3 edition of Instructing and mentoring the African American college student found in the catalog.
Instructing and mentoring the African American college student
Louis B Gallien
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||Louis B. Gallien, Jr., Marshalita Sims Peterson|
|Contributions||Peterson, Marshalita Sims|
|LC Classifications||LC2781 .G33 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 196 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||2003068932|
American Institutes for Research Effective Strategies for Mentoring African American Boys —4 a difference (i.e., through training and ongoing support of the mentors) and in guiding the mentor to address the developmental accomplishments that are critical. African American students in this study found alternative sources of support for Another option in communicating the institutional value for mentoring is to establish university, college, and department level awards for mentoring. (), ‘‘Developing a mentoring program: a graduate student’s reflection of change.
Spence, C. N. “Successful Mentoring Strategies within Historically Black Institutions.” In Instructing and Mentoring the African American College Student: Strategies for Success in Higher Education, edited by L. B. Gallien and M. S. Peterson, 53– Boston: Pearson Education/Allyn and Bacon, Cited by: 1. Contact Amsterdam News 8th Avenue New York, NY Phone: E-mail.
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Instructing and Mentoring The African American College Student: Strategies for Success in Higher Education focuses on the types of academic environments and classroom strategies that are conducive to the achievement levels of African American college students, particularly, in the areas of effective classroom pedagogy, models of successful campus retention and mentoring techniques that have Cited by: Instructing and mentoring the African American college student.
Boston: Pearson/A and B, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Louis B. Synopsis. Instructing and Mentoring The African American College Student: Strategies for Success in Higher Education focuses on the types of academic environments and classroom strategies that are conducive to the achievement levels of African American college students, particularly, in the areas of effective classroom pedagogy, models of successful campus retention and mentoring techniques Author: Louis B.
Gallien. Instructing and Mentoring the African American College Student is organized into two sections. Part one, providing programmatic and institutional strategies, begins with an overview of the historical and cultural context for educating African American college students as presented by Gallien.
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between African American faculty mentoring African American college students is a topic that needs to be addressed in an effort for college/universities to recognize best practices for retention and student satification.
This paper will attempt to address formalized and informal mentoringFile Size: 83KB. "Instructing and Mentoring the African American College Student" transcends use beyond HBCUs.
Advisors and counselors at high schools, community colleges and four-year colleges will find it a useful tool as they help a disproportionately at-risk population navigate the treacherous waters of higher education. Instructing and Mentoring the African American College Student: Strategies for Success in Higher Education.
Boston, MA: Pearson Education. This excellent work provides invaluable advice on creating academic environments that encourage and support the academic achievement, retention, and success of African American college students.
A shared role: Alternative assessment of student learning at historically Black colleges and universities Instructing and mentoring the African American college student: Strategies for success in. student and African American mentor may serve as a foundation for developing effective communication and trust so that the relationship can be sustained over time (Faison, ).
Lee () states that race helps to facilitate this bond between the mentor and mentee. students will not always yield the same results for African-American students (Conley & Hamlin, ). The gap in college graduation rates between African-American and White students remains very large, and minimal progress has been achieved in bridging the divide (“Black Student College,” ; Seidman, ).
African-Americans’ low. Instructing and Mentoring The African American College Student: Strategies for Success in Higher Education focuses on the types of academic environments and classroom strategies that are conducive to the achievement levels of African American college students, particularly, in the areas of effective classroom pedagogy, models of successful campus retention and mentoring Author: Keren Darancette.
INROADS combines two to five summers of work experience - depending on the student's year in school - with year-round academic instruction, training and guidance. Students are assigned a professional mentor and receive a summer salary.
In addition, many interns receive job offers from their sponsor company upon college graduation. While all mentoring programs help improve student performance and graduation rates, some community colleges are finding that minority mentorship programs are even more es across the country are celebrating the outstanding results achieved through the collaborative efforts of on-campus minority mentoring programs.
Mentoring is frequently cited as a mechanism to support the success of African-American undergraduates and African-American faculty. For racial minority students, isolation is often a key factor. The Program provides peer mentoring for high school and CCSF Students enrolled in African American Scholastic Programs.
Students enrolled in the CCSF/High School program are mentored by City College making a successful transition from high school to college. This book is a much-needed resource that includes examples of real-world programs and activities to enhance academic success in the college environment for African American men.
The examples are collected from a variety of institutions across the country. With contributions from leading practitioners and scholars in the field, this book explores the factors that promote a climate of academic Cited by: helping counselors understand the African American college student experience.
There is, however, research available in higher education literature that has explored the African American college student experience. In particular, a number of researchers, including the author of this article, have learned a great deal about how African.
Book by Michael Cuyjet Review by Joy Gaston Gayles Educational Leadership & Policy Studies Florida State University Academic advisors interested in learning more about issues, challenges, and the experiences of various subpopulations of African American males on college campuses will find Michael Cuyjet’s book, African American Men in College a must read.
The mission of the UMOJA/African American Scholastic Programs (AASP) is to provide its students with appropriate program services while demonstrating sensitivity and appreciation of different life situations and academic endeavors.
AASP promotes student success and goal attainment through academic, career/vocational and personal counseling. Book/Media Reviews. Instructing and Mentoring the African American College Student: Instructing and Mentoring the African American College Student: Strategies for Success in Higher Education by Louis B.
Gallien Jr. (pp. ).Retention and graduation rates among African American male college students have received considerable coverage in recent years which is evident based on the literature in this paper.
African American male students enroll in community colleges at a steady pace, yet graduation and retention rates are the lowest among this group. By creating mentoring programs designed specifically for African Author: Yolanda Barbier Gibson.He is author of The Rise of African Slavery in the Americas ().
Frank D. Lewis is professor of economics at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada. Kenneth L. Sokoloff is professor of economics at the University of California, Los Angeles. Instructing and Mentoring the African American College Student: Strategies for Success in Higher.