Improve high enrollment/low success courses

Course success in gateway courses, often considerd as high enrollment low success courses, is a leading indicator of student success and becomes a barrier for student completion when too many students get stuck in them. Data produced by Triton College Research office shed light on many of these courses that could qualify as HE/LS courses. After receiving this data, the three academic divisions have begun conversations with their department faculty about how to improve success rates in these courses. The “success” here is defined as students getting a grade of “C” or higher. 

Some of the initial improvement strategies that the faculty have begun to discuss include mandatory attendance policy, embedded/peer tutoring, early identification/early alert and faculty professional development. An evaluation plan is also being developed to track intervention activities.

ID 15516

To contact this college about this intervention, take note of the ID above, ID #15516, and then fill out the intervention contact request form

Please note that for security purposes, contact information can only be provided to known contacts at active Achieving the Dream institutions.

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