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The new CRLA Peer Mentor Certification Program may be of help to any of you
who are thinking of implementing a mentor program, implementing mentor
training, or rewarding your mentors for the training and work they do. I
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address directly to me.HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL!




At 12:00 AM 12/8/98 -0700, you wrote:
>Date:     Tue, 8 Dec 1998 00:00:23 -0700
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>There are 31 messages totalling 1275 lines in this issue.
>
>Topics of the day:
>
>  1. Wondering about Ed.... (11)
>  2. Spoken English, Written English
>  3. Tutoring Manuals
>  4. Spoken English (3)
>  5. peer academic mentors (3)
>  6. Tutoring by Telephone
>  7. Reply: Re: Spoken English (2)
>  8. Remembering Ed... (3)
>  9. Supplemental Instruction National Survey
> 10. Speaking of Colloquial English... (3)
> 11. Holiday song for the math lab
> 12. Remembering Ed....
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 00:16:19 -0800
>From:    Catalina Colaci <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Wondering about Ed....
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
>
>Perhaps somebody could initiate a message, addressed to the list where each
>one of us could include either a line or just a signature and then send it
>to someone who, in turn could deliver it to the family?
>
>At 10:03 PM 12/6/98 -0800, you wrote:
>>On Sat, 5 Dec 1998, Guy Kimura wrote:
>>
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>>> I have bad news, I heard from Ed home campus that he passed away a few
>months ago.  We all will miss him.
>>>
>>> Guy
>>>
>>
>>I would like to express my codolences to the family.  What is it about the
>>good ones anyway?  One of our colleauges passed away on the first day of
>>his retirement.
>>
>>
>>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>x Bev Krieger                     x
>>x Kwantlen University College     x
>>x ACP Department                  x
>>x Langley Campus                  x
>>x 12666-72 Avenue                 x
>>x Surrey, BC Canada V3W 2M8       x
>>x Email:  [log in to unmask]      x
>>x Phone: (604) 599-3336           x
>>x Fax: (604) 599-3277             x
>>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>
>>
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 08:15:54 -0500
>From:    "Fernandez, Jody" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Wondering about Ed....
>MIME-Version: 1.0
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>All this makes me regret not being a member of this list earlier so that I
>could have had a chance to read Ed's words. Thank you all for everything you
>post - it makes a difference in my day.
>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Jan Norton [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
>> Sent: Sunday, December 06, 1998 6:41 PM
>> To:   [log in to unmask]
>> Subject:      Re: Wondering about Ed....
>>
>> A new challenge for the new millenium: learning how to grieve a death in
>> the list-family, which, like many real families, is an oddly distancing,
>> oddly comforting group of people who both do and do not know each other.
>>
>> May we all find comfort in the ways that we need it most.
>>
>> _______________________________________________________________________
>>
>> Jan Norton, Director
>> Center for Academic Support             Phone: (816) 271-4536
>> Missouri Western State College          Email: [log in to unmask]
>> 4525 Downs Drive                        Fax: (816) 271-4574
>> St. Joseph, MO  64507                   Website: www.mwsc.edu/~cas
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 07:46:04 -0600
>From:    SHIREY A VANHOOK <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Wondering about Ed....
>MIME-Version: 1.0
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>
>Me too!!
>
>Shirey Van Hook
>Academic Achievement Center
>Ozarks Technical Community College
>P.O. Box 5958
>Springfield, MO 65801
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 09:21:40 EST
>From:    Linda Evans <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Spoken English, Written English
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>I've been reading this thread with interest.  Before I came into the
>learning assistance fold at the university level, I was first an
>elementary bilingual and ESL teacher and then a university-level ESL
>instructor.  The constant thread throughout has been an emphasis on
>literacy.  I agree with all that was said about ways to modify a
>dialect of English to a more standard form, and I wholeheartedly
>agree with the need to do so in order that the student might
>represent herself well in whatever setting she chooses to enter.
>
>I guess where the conversation began to attract my attention was the
>reference to allowing students to write however they choose, never
>mind using correct grammar, spelling, etc.  In all my training in
>whole language, phonetics, literacy, etc. I never encountered any
>authority who said that spelling and grammar should be ignored.
