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Historical Trends of Articulation in America: A Review of the Literature
Articulation agreements have been part of the American educational scene for well over 100 years. Initially implemented as a tool for more effectively and efficiently delivering liberal educations,… Expand
Native American College Student Persistence
Native American students are the most likely racial/ethnic group tracked in post-secondary American education to be affected by poverty and limited access to educational opportunities. In addition,… Expand
Promoting Native American College Student Recruitment & Retention in Higher Education.
Richard S. Mosholder is an associate professor of psychology and Carolee A. Larsen is a lecturer in sociology, both with the Department of First-Year and Transition Studies at Kennesaw State… Expand
Encouraging Post-Secondary Native American Student Persistence.
Native American students are the most likely racial/ethnic group tracked in postsecondary American education to be affected by poverty and limited access to educational opportunities. In addition,… Expand
Swimbladder membrane protein of an abyssal fish, Coryphaenoides acrolepis.
Protein components of the membranous foamy tissue collected from the swimbladder of Coryphaenoides acrolepis, a continental slope/deep sea grenadier fish, were partially fractionated and… Expand
Promoting Postformal Thinking In A U.S. History Survey Course: A Problem-Based Approach
This article presents a problem-based learning (PBL) model for teaching a college U.S. history survey course (U.S. history since 1890) designed to promote postformal thinking skills and identify and… Expand
Evaluating engagement with, and determining the direct effects of, a curriculum teaching students learning and motivation strategies
- R. S. Mosholder
Measuring the Effects of Problem-Based Learning on the Development of Postformal Thinking Skills and Engagement of First-Year Learning Community Students
This article presents an instructional model for teaching a gateway history course that affects students by: 1) improving their ability to think at higher levels; 2) increasing engagement; and, 3)… Expand
Facilitating Advanced Think ing Skills through Problem-Based Learning