Conference Presentations

Concurrent Session Presentations

1.01: A Better Powerpoint
1.02: ACT Benchmark Achievement: Implications for Student Success
1.03: Active Students Learn More
1.04: Promoting Student Engagement in Higher Education Learners
1.05: The Future is Now: Integrating Inexpensive, Easy to Use Technology to Foster Student Success
1.06: The Motivation Within: What Drives Our Students to Success?
1.07: Student Success Specialists - Supplemental Support to Increase Student Success
1.08: Jailhouse Rock: Escape Room for a Captive Audience
1.09: Supporting the needs of a culturally diverse student population online
1.10: High-Impact Activities: How At-Risk Students Define Academic Success
1.11: First Year Experience or First Year Experiment: What Phase Is Your College In?
2.01: The Kellogg Institute and the NCDE: 40 Years of Professional Development
2.02: Accudemia: Your Student Services Working in Concert
2.03: Unboxing Student Success: Using tips and tricks to increase student productivity and efficiency
2.04: Let’s get them connected: Creating opportunities for student success through technology
2.05: The Power of Highlighting and Color-Coding
2.06: Loving Students to Success by Creating an Academic Village
2.07: A Polyphonic, Multi-Modal Approach to the Online Co-Requisite Classroom: Many Voices and Paths for Success
2.08: Inclusion for Everyone: Creating Tutoring Programs to Address the Needs of All Students
2.09: Some Sounds of Success Using Integrated Reading-Writing Corequisites and Open Educational Resources
2.10: Will You Be My Mentor?
2.11: Lesson Study: Professional Development for Community College Math Faculty to Support Student Learning
2.12: Evaluating Changes to Learning Support in the University System of Georgia
2.13: Establishing Diverse Leadership within NOSS: We Make the Road by Walking It
3.01: CRLA Mentor & Tutor Training Program Certification
3.02: Using the Academic Program Evaluation Standards for Student Success in Higher Education
3.03: Fine Tune Your Course with Metacognitive Strategies to Promote the Sounds of Academic Success
3.04: Re/Sounding Success in an Online Developmental Writing Class
3.05: Success for Adult Students is on the RISE: The Transformation of Math Anxiety
3.06: The Advising Partnership: Empowering Students to Chart Their Own Courses
3.07: First Wave: Developing a First-Gen Program with Faculty Support
3.08: NC RISEs for Student Success - A Statewide Corequisite Model
3.09: High-Impact Service-Based Scholarship Program for At-Risk Students
3.10: Next-Level Math Corequisites: Distance Learning and Hybrids
3.12: Integrating Reading and Writing in a Co-Requisite Context

3.13: How False Narratives, Not Data, Are Driving Reforms

4.01: Creating Sounds of Success through Community Building in a Virtual Environment
4.02: Assessing Higher Order Thinking Skills to Improve Transfer Knowledge
4.03: “State-of-the-State” by the NOSS Mathematics Network
4.04: Why Don't They Study? Applications from Transtheoretical Psychology
4.05: Three Course Designs in Four Years: Developing a Basic Writing Course that Orchestrates Student Success
4.06: Strategies for Orchestrating a Comprehensive Math Learning Center
4.07: Building the Social Dimension in the Classroom
4.08: The Answer Really is in the Syllabus: Using Digital Tools to Make a Syllabus Today's Students Will Actually Use
4.09: Unheard and Underserved: Promoting Success of Former Foster, Homeless, and Unaccompanied Students in Higher Education
4.11: Ted Talk Tuesdays: Creating a Sustainable Diversity Program to Engage Faculty, Staff, and Students
4.12: Improving Math Success: Integrate Math Study Skills into Math, Co-requisite and Student Success Courses
4.13: Student Experiences in Corequisite Remediation Versus Traditional Developmental Education: Findings from an Experimental Study in Texas
5.01: Redefining the Developmental Curriculum
5.02: Enhancing the Learning Experience Using OER
5.03: NOSS Tutoring Network: Beyond Tutoring
5.04: Students Collaborating for Shared Success Through Group Projects Creating a Sweet Melody
5.05: Video Games, Virtual Reality and Literacy Practices: Increasing Student Engagement

