Hawkes Corequisite Model Course Strategies: Guest Post by Dr. Paul Nolting

Dr. Paul Nolting is a national expert in assessing math learning problems, developing effective student-learning strategies, and assessing institutional variables that affect math success and math study skills. Over the last 25 years he has consulted with over 100 colleges, universities, and high schools to improve success in the math classroom. Dr. Nolting is the author … Continue reading Hawkes Corequisite Model Course Strategies: Guest Post by Dr. Paul Nolting

Presentations from Innovative Educators

Please view the presentations from each available session of the Innovative Educators Summit below. If you have questions or need clarification, please don't hesitate to contact us at marketing@hawkeslearning.com. English Track Opening Keynote: Innovation in Developmental Education | PowerPoint —Peter Adams, Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) Integrated Communication Arts in a Corequisite World | PowerPoint —Dr. Sherry Wilson, … Continue reading Presentations from Innovative Educators

Strategies for Academic Success In New Editions – Free Download Included

Preparation for College Mathematics and Developmental Mathematics new edition textbooks

The National Student Clearinghouse® Research Center™ studied a cohort of more than 2.2 million degree-seeking students who first started college in fall 2011 (both at 2-year and 4-year institutions in the U.S.). Six years later, 43.1% of that cohort had not completed their degree.* Oftentimes, low completion rates are due to students not accessing the right … Continue reading Strategies for Academic Success In New Editions – Free Download Included

10 Habits to Help You Succeed in College – FREE PDF Included

The title of the document is Reading Environment Assessment. It asks you to one: list three places you usually study in order of frequency. Then, two: Circle the response that applies to each of these places (T for True and F for False). Statements are Other people seldom interrupt me when I study here; Little of what I can see here reminds me of things unrelated to my studying; and I don't hear a TV or radio when I study here.

Getting a college degree is no easy feat. Fortunately, you and your fellow students have access to a plethora of tips and tricks to make the most out of your class time and study time. One such source is provided by Opportunity International, which lists out habits to help you succeed in higher education. Here's a taste … Continue reading 10 Habits to Help You Succeed in College – FREE PDF Included

Common causes of test anxiety and how to solve them

In “Text Anxiety: Causes and Remedies,” Dr. Maryellen Weimer addresses the issue of test anxiety and how it affects students from kindergarten to graduate school. She presents a study that confirms the general idea that those with test anxiety have lower cumulative GPAs at the college level, but reminds us that although this is the … Continue reading Common causes of test anxiety and how to solve them