Category Archives: American Educational Research Association

The Role of Pre-Collegiate Heuristic Knowledge: Expanding the Local Model of Minority Student Success

Abstract To make money, one must first have money. Similarly, to acquire knowledge, one must first know how to play the game of knowledge acquisition. The Local Model of Minority Student Success (LMMSS) introduced by Padilla, Trevino, Gonzalez and Trevino … Continue reading

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Impact of Departmental Sovereignty and Faculty Autonomy on Service Classes for Engineering Majors

T. R. Rhoads, A. Reynolds, M. J. Fleener, S. E. Walden, T. J. Murphy, D. A. Trytten, and R. L. Shehab, “Impact of Departmental Sovereignty and Faculty Autonomy on Service Classes for Engineering Majors” presented at the American Educational Research … Continue reading

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