5.08: Incorporating Experiential Learning Into Online Courses
5.09: Always on My Mind: Instructor Influence on Student Mindset and Goal Setting in Developmental Courses
5.10: Building a Faculty Led Teaching and Learning Academy (TALA)
5.11: The Sound of Resilience: Trauma Informed Initiatives for Student Success
5.12: Composing Effective Co-Requisite Courses for Mathematics
5.13: For the Win: A Harmonious Approach for Fostering the Academic Success of Black Male Student-Athletes
6.01: Organized Resources Are Used Resources!
6.02: Faculty Perceptions to the Implementation of Integrated Developmental Reading and Writing: A Case Study Findings
6.03: Creating and Refining Supplemental Instruction Resources for Business Calculus Courses: The Impact on Student Success
6.04: Rethinking Diversity Tutor Training: Addressing Blind Spots and Biases in Tutoring
6.05: Grown-Up Conversations: Best practices for engaging adult learners in discussion boards
6.06: Co-Requisite Mathematics Remediation: Is it working? Data Results from a Four Year Public Institution
6.07: Online Courses: Adventure is Out There!
6.08: Lessons Learned for Successfully Implementing Corequisite Math Pathways
6.09: Developmental Education Program Redesigns that Ends on a Positive Note
6.10: Hearing All of Who They Are: Listening to Students During Non-Cognitive Check-In
6.11: The Struggle is Real: Revealing the Potential of Probationary Students
6.12: Pressure, Pushing Down on Costs, Pushing Up on Student Success: Promoting Student Success with OERs
6:13: Scaling What Works: Corequisite Models Transform How Texas Institutions Serve Students
7.01: Upgrading to Credit-Bearing Courses: Redesigning Curriculum with Students First
7.02: Academic and Social Expectations of Incoming College Students, and their Stability in the First Year
7.03: Introductions: A Prelude to Student Success in Online Classes
7.04: Mathematics Placement Tests, Are They Really Necessary for College Success?
7.05: NOSS Tutoring Network: Embedded Tutoring Panel Discussion
7.06: Writing and the Media: Student Success in the Digital Age
7.07: Promoting an Academic Success Mindset among College Students through GEMS
7.08: Helping Generation 1.5 Students Succeed in 2020 and Beyond
7.09: Do You Hear What I Hear? Finding the Sound of Success in our Written Feedback
7.10: The Savvy Advisors' Proven ROI for Student Success
7.11: Teaching the Whole Student: Emphasis on Mindfulness, Resilience, and Metacognitive Techniques
7.12: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Large-Scale Corequisite Implementation
7.13: Optimizing Your Persistence & Retention Management Portfolio: Designing Performance Metrics & Effective Communication Plans

