Core Principles of Implementing a Corequisite Model
Dr. Holly Ayers
Arkansas State University-Newport
Join co-requisite model expert, Dr. Holly Ayers as she discusses how one innovative two-year college worked within a state advocacy support network to implement a Co-Requisite Mathematics Model. Logistics of how they structured their co-requisite courses and supporting interventions to increase student success in the gateway course will be shared. Learn about her experiences and take away tips for implementation.
Dr. Holly Ayers currently serves as the Director of Institutional Effectiveness at Arkansas State University-Newport in Northeast Arkansas. During her time as the Division Chair for Math, Science and Education at Ozarka College, she led a full-scale redesign of remedial math, writing, and reading as well as technical mathematics. Funded by a statewide initiative she assisted the Arkansas Association of Two-Year Colleges in the planning, implementation, and assessment of a DOL statewide initiative to redesign remedial education. Throughout the past four years, Holly has presented on her research and experiences on remedial education redesign, often in collaboration with Hawkes Learning.