2019 Conference Session Highlights 2019-01-30T02:45:43+00:00

There were over 100 proposals submitted for review – a record for ACTP.  Here is a sample of accepted sessions! We hope you join us for the following:

  • Module Magic: A Demonstration of Online Tutor Training Modules
  • Seriously, What’s the Point of This Assignment? Capturing Skills with Student-Created Reference Guides
  • 3 to 1 Supports:  Teaching Students a Framework to Develop their own Support Systems through Academic Coaching
  • Integrating Tutoring into Developmental English Classes to Increase Student Success
  • Establishment and Expansion of the Quantitative Reasoning Center at Goucher College: Growth and New Opportunities
  • The Role of Tutoring Centers in Supporting Graduate Students
  • Inclusive Excellence:  Teaching and Training Peer Educators to Work Respectfully and Effectively with Diverse Students
  • Debunking Learning Styles
  • Reflections on a New Peer-Led Academic Coaching Program
  • Out With The Old Text: Implementing Digital Literacy Strategies Into Writing Center Pedagogy
  • Casting a New Light on Learning Center Work: ePortfolio and Professional Identity
  • Teaching the importance of Language in Science and Mathematics
  • Mentoring:  The Impact of Intrusive Peer Mentoring in a Summer Bridge Program.
  • Weekly Group Tutoring: An Alternative Model to Supplemental Instruction (SI)
  • The Basic Skills Dilemma: Students in Basic Skills Utilizing Supplemental Instruction and Tutoring to “Learn How to Learn”
  • Minding the (Multi)Generation Gap: Understanding and Managing Different Generations
  • Leveraging the Technology of Personalized Learning to Support Students
  • Coaching First Year to Students to Academic and Personal Success
  • From Syria to America: An International Perspective on Teaching English to Non-Native Speakers
  • Mindful or Mind Full? The Role of Mindfulness in Student Success and What That Means for Both Coaching and Tutoring
  • Piloting Team Coaching: Exploring Benefits of a New Model
  • An Exploration of Peer Tutor and University-Wide Tutorial Program Assessment
  • Combating Challenging Situations with Proactive Practices and Fair Enforcement Policies
  • Making Learning a Moving Experience: Creative Brain Breaks and Content Ideas
  • From a BEAUTY of an idea to a BEAST of a program: Exponential growth. Student-centered. Data-driven.
  • The Magic of “Small Teaching”: Strategies for Approaching Scaffolding and Assessment with Peer Educators
  • Get Your Ducks in a Row and the Monkey off Your Back – 10 Training Ideas to Energize Your Tutors!
  • Hocus Pocus With a Coach’s Focus – Finding the Best Avenues to