Day Two Breakout Sessions: Learning with Our Partners
Participants had the opportunity to attend two breakout sessions to learn from a range of experts in different areas of developmental education reform.
Applying Research to Practice: Improving Equity Through Corequisite Support
Facilitators: Andrea Burridge, Susana Hernández and Amy E. Harris Tan
Subject: Findings from a multi-year, mixed-methods research study of the corequisite model at Houston Community College (HCC), one of the nation’s largest and most racially/ethnically diverse community college systems.
Broader Campus Supports: Success and Equity Through Quality Instruction
Facilitators: Bacari Brown and Jonathan Gyurko
Subject: The holistic transformation necessary to engage faculty in developmental education reform and how to use the SStF toolkit to lead change in states and systems.
Improving College Success for Students in Corequisite Reading
Facilitator: Florence Xiaotao Ran
Subject: Findings of a study that examined outcomes of students who were placed into corequisite reading, and how delivery structures were associated with student outcomes.
Learning Mindsets Matter: Implications for Developmental Education Reform Models and Equity
Facilitator: Yoi Tibbetts
Subject: Recent findings that highlight the connection between students’ learning mindsets and their environment, with implications for critical academic outcomes (e.g., grades, persistence).
Seeing Is Believing: Activities to Visualize and Understand Student Success and Dev Ed Reform
Facilitator: Brandon Protas
Subject: This session focused on the types of activities that participants could use during professional development sessions at their sites when making the case for student success and developmental education reform/corequisite support.