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Creating Conditions for Student Success University of Maine System March 10, 2008. Vincent Tinto Syracuse University (315) 443-4763 email@example.com. Overview. What conditions promote student success? What are universities doing to promote student success?. Conditions for Student Success.
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Moving from teaching to learning. Establishing the conditions within the college that promote student success
Students will get more involved in learning, spend more time learning, and in turn learn more when they are placed in supportive educational settings that hold high expectations for their success, provide frequent feedback about their learning, and require them to share learning with others
Tutor A Tutor B Tutor C Tutor D
ESL Developmental English
Ancient World- Fall
Student success does not arise by chance
Access without support is not opportunity
Student success is a shared responsibility
Assess to improve, not just to prove
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