November 17th Provisions Session: Teaching Non-Traditional Students

**To access the podcast from the session, click here.** Our third Provisions session of the year explored the theme of Teaching Non-Traditional Students. Presenters shared previous experience with teaching non-tradtional students, and effective strategies for improving success for non-traditional students. An audience of approximately 40 faculty and staff members attended to hear presentations from Katherine Voegtle, Professor of Educational Psychology, Deborah Reyome, … Continue reading November 17th Provisions Session: Teaching Non-Traditional Students

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Teaching Non-Traditional Students: November 17th Session

What exactly is a "non-traditional student"?  There are numerous components to what constitute a non-traditional student. The NODA-Association for Orientation, Transition, and Retention website, provides a brief overview of what a non-traditional student is. Basically, a non-traditional student is any student that does not complete college directly after graduating High School. Typically non-traditional students are over the age of … Continue reading Teaching Non-Traditional Students: November 17th Session