NOSS exists to assist education professionals in making a positive difference in the lives of students.
The following webliography was compiled by Wayne Pricer, Librarian, Schoolcraft College, Livonia, Michigan.Current State of Developmental Education, Hunter Boylan Developmental Mathematics Promising Practices (Boylan) Engaging Adjunct & Full Time Faculty in Student Success Innovation, a 2011 Guide Mindset Online National Organization for Student Success (NOSS), Michigan Chapter
Webinars, Teaching Online, and more
Webinar link to recoding: "Advancing Equity in Mathematics Pathways in the Era of the Pandemic" and PowerPoint
ACHE article -- 10 Inclusive Teaching Practices
Webinar link to recording: "Tools and Strategies for Engagine Developmental Mathematics Students in ONlien and Virtual Environments" and PowerPoint
Webinar link to recording: "Implementation of the Common Vision through the Eyes of the Teaching Practitioner" and PowerPoint and Bibliography
Black Minds Matter -- Series of 5 sessions on You Tube
Webinar link to recording: "Equity in the Math Classroom: Strategies for Reaching Every Student" and PowerPoint
Webinar link to recording: "Fostering Student and Faculty Ownership During a Pandemic" and PowerPoint
IRW Network shares ideas for teaching CoReq and Dev Ed courses online
Schoolcraft College shares guidance for students not familiar with online courses
Resources from NILOA: National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment
The following resources were collected from a national survey of developmental educators asking what specific books, articles, or other pieces of research/scholarship have been particularly useful or influential for informing your professional practices as a developmental educator. The survey was part of a larger study on developmental educators' professional engagement and resiliency conducted by Dr. Emily Suh, Texas State University and Dr. Darin Jensen, Des Moines Community College.