>Rather, the literature on invented spellings and whole language
>simply shifts the initial emphasis from a focus on the mechanics to a
>focus on meaning.  The impetus for doing so was that students were
>"word calling" in reading without comprehension, and writing essays
>which were executed with good mechanics but which said little.  The
>shift was meant to get students communicating and comprehending (the
>main purpose of literacy) and THEN to help them to polish up what
>they wrote or learn the phonetics for decoding from meaningful text,
>not words in isolation.  It may be that not all teachers followed
>through with the attention to mechanics, and from that whole language
>earned a bad name.  In any case, it seems that a balance must be
>brought when any "new" methodology is touted.  Many students benefit
>from direct instruction in grammar and phonetics and many students
>need a great deal of work with meaning-making whether reading or
>writing.  I find the whole language/phonetics controversy unnecessary
>and even damaging to the way we teach children to read.
>
>Just my two cents on a Monday morning!  Linda
>**********************************************************
>
>Linda S. Evans, Ph.D.
>Director, Reading & Learning Program, SVC 2124
>University of South Florida
>4202 E. Fowler Ave.
>Tampa, Florida 33620
>phone: 813-974-9308; fax: 813-974-5089
>[log in to unmask]
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 09:32:39 EST
>From:    "Ruth A. Doucette" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Tutoring Manuals
>
>Sorry, thought that I had sent the memo directly to the individual who
>requested one.  I apologize to the list serve.  Ruth A. Doucette
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 09:31:31 -0600
>From:    DonGarnett <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Spoken English
>
>I agree that written English also suffers.  Very irritating examples are
>often found on the local news, especially in smaller markets such as
>Lubbock, Texas, where I live.  Not only are errors in grammar frequent, the
>"talking heads" reading from the teleprompter apparently do not know the
>difference between what is right or wrong.  One of my pet peeves is the
>gradual change in what is first offensive, then tolerated, then accepted.
> Example:  "drug bust" becomes "busted" for arrested then "busted" for
>jaywalking.  Although some of my English teacher colleagues might call this
>the evolution of the English language, I can only see it as another example
>of lower standards or laziness.  Last night I heard a weekend anchor on
>television read, "The building was broke into."  GRRRR!
>
>
>Don Garnett
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 11:19:17 -0500
>From:    Deborah Pratt Sawoscinski <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Wondering about Ed....
>MIME-Version: 1.0
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>
>I am so sorry to hear this.  Sometimes one is afraid to ask after such a
>long silence...  I, too, would like to express my condolences to his
>family if a group message is organized or an address provided...
>
>Thank you for letting us know, Guy.
>Deb Pratt
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 11:26:03 -0500
>From:    Barbara M Stout <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Spoken English
>MIME-Version: 1.0
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>Don: I enjoyed your email! I want to include the incorrect grammatical
>sentences "I should have 'did' it." and "...should have'went'." I notice
>these are frequently misused even by educated people. I had a friend that
>the misuse of laying and lying drove her crazy. Since English is not my
>field I don't know what the answer is. Is it the evolution of the
>language?? Barb
>
>Barbara M. Stout
>Supplemental Instructional Specialist
>University of Pittsburgh
>311 Wm. Pitt Union
>Pittsburgh, PA 15260
>1-412-648-7920
>
>On Mon, 7 Dec 1998, DonGarnett wrote:
>
>> I agree that written English also suffers.  Very irritating examples are
>> often found on the local news, especially in smaller markets such as
>> Lubbock, Texas, where I live.  Not only are errors in grammar frequent, the
>> "talking heads" reading from the teleprompter apparently do not know the
>> difference between what is right or wrong.  One of my pet peeves is the
>> gradual change in what is first offensive, then tolerated, then accepted.
>>  Example:  "drug bust" becomes "busted" for arrested then "busted" for
>> jaywalking.  Although some of my English teacher colleagues might call this
>> the evolution of the English language, I can only see it as another example
>> of lower standards or laziness.  Last night I heard a weekend anchor on
>> television read, "The building was broke into."  GRRRR!
>>
>>
>> Don Garnett
>>
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 11:14:32 -0600
>From:    Rebecca Cory <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: peer academic mentors
>MIME-Version: 1.0
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>
>Hi folks,
>
>I've been lurking on this list for over a year, posting maybe once or twice
>in that time, and have enjoyed listening in on some high quality
>conversations.  Now, I have a question... I tried to search the archive,
>and did an ERIC search, but could not find information, so here goes...
>
>I am interested in setting up a program for peers to serve as academic
>mentors for each other.  I spend a good amount of time every year speaking
>to First Term Seminar classes, and working with individuals to do
>one-on-one time management sessions.  This has gotten highly repetitive.