7.14: National Math Summit: Planning for 2021

8.01: The Stone Soup Approach to Writing: Helping beginners over the first few obstacles to writing
8.02: Mathematics Workshops at Tennessee State University
8.03: Parsing the Cacophony: Developing Critical Literacy Skills for English Language Learners and All Students
8.04: Voices from the Classroom: Faculty-Driven Reform in Developmental Reading and College Seminar
8.05: Basic Writing: Creating Harmony through Course Design
8:06: Responding to Student Writing: Where the Magic Happens
8.07: Mindfulness in a First Year Experience Course: Students Who Manage Stress Well, Manage College Well
8.08: Analyzing the Impact of Academic Coaching on Student Success
8.09: Help, I Need Somebody…Not just anybody: Strategic Tutor Training and Operations for Student Success
8.10: Innovative IRW: A Closer Look at IRW in Practice
8.11: Change is Messy: Leading multi-college change to integrate student support
8.12: A Collaborative Structure and Mindset Routines that Resonate in the Online Space
8.13: Campus-Wide Academic Support Platform
9.01: NOSS Vegas: Bet on Student Success
9.02: Revising Rubrics to Increase Clarity, Support Self-Assessment, and Encourage Student Success
9.03: English Spoken; American Understood: Teaching Global English for Diversity, Inclusion, and Success
9.04: Sounds of . . . Engagement! Boost Student Success with Escape Rooms
9.05: Online Tutoring as a Retention Tool
9.06: IDEA Versus ADA: Differences That Impact Students' College Success
9.07: Every Orchestra Needs a Conductor: Mending the WAC Leadership Gap
9.08: Speak up! Helping students find their voices
9.10: Harmonizing Pathways, Corequisite Mathematics Courses, and Success Coaches to Create a Symphony of Student Success
9.11: CUNY Start Summer Reading & Writing: An Accelerated Approach to Developmental Instruction and Advisement
9.12: Measuring Equitable Teaching Practices in the Classroom
9.13: Amplifying Diverse Voices: Social Justice in Developmental Education Contexts
10.01: Sounds of Successful Self-Regulation: LASSI, Writing Process, and an ALP Class
10.02: Community Building Strategies for Your Classroom
10.03: Supporting Students in Critical Reading and Writing: A Research-based Approach
10.04: Student Employment: Moving Forward as a High Impact Practice Campus-wide
10.05: (Ap)Parent Connection: Preparing for the Student Success Duet
10.06: Sounds Like a Plan: Fostering Student Success through Faculty Driven Professional Development
10.07: Integrating Web-Based Activities into Face-to-Face and Online Courses to Engage Generation Z Students
10:08: A Framework for Integrating Reading, Metacognition, and Technology into First- Year Co-requisite English Composition
10.09: Corequisite Models Around the Nation
10.10: Guiding College Students to Success in First-Year Mathematics Courses using Mathstarters, Math Games & Exit Tickets
10.11: Emerging Scholars – Supporting At-Risk Students in an Intensive Academic Support Program
10.12: How to Successfully Survive a Co-Req at Any Level
10:13: Virtual Applause: Increasing Student Motivation Through the Gamification of Online Classes
11.01: From CEUs to Semester Credit Hours
11.02: Developmental Honors? Absolutely!
11.03: Hitting the Right Notes with At-Risk Students: Restructuring through Collaboration with Adult Basic Education
11.04: I can see clearly now: How to remove obstacles in the way of student success
11.05: Setting up students to PASS (0900): Utilizing a course for Academic Recovery
11.06: What reading success sounds like, and how to facilitate it in the developmental IRW classroom
11.07: Are We There?
11.08: The sounds of success: Using contextual problem-based learning activities to increase student engagement
11.09: Composing a Co-requisite Mathematics Experience in Harmony with its Gateway Statistics Course
11.10: Data, Data Everywhere. What’s an Educator to Think?: Using Data Informed Curriculum Changes to Foster Success in a Composition Course Sequence
11.11: Orchestrating a New Approach to Teaching: Small Changes, Big Results
11.12: Who Said Math is Not My Thing
12.01: Mastery Learning and Adult Student Success
12.02: What's the big idea: Exploring QR concepts using Excel
12.03: Co-reqing Success with Curriculum English
12.04: A GEM of an Idea: How Microlearning and Faculty Development Facilitate Student Success
12.05: Sounds of Engagement - Utilizing Group Work to Deepen Student Understanding
12.06: Better as a Choir: Team Building in Corequisite Developmental Courses
12.07: Words Matter: Research-based Vocabulary Instruction and Practice across the Disciplines
12.08: Emphasizing recursive methods in the writing process: Developing an effective English composition co-requisite model
12.09: Becoming Who We Want to Be: How Our Words Shape Developmental Education's Future
12.10: Completing Co-Requisite in Math through Summer Completion Academy
12.11: Near-Peer Coaching for Student Success at Austin Peay State University
12.12: Teaching a New Generation of College Students: An Exploration of the Characteristics, Perspectives, and Values of Generation Z

Poster Presentations

PS.01: Breakthroughs in Breakouts: Using small group discussions in the online classroom
PS.02: Profiles of Undergraduate Completers: Acknowledging Alternative Paths
PS.03: The Intangibles: Student Success Isn't Always Measurable
PS.04: The Sound of Play in the Writing Classroom
PS.05: Sounds like Success for a Co-requisite College Algebra Class for All
PS.06: Mentor Modalities: Faculty/Staff & Peer Led for First-Generation Students
PS.07: Keeping the beat with placement testing
PS.08: Understanding Student Success through Analysis of GPA and Retention Metrics
PS.09: Bringing the Water to the Horse: Tutoring Outreach at a Small, Private 4-Year Institution
PS.10: Champions for Math Success!
PS.11: Creating an Environment of Success: Supporting Diversity Inside and Outside the Classroom
PS.12: Using Data Analytics to Facilitate Strategic Decision- Making in Admissions & Enrollment Management
PS2.1: Dual Credit and Advanced Placement Students in Developmental Education
PS2.2: Avoid Falling Flat: A Model for Offering Successful Exam Reviews
PS 2.3: Teaching Co-Requisite English in a Short Summer Session: Pitfalls and Possibilities
PS 2.4: Nonverbal Communication of Developmental Students
PS 2.5: Online Developmental English: Using the "Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education" to Improve Online Success
PS 2.6: Looking to the Future: Supporting Student & Institutional Success Today & Tomorrow
PS 2.7: Getting in tune: Improving college readiness through embedding in first-year experience classes
PS 2.8: Collaboration with an Instructional Designer: Students benefit from a mixed set of skills
PS 2.9: Motivating the Unmotivated by enabling meta-cognitive processes and self- efficacy
PS 2.10: Co-Requisite Model for Intermediate Algebra: Does It Improve Student Success?
PS 2.11: Success in Co-Req Transitional/College Algebra at Tennessee Tech University
PS 2.12: Two Truths and a Why: Teaching Cognitive Bias and Critical Thinking in First Year Composition
PS 2.13: Learning Community: The New Wave

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