessment methods have a long standing history in college learning centers. Being more resource-intensive and time-consuming, direct assessment methods are often underrepresented in the literature and in practice. This paper presents a case study of how a pretest-posttest assessment initiative was designed to measure student…
Descriptors: Performance Based Assessment, College Students, Learning Laboratories, Pretests Posttests
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Seana Chaves; Valerie Lee; Sarah Morris; Ann Reinecke; Austin Tome – Learning Assistance Review, 2023
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, embedded tutoring became a popular model to address the need for additional student support in higher education. Four U.S. community colleges collaborated to develop a successful embedded tutoring model that provides a framework and definition for embedded tutoring and training for tutors and participating…
Descriptors: Tutoring, Models, Community Colleges, Training
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Caleb Zuiderveen – Learning Assistance Review, 2022
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on higher education is being widely studied. However, research on its effect on tutoring is relatively sparse. Furthermore, no study places existing studies in dialogue with each other. This study synthesizes ten international articles on higher education tutoring during the pandemic. This review found changes…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Tutoring, Higher Education
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Mary Emenike; Thomas Cuthbert; Stacey Blackwell – Learning Assistance Review, 2022
Academic peer leadership positions provide opportunities for undergraduate students to develop content knowledge, Twenty-first Century Skills, and their beliefs about teaching and learning. To explore peer leaders' (PLs') epistemological development, the Epistemological Beliefs about Physical Sciences (EBAPS) survey was administered to 135 PLs…
Descriptors: Student Leadership, Undergraduate Students, Student Development, Epistemology
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Lindsay Vance; Michelle Meadows; Joanne Caniglia – Learning Assistance Review, 2022
Many states and universities have testing requirements within their undergraduate teacher education programs for obtaining teaching licensure. These tests include the Praxis Core in reading, writing, and mathematics taken at the beginning of their program and content area assessments near the end of their study. Many students struggle to pass…
Descriptors: High Stakes Tests, Metacognition, Reflection, Undergraduate Students
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Russ Hodges; Jonathan Lollar; Taylor Acee – Learning Assistance Review, 2022
Since the 1920s, colleges have offered how-to-study courses orientating students to the rituals of academic study. We present an historical overview of these courses by highlighting major developments including the emergence of courses that evolved from skill-based curriculum underpinned by behaviorism to strategy-based curriculum underpinned by…
Descriptors: Study Skills, Courses, Educational History, Behaviorism
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