Teaching Unprepared Students: Strategies that Work
Teaching, teaching skills, improving teaching, helping students
It's happening at every institution: more and more students are arriving on campus without the tools they need to succeed in college. They lack skills; often they lack motivation; some just don’t seem to “get” that college takes hard work and commitment.
You see it in reading assignments that go unread … homework that’s poorly done, or not done at all … course assignments that are sloppy and incomplete. And, sadly, what you see next is students dropping out. You don’t have to sit by and watch that happen, though. You can intervene with corrective guidance that will help get unprepared students better aligned with the demands and expectations of college.
In the online seminar, Teaching Unprepared Students: Strategies that Work, discover a host of valuable practices and techniques to help you do just that.
Original Publication Citation
Griffin, Tyler J., Alford, Kenneth L. (2013). “Teaching Unprepared Students: Strategies that Work.” Online Seminar and training DVD for Magna Publications Inc. Madison, Wisconsin.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Griffin, Tyler J. and Alford, Kenneth L., "Teaching Unprepared Students: Strategies that Work" (2013). Faculty Publications. 3401.