>AND, the First Term Seminar (FTS) director has put on his wish list that I
>go to EVERY FTS class next Fall- there are 46 of them!  So I would like to
>look at starting a program that would have 2 or 3 sophamores or juniors
>serve as academic role models.  They could visit some of these classes,
>work with the Intro Bio class, and meet one-on-one with students.  I see a
>lot of benifits to this program- it would give the students some valuable
>experience (especially if they want to go into education) and underclass
>students would be more likely to come to the office to see a peer than to
>see me.  These students would not be content tutors, they would work only
>on academic skills.
>
>Does anyone have a program like this?  Is there literature that discusses
>this sort of program?  If you know of such a program, can you tell me how
>it is organized, and what its strenghts and weaknesses are?  I'd love to
>hear as much as you are willing to tell.
>
>Thanks for all your help.
>
>Rebecca
>
>*************************
>Rebecca Cory
>Academic Counselor
>Head Resident of Rundstrom Hall
>Gustavus Adolphus College
>800 W. College Ave
>Saint Peter, MN 56082
>(507) 933-6124
>[log in to unmask]
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 12:27:16 -0500
>From:    Laura Symons <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Spoken English
>MIME-Version: 1.0
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>
>Thanks Everyone!
>
>My student came into my office and we read through all the responses to my
>question.  She decided to listen to CNN and watch the nightly news, to get
>the book one of you mentioned, and to meet with a coach here in the center
>on a weekly basis next semester.  Together, they will identify the major
>areas of difficulty and make charts for use in practice.
>
>Once again you (y'all) have proven what a wonderful resource this list is.
>My student is very grateful for the help and so am I.
>
>Laura
>
>Laura Symons
>Academic Resource Center
>Sweet Briar College
>Sweet Briar, Virginia 24595
>[log in to unmask]
>http://www.arc.sbc.edu
>804-381-6378
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 09:53:03 -0800
>From:    Kenneth Zech <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Tutoring by Telephone
>MIME-Version: 1.0
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>
>Have any of you had experience with tutoring by telephone?  If you have,
>and would be willing to tell me a little about how it works, or did
>work, or didn't work, could you contact me off the list at
>[log in to unmask]  The idea came up recently in a
>brainstorming session.  Would truly appreciate having the views of those
>with first-hand experience.
>
>Thanks.
>
>Kenneth Zech
>Instructor, Tutorial Services
>Reedley College
>Reedley, California
>E-mail:  [log in to unmask]
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 13:06:00 -0500
>From:    Elaini Bingham <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Reply: Re: Spoken English
>MIME-Version: 1.0
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>
>Thanks to all of you who responded to Don's "grammatical problem"
>entry.  I have been so frustrated by many many people (even those with
>Ph.D.'s) who use the nominative case after a preposition.  Even those
>on TV, actors, etc. do it.  I don't believe we should accept that!!
>Example:
>Sharon gave it to Bill and I (UGH UGH). Clarence received the joint
>gift from Jim and I (UGH UGH).  It goes on over and over.  Let's
>correct these folks gently every time they do it, please.  Elaini
>
>----------------------
>Elaini L. Bingham
>Director Kellogg Institute
>National Center for Developmental Education
>Appalachian State University
>Boone, NC 28608
>(828)262-6102 Phone
>(828)262-2128 Fax
>[log in to unmask]
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 13:09:39 -0500
>From:    "Fernandez, Jody" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Reply: Re: Spoken English
>MIME-Version: 1.0
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>
>        The grammatical error that irks me is the confusion of "real" and
>"really" as in " We had a real good time". Most of the time, my gentle
>corrections are accepted happily. Many people don't seem to realize they are
>speaking incorrectly. Still, I can't correct actors and newscasters who are
>perpetuating the error. Many people assume it's correct if they see it on
>tv. Peace- Jody
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 08:11:30 -1000
>From:    Guy Kimura <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Wondering about Ed....
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="----
=_NextPart_000_01BE21B9.38ED6160"
>
>Sorry I don't have any  additional information.  I am sure if you have his
work address, someone could forward your message.
>
>Guy
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From:   Annette Gourgey [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
>Sent:   Monday, December 07, 1998 7:43 AM
>To:     [log in to unmask]
>Subject:        Re: Wondering about Ed....
>
>To Guy or anyone else who knows:
>
>Do you happen to have a home address for Ed's family?  I feel so
>sad about this news that I was thinking of sending them a note
>of condolence but all I have is his work address.
