Advanced Kellogg Institute
THANKS TO ALL WHO HELPED MAKE ADVANCED KELLOGG 2013 A SUCCESS! Check back for announcements regarding our next advanced training institute in Summer 2014.
Advanced Kellogg 2013 -- July 28-August 2, 2013
Integrating Academic Support and Instruction
"[R]esearch has demonstrated that support is most effective when it is connected to, not isolated from, the learning environments in which students are asked to learn." (Tinto, 2005)
Integrating support services with academic instruction is one of the most important ways we can improve success rates for students in developmental classes. Almost all of the most promising innovations in the field involve some sort of integration of support services and instruction.
Advanced Kellogg 2013 will look at several models of this integration and guide participants in evaulating which models might be implemented at their own institutions.
Additional details regarding topic and faculty coming SOON!
Advanced Kellogg Institute is open to Kellogg Institute Alumni and those participating in Kellogg 2013. Space is limited to 45 participants. Deadline for applying is May 15, 2013.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Note to EdS students applying to Advanced Kellogg:
On your Advanced Kellogg Application form, please remember to indicate that you are taking the optional graduate course HE 6310, Critical Issues in Developmental Education, so that we can invoice and register you appropriately. Contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
Advanced Kellogg Faculty Bios -- Coming Soon
The Advanced Institute may be taken for three hours of graduate credit. This credit is applicable to all Appalachian State University graduate degrees. Those taking the Advanced Institute for credit will attend all class sessions, participate in class activities, and write a reaction paper.
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