ALP Conference 2012

Affective Learning

In ALP by Kelsey Ford, Middlesex Community College, MA 4th Annual Conference on Acceleration in Developmental Education [pdf https://alp-deved.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Affective-Learning-in-ALP.pdf] Download PDF Enhancing Personal Responsibility Document Student...

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Scaling Up Effective Community Colleges Practices MDC, Abby Parcell 4th Annual Conference on Acceleration in Developmental Education [powerpoint https://alp-deved.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/PARCELL_ALP-M2M-FINAL-06-07-12-Copy.pdf] Download PDF  

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Tales From the Second Year: San Diego Mesa College

By Wendy Smith, Pegah Motaleb and Leyden Daniels Accelerated Learning Project Baltimore 4th Annual Conference on Acceleration in Developmental Education [ppt https://alp-deved.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Wendys-powerpoint-plus-pegs.pptx] Download PowerPoint

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Introducing ALP at AACC

By Dr. Suzanne Spoor and Dr. Jennifer Dix 4th Annual Conference on Acceleration in Developmental Education [ppt https://alp-deved.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/ALP-Presentation.pptx] Download PowerPoint

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ALPESOL

An Accelerated Learning Program for Academic ESOL Students by Rachele Lawton, Alex Garrido, Robert Miller CCBC The 4th Annual Conference on Acceleration in Developmental Education [ppt https://alp-deved.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/ALPESOL-PPT-FINAL.ppt] Download...

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Non-Remedial Approaches to Grammar

Competence Focused Grammar Instruction in a Stretch Course at the University of Albany by Craig Hancock, Director Writing and Reading Educational Program, SUNY @ Albany 4th Annual Conference on Acceleration in Developmental Education [pptx...

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The Community College of Baltimore County

CCBC is experimenting with a 10/10 student ratio (10 first year composition students and 10 ALP students) in Fall, 2012. Read Peter Adams' explanation.[pdf https://alp-deved.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Explanation-of-10-X-3.pdf] Download this document

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