>
>Annette Gourgey
>[log in to unmask]
>
>Attachment Converted: "d:\net\eudora\attach\LRNASST Digest - 6 Dec 1998 to "
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 10:41:27 -0800
>From:    Roger Elrod <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Wondering about Ed....
>MIME-Version: 1.0
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>
>I also agree with Lonna's well chosen words.
>
>In my selecting of emails to read on this list, I never skipped Ed's.  It
was self-interest on my part.  Ed had a wonderful way of weaving respect,
hope,  and wonder into his words and work.  I opened his emails with
expectation.  They were like gifts.
>
>Yes, we are in a new time.  I am feeling grief and sadness for someone "I
knew" on line.  I am grateful for that limited "relationship" and confident
of the significantly richer relationship enjoyed by Ed's family and friends.
>
>Roger Elrod
>
>>>> Lonna Smith <[log in to unmask]> - 12/5/98 3:50 PM >>>
>What a shock to hear that Ed Ketz passed away.  His messages were always a
joy
>to read.  Not only did they contain excellent, well-expressed ideas, they
were
>also filled with humor.  It was obvious that Ed was a talented educator as
>well as a heck of a nice guy.  What a loss!
>
>Lonna Smith
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 13:09:36 -0600
>From:    Jan Norton <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: peer academic mentors
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII
>
>You may want to contact Gladys Shaw about CRLA's new International Mentor
>Certification Program : 915.747.5366 (phone), 915.747.5486 (fax),
>[log in to unmask] (email).
>_______________________________________________________________________
>
>Jan Norton, Director
>Center for Academic Support             Phone: (816) 271-4536
>Missouri Western State College          Email: [log in to unmask]
>4525 Downs Drive                        Fax: (816) 271-4574
>St. Joseph, MO  64507                   Website: www.mwsc.edu/~cas
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 14:57:49 EDT
>From:    Lorraine Lavorata <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Wondering about Ed....
>
>How can I email a condolence message to the family? This is a great
>loss. Lorraine
>
>> Perhaps somebody could initiate a message, addressed to the list where each
>> one of us could include either a line or just a signature and then send it
>> to someone who, in turn could deliver it to the family?
>>
>> At 10:03 PM 12/6/98 -0800, you wrote:
>> >On Sat, 5 Dec 1998, Guy Kimura wrote:
>> >
>> >> ------ =_NextPart_000_01BE2049.8B636140
>> >> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
>> >> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
>> >>
>> >> I have bad news, I heard from Ed home campus that he passed away a few
>> months ago.  We all will miss him.
>> >>
>> >> Guy
>> >>
>> >
>> >I would like to express my codolences to the family.  What is it about the
>> >good ones anyway?  One of our colleauges passed away on the first day of
>> >his retirement.
>> >
>> >
>> >xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >x Bev Krieger                     x
>> >x Kwantlen University College     x
>> >x ACP Department                  x
>> >x Langley Campus                  x
>> >x 12666-72 Avenue                 x
>> >x Surrey, BC Canada V3W 2M8       x
>> >x Email:  [log in to unmask]      x
>> >x Phone: (604) 599-3336           x
>> >x Fax: (604) 599-3277             x
>> >xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >
>> >
>>
>[log in to unmask]
>
>France is the only country with a 300m flagpole.
>Gustave Eiffel on the Eiffel Tower
>
>"All people have two countries and one of them is France." Benjamin Franklin
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 15:54:24 EDT
>From:    Lorraine Lavorata <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Wondering about Ed....
>
>Please send my condolensces to Ed's family and please put me on any
>list or group list to send condolenses. God bless his family.
>Lorraine
>>
>> Shirey Van Hook
>> Academic Achievement Center
>> Ozarks Technical Community College
>> P.O. Box 5958
>> Springfield, MO 65801
>>
>[log in to unmask]
>
>France is the only country with a 300m flagpole.
>Gustave Eiffel on the Eiffel Tower
>
>"All people have two countries and one of them is France." Benjamin Franklin
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 14:44:51 -0500
>From:    Steve Runge <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Wondering about Ed....
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
>
>For all of us who didn't know Ed and who now wish we did, did anyone save a
>number of his emails, and if not, is it possible the administrator could
>assemble a number of his postings from the archives and post them?
>
>Steve Runge
>Academic Skills Coordinator
>St. Lawrence U.
>Canton, NY 13617
>[log in to unmask]
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Roger Elrod <[log in to unmask]>
>To: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>
>Date: Monday, December 07, 1998 2:00 PM
>Subject: Re: Wondering about Ed....
