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Wow.  I knew Michelle while I worked at TTU.  She was always a great employee and now I can’t wait to read her work.  Thanks for sharing.

Rebecca Daly Cofer
Coordinator, Academic Achievement Center
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of McConnell, Michael C
Sent: Thursday, June 08, 2017 1:54 PM
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Subject: “Part-Whole Study Improves Memory for Science Information,” by Michelle Kiser, on the TX DEPCO

Check out this short article, “Part-Whole Study Improves Memory for Science Information,” by Dr. Michelle Kiser of Texas Tech University,” on the Texas Developmental Education Professional Community Online (TX DEPCO):
http://depco.wp.txstate.edu/2016/10/10/part-whole-study-improves-memory-for-science-information/<https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fdepco.wp.txstate.edu%2F2016%2F10%2F10%2Fpart-whole-study-improves-memory-for-science-information%2F&data=01%7C01%7Crcofer%40ABAC.EDU%7C844eda1b4b2043963c4308d4ae975b8c%7C56c9143594114ebda73c604ed67ee5a3%7C1&sdata=XoepypttKFqBaCGnq%2FN8aZWmOolKoj09iuZt%2Bog2MqM%3D&reserved=0>

In addition to an extensive list of journal articles and references, links to professional organizations and journals, a list of upcoming conferences, and announcements for free professional development events and online modules through the Texas Success Initiative Professional Development Program, you can also find the following articles that highlight promising practices in the field of college readiness:


•         “Implementing Contextualization into the IRW Classroom: Making IRW Worth It” by Jessica Slentz Reynolds

•         “Self-Regulation and Students with Mental Illness” by Ren VanderLind

•         “Students’ Attitudes towards Mathematics at a Historical Black University (HBU)” by Jonah Mutua.

•         “The Many Legacies of Dr. Claire Ellen Weinstein, Part 1 Tribute: Learning Frameworks Courses,” by Russ Hodges and Taylor Acee

•         “Mastery Learning: Policies and Procedures that Help it Work,” by Denise Lujan

•         “Using Tableau Theatre in the Integrated Reading and Writing Classroom,” by Tamara Harper Shetron and Kristie O’Donnell Lussier

•         “Technology + Pedagogy Guide: Bringing Method to the Madness,” by Shaunna Smith

•         “Overcoming Mathematics and Testing Anxiety with Research-Based Strategies,” by Theresa Hoang and Darolyn Flaggs

•         “Transforming Instruction with Technology” by Nathalie Vega-Rhodes

•         “How to Contextualize Math Using Infographs,” by Patricia Helmuth

•         “Program Improvement in Adult Education through Professionalization,” by David Borden

•         “Doing Different in the Mathematics Classroom,” by Stephanie Cockrell Andrews

•         “Part-Whole Study Improves Memory for Science Information” by Michelle Kiser

•         “Teaching Writing to Students in Transition: Models for Success” by William J. Barry

•         “Acceleration in Mathematics” by JP Anderson & Kristen Foxley

•         “Motivate Learning Through Online Gaming,” by Holly Lutze

•         “Metacognition: Critical Start for Literacy Instruction” by Tasha Vice

•         “Beyond Pro and Con: Re-thinking MOOCs” by William J. Barry

•         “Centering Disability Support in the Learning Center” by Jack Trammell

•         “Developing a ‘Visual Rhetoric’ for Students on the Spectrum” by Jack Trammell

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS ENDED
As of May, 2017, the Texas Developmental Education Professional Community Online is no longer accepting submissions for the TX DEPCO blog of promising practices in the field of developmental education due to a full publishing schedule throughout Summer 2017 until the end of the Texas Success Initiative Professional Development Program, funded by the Texas Higher Education Coordination Board, in August 2017. We at the TX DEPCO would like to thank our contributors and readers for two successful years of publishing. We couldn’t have done it without you.

ABOUT
The TX DEPCO blog and social media presence are housed under the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Professional Development (PD) Program, managed by Texas State University’s Education Institute and funded by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The purpose of the TX DEPCO is to highlight promising practices in college readiness and to serve through social media as a resource-sharing archive and means of professional community-building. You can learn more about the TSI PD Program at http://www.tei.education.txstate.edu/TSI-PD/About-the-Grant.html<https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.tei.education.txstate.edu%2FTSI-PD%2FAbout-the-Grant.html&data=01%7C01%7Crcofer%40ABAC.EDU%7C844eda1b4b2043963c4308d4ae975b8c%7C56c9143594114ebda73c604ed67ee5a3%7C1&sdata=zZu4VlwIPKUe%2BtT%2FDFapg9BGTiUHuE55JWd7ea6GDs0%3D&reserved=0>.

If you have any questions, please contact the Grant Director, Ysabel Ramirez, at [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>, or the Principal Investigator, Dr. Emily Miller Payne, at [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>.


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

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