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When I was a student athlete (football) at a junior college in East Texas, if we didn't go to morning study hall every morning, the coaches would make us run until we wished we were dead. But there was no scaffolding academically. Coaches moderated it. We just had to pretend to look busy. Very ineffective. I think that athletes should be supported in the same manner as the emporium model, with teachers, mentors, tutors, and academic coaches on-site.


Sincerely,

Michael C. McConnell
Doctoral Student in Developmental Education
Texas Developmental Education Professional Community Online
Texas Success Initiative Professional Development Program
The Education Institute
Texas State University



From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals <[log in to unmask]> on behalf of Josue Verduzco <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2017 1:20:01 PM
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Subject: Study Hall for athletes
 

Hello,

 

                Has anyone had any experience with Study Hall programs for Athletes? If you have, what has worked the best?

 

 

 

Josué Isaí Verduzco     

Learning Support Services Coordinator

Ph: (760) 355-6384

      (760) 355-6390

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