>
>
>>I also agree with Lonna's well chosen words.
>>
>>In my selecting of emails to read on this list, I never skipped Ed's.  It
>was self-interest on my part.  Ed had a wonderful way of weaving respect,
>hope,  and wonder into his words and work.  I opened his emails with
>expectation.  They were like gifts.
>>
>>Yes, we are in a new time.  I am feeling grief and sadness for someone "I
>knew" on line.  I am grateful for that limited "relationship" and confident
>of the significantly richer relationship enjoyed by Ed's family and friends.
>>
>>Roger Elrod
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 16:35:27 EDT
>From:    Lorraine Lavorata <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Wondering about Ed....
>
>That would be a very loving tribute. Lorraine
>> For all of us who didn't know Ed and who now wish we did, did anyone save a
>> number of his emails, and if not, is it possible the administrator could
>> assemble a number of his postings from the archives and post them?
>>
>> Steve Runge
>> Academic Skills Coordinator
>> St. Lawrence U.
>> Canton, NY 13617
>> [log in to unmask]
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Roger Elrod <[log in to unmask]>
>> To: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>
>> Date: Monday, December 07, 1998 2:00 PM
>> Subject: Re: Wondering about Ed....
>>
>>
>> >I also agree with Lonna's well chosen words.
>> >
>> >In my selecting of emails to read on this list, I never skipped Ed's.  It
>> was self-interest on my part.  Ed had a wonderful way of weaving respect,
>> hope,  and wonder into his words and work.  I opened his emails with
>> expectation.  They were like gifts.
>> >
>> >Yes, we are in a new time.  I am feeling grief and sadness for someone "I
>> knew" on line.  I am grateful for that limited "relationship" and confident
>> of the significantly richer relationship enjoyed by Ed's family and
friends.
>> >
>> >Roger Elrod
>>
>[log in to unmask]
>
>France is the only country with a 300m flagpole.
>Gustave Eiffel on the Eiffel Tower
>
>"All people have two countries and one of them is France." Benjamin Franklin
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 16:40:15 -0500
>From:    jhigbee <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Remembering Ed...
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
>Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
>
>Not only did Ed contribute his humor and wisdom, and sometimes just
>plain common sense, to the list, he also took alot of time to respond
>off-list to people in need of a little lift, including me!  I used to
>tease my husband about my new penpal from Hawaii.  Ed would write about
>his biking, his night diving (scuba), and just make Hawaii come alive
>for me!
>
>Awhile ago (who knows how long?), Ed had let me know that things were
>just very hectic.  Remember all the times he took on updating our
>directory?  If he was ill for an extended period, I surely wish I had
>known!
>
>Jeanne Higbee
>--
>Jeanne L. Higbee
>Associate Professor
>Division of Academic Assistance
>The University of Georgia
>233 Milledge Hall
>Athens, GA 30602-5554
>Phone: (706) 542-0465
>FAX: (706) 542-0476
>E-mail: [log in to unmask]
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 15:51:44 -0600
>From:    David Arendale <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Supplemental Instruction National Survey
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
>
>Dear LRNASST and SInet Friends,
>
>We have just mailed out the first national Supplemental Instruction survey
>to institutions in the United States.  The survey was sent to everyone who
>has attended a multi-day SI Supervisor workshop that was conducted  by a
>member of the UMKC SI staff or one of the official SI Certified Trainers.
>A different version of the survey will be developed for SI programs outside
>the U.S. and mailed in the next couple of months.
>
>If you receive a survey in the mail, I encourage you to complete it even if
>you have discontinued the SI program.  We have much to learn for both the
>current and former users of SI.
>
>If you have a SI program and do NOT receive a survey, a version will be
>placed on the SI homepage that you could complete and return.  I will make
>a posting about that in a few days.
>
>Thanks!
>
>-- David
>
>
>=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>David R. Arendale, Associate Director of CAD
>University of Missouri-Kansas City, Center for Academic Development
>5014 Rockhill Road, SASS #210, Kansas City, MO 64110-2499  USA
>Internet:  [log in to unmask]   Voice (Work):  816-235-1197
>Fax (Work):  816-235-5156   Voice (Home):  913-789-8314
>NADE Homepage:  http://www.umkc.edu/cad/nade.htm
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>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 12:42:00 -1000
>From:    Lianne Nagano <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Wondering about Ed....
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>I'm sorry that I did not respond earlier, but I needed to check with Ed's
>family.  If you would like to send any condolences, here is the family's
>address:
>
>  Mrs. Peggy Ketz
>  3931 Pili Drive
>  Honolulu, HI  96816
>
>We miss Ed so much in The Learning Center here at Honolulu Community
>College.  He provided major input into the development of our program.  His
>humor, ideas, and caring attitude toward students will be missed.
>
>--Lianne Nagano
>
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>>Sorry I don't have any  additional information.  I am sure if you have his
>>work address, someone could forward your message.
>>
>>Guy
>>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From:   Annette Gourgey [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
>>Sent:   Monday, December 07, 1998 7:43 AM
>>To:     [log in to unmask]
>>Subject:        Re: Wondering about Ed....
>>
>>To Guy or anyone else who knows:
>>
>>Do you happen to have a home address for Ed's family?  I feel so
>>sad about this news that I was thinking of sending them a note
>>of condolence but all I have is his work address.
>>
>>Annette Gourgey
>>[log in to unmask]
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>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 17:03:21 -0600
>From:    Maureen Connolly <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Remembering Ed...
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>
>Ed Ketz's e-mail was
>
>      [log in to unmask]
>
>Maureen Connolly
>Elmhurst College
>
>
>
>
>
>jhigbee wrote:
>
>> Not only did Ed contribute his humor and wisdom, and sometimes just
>> plain common sense, to the list, he also took alot of time to respond
>> off-list to people in need of a little lift, including me!  I used to
>> tease my husband about my new penpal from Hawaii.  Ed would write about
>> his biking, his night diving (scuba), and just make Hawaii come alive
>> for me!
>>
>> Awhile ago (who knows how long?), Ed had let me know that things were
>> just very hectic.  Remember all the times he took on updating our
>> directory?  If he was ill for an extended period, I surely wish I had
>> known!
>>
>> Jeanne Higbee
>> --
>> Jeanne L. Higbee
>> Associate Professor
>> Division of Academic Assistance
>> The University of Georgia
>> 233 Milledge Hall
>> Athens, GA 30602-5554
>> Phone: (706) 542-0465
>> FAX: (706) 542-0476
>> E-mail: [log in to unmask]
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 16:05:35 -0700
>From:    Tracy <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: peer academic mentors
>MIME-Version: 1.0
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>
>Hiya :)
>
>We do not exactly have what you are asking about, but we do have one or two
>sophomore students who are assigned to EACH of our first year seminar
>classes. Since our classes are not divided by academic major, our student
>mentors are not assigned to particular sections based on their majors
>either. These sophomore mentors receive one hour of internship credit for
>their commitment and assist the faculty/staff mentor with running the class.
>I could easily see this group of students being trained to instruct on
>learning strategies. I have actually discussed with some people here
>possibly training our mentors to review certain things like Cornell method
>and the LASSI interpretation that we do each year.
>
>I hope that helps a little...
>
>Tracy
>
>
>
>>Hi folks,
>>
>>I've been lurking on this list for over a year, posting maybe once or twice
>>in that time, and have enjoyed listening in on some high quality
>>conversations.  Now, I have a question... I tried to search the archive,
>>and did an ERIC search, but could not find information, so here goes...
>>
>>I am interested in setting up a program for peers to serve as academic
>>mentors for each other.  I spend a good amount of time every year speaking
>>to First Term Seminar classes, and working with individuals to do
>>one-on-one time management sessions.  This has gotten highly repetitive.
>>AND, the First Term Seminar (FTS) director has put on his wish list that I
>>go to EVERY FTS class next Fall- there are 46 of them!  So I would like to
>>look at starting a program that would have 2 or 3 sophamores or juniors
>>serve as academic role models.  They could visit some of these classes,
>>work with the Intro Bio class, and meet one-on-one with students.  I see a
>>lot of benifits to this program- it would give the students some valuable
>>experience (especially if they want to go into education) and underclass
>>students would be more likely to come to the office to see a peer than to
>>see me.  These students would not be content tutors, they would work only
>>on academic skills.
>>
>>Does anyone have a program like this?  Is there literature that discusses
>>this sort of program?  If you know of such a program, can you tell me how
>>it is organized, and what its strenghts and weaknesses are?  I'd love to
>>hear as much as you are willing to tell.
>>
>>Thanks for all your help.
>>
>>Rebecca
>>
>>*************************
>>Rebecca Cory
>>Academic Counselor
>>Head Resident of Rundstrom Hall
>>Gustavus Adolphus College
>>800 W. College Ave
>>Saint Peter, MN 56082
>>(507) 933-6124
>>[log in to unmask]
>>
>>
>
>      ..::''''::..  Tracy R. Benner
>    .;''   ::   ``;.  Living-Learning Area Coordinator
>   ::      ::      ::   Muskingum College
>  ::       ::       ::  163 Stormont St.
>  ::      .::.      ::  New Concord, Ohio  43762
>  ::    .:'::':.    ::  Office: (740) 826-8088
>   :: .:'  ::  ':. ::  Fax: (740) 826-8093
>    `;.    ::    .;'  Email: [log in to unmask]
>      ``::,,,,::''   "Life is what happens while you're making other plans"
>- John Lennon
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 18:35:52 EDT
>From:    Lorraine Lavorata <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Remembering Ed...
>
>Can we send condolences to his email?Lorraine
>
>> Ed Ketz's e-mail was
>>
>>       [log in to unmask]
>>
>> Maureen Connolly
>> Elmhurst College
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> jhigbee wrote:
>>
>> > Not only did Ed contribute his humor and wisdom, and sometimes just
>> > plain common sense, to the list, he also took alot of time to respond
>> > off-list to people in need of a little lift, including me!  I used to
>> > tease my husband about my new penpal from Hawaii.  Ed would write about
>> > his biking, his night diving (scuba), and just make Hawaii come alive
>> > for me!
>> >
>> > Awhile ago (who knows how long?), Ed had let me know that things were
>> > just very hectic.  Remember all the times he took on updating our
>> > directory?  If he was ill for an extended period, I surely wish I had
>> > known!
>> >
>> > Jeanne Higbee
>> > --
>> > Jeanne L. Higbee
>> > Associate Professor
>> > Division of Academic Assistance
>> > The University of Georgia
>> > 233 Milledge Hall
>> > Athens, GA 30602-5554
>> > Phone: (706) 542-0465
>> > FAX: (706) 542-0476
>> > E-mail: [log in to unmask]
>>
>[log in to unmask]
>
>France is the only country with a 300m flagpole.
>Gustave Eiffel on the Eiffel Tower
>
>"All people have two countries and one of them is France." Benjamin Franklin
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 16:56:46 -0700
>From:    Patrick Schutz <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Speaking of Colloquial English...
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII
>
>   My favorites follow:
>
>1.  Misuse of the word *seen*:  As in "I seen the plane crash."
>
>2.  Colloquial misuse of the word *all*:  As in "I'm like all surprised that
>    you are like -- all worried about how I -- like speak!" (accent on
>    last word)
>
>3.  Non-reverent use of the word *God* in everyday speech in reference to
>    mundane, non-spiritual matters: As in "Oh God. I forgot to put the
milk in
>    the macaroni and cheese."
>
>Pat Schutz
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 19:20:04 EDT
>From:    Lorraine Lavorata <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Speaking of Colloquial English...
>
>How about the famous, "It is like um the ..." My students use this in
>their oral presentations a great deal.
>
>How about "kinda sorta", "alls we do", and of course the dreaded use
>of the word "ain't". Lorraine
>
>>    My favorites follow:
>>
>> 1.  Misuse of the word *seen*:  As in "I seen the plane crash."
>>
>> 2.  Colloquial misuse of the word *all*:  As in "I'm like all surprised
that
>>     you are like -- all worried about how I -- like speak!" (accent on
>>     last word)
>>
>> 3.  Non-reverent use of the word *God* in everyday speech in reference to
>>     mundane, non-spiritual matters: As in "Oh God. I forgot to put the
milk in
>>     the macaroni and cheese."
>>
>> Pat Schutz
>>
>[log in to unmask]
>
>France is the only country with a 300m flagpole.
>Gustave Eiffel on the Eiffel Tower
>
>"All people have two countries and one of them is France." Benjamin Franklin
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 15:10:35 -1000
>From:    "John M. Flanigan" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Speaking of Colloquial English...
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>
>A new (used) TV set that I just installed has programmed channel. The
>channel on which I usually watch CNN had, instead, MTV. It was presenting
>a contest of teen models on a beach in Miami. Accompanied by a a rapper,
>the models strutted their stuff on an outdoor runway flanked by screaming
>teens and post-teens.
>
>In the spirit of anthropological curiousity, I watched for awhile and
>noticed that the language of this cultural group relied heavily on the
>phrases "out there," "like, real," "no way," and other such modern
>colloquialisms.
>
>It occurred to me that most of my students would be much more likely to
>emulate the behavior and speech they see there than the behavior I model
>in the classroom--however superior (ahem!) my model might be. We may be
>fighting a losing battle!
>
>John M. Flanigan <[log in to unmask]>     The equation is the final arbiter.
>Assistant Professor, Mathematics                    --Werner Heisenberg
>Kapi'olani Community College            The scoreboard is the final arbiter.
>Honolulu, Hawaii                                    --Bill Walton
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 20:50:22 -0500
>From:    TSD99 <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Holiday song for the math lab
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>Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
>
>The Twelve Days of Christmaths
>
>
>         On the first day of Christmaths my true love sent to me
>         A path in a covering tree
>
>         On the second day of Christmaths my true love sent to me
>         2 Tangent planes
>         And a path in a covering tree.
>
>         On the third day of Christmaths my true love sent to me
>         3 False proofs
>         2 Tangent planes
>         And a path in a covering tree.
>
>         On the fourth day of Christmaths my true love sent to me
>         4 Fermat primes
>         3 False proofs
>         2 Tangent planes
>         And a path in a covering tree.
>
>         On the fifth day of Christmaths my true love sent to me
>         5 Goldie rings
>         4 Fermat primes
>         3 False proofs
>         2 Tangent planes
>         And a path in a covering tree.
>
>         On the sixth day of Christmaths my true love sent to me
>         6 Games a-playing
>         5 Goldie rings
>         4 Fermat primes
>         3 False proofs
>         2 Tangent planes
>         And a path in a covering tree.
>
>         On the seventh day of Christmaths my true love sent to me
>         7 Sylow subgroups
>         6 Games a-playing
>         5 Goldie rings
>         4 Fermat primes
>         3 False proofs
>         2 Tangent planes
>         And a path in a covering tree.
>
>         On the eighth day of Christmaths my true love sent to me
>         8 Maps a-mapping
>         7 Sylow subgroups
>         6 Games a-playing
>         5 Goldie rings
>         4 Fermat primes
>         3 False proofs
>         2 Tangent planes
>         And a path in a covering tree.
>
>         On the ninth day of Christmaths my true love sent to me
>         9 Loops a-lifting
>         8 Maps a-mapping
>         7 Sylow subgroups
>         6 Games a-playing
>         5 Goldie rings
>         4 Fermat primes
>         3 False proofs
>         2 Tangent planes
>         And a path in a covering tree.
>
>         On the tenth day of Christmaths my true love sent to me
>         10 Doctors droning
>         9 Loops a-lifting
>         8 Maps a-mapping
>         7 Sylow subgroups
>         6 Games a-playing
>         5 Goldie rings
>         4 Fermat primes
>         3 False proofs
>         2 Tangent planes
>         And a path in a covering tree.
>
>         On the eleventh day of Christmaths my true love sent to me
>         11 Parallelopipeds
>         10 Doctors droning
>         9 Loops a-lifting
>         8 Maps a-mapping
>         7 Sylow subgroups
>         6 Games a-playing
>         5 Goldie rings
>         4 Fermat primes
>         3 False proofs
>         2 Tangent planes
>         And a path in a covering tree.
>
>         On the twelth day of Christmaths my true love sent to me
>         12 Profs a-proving
>         11 Parallelopipeds
>         10 Doctors droning
>         9 Loops a-lifting
>         8 Maps a-mapping
>         7 Sylow subgroups
>         6 Games a-playing
>         5 Goldie rings
>         4 Fermat primes
>         3 False proofs
>         2 Tangent planes
>         And a path in a covering tree.
>Date:    Mon, 7 Dec 1998 19:18:55 -0800
>From:    Catalina Colaci <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: Remembering Ed....
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>Dear co-listers,
>For those of you that would like to read again Ed's postings, you can do it
>through the web.
>
>The LRNASST archives are accessible at
><http://listserv.ccit.arizona.edu/lsv/www/lrnasst.html>
>
>Once there,choose Search Archives, type "Ed Ketz" in the Author's window.
>There are 243 messages starting Oct/94.
>
>Check them out, you may enjoy it.....   CC
>
>At 08:15 AM 12/7/98 -0500, you wrote:
>>All this makes me regret not being a member of this list earlier so that I
>>could have had a chance to read Ed's words. Thank you all for everything you
>>post - it makes a difference in my day.
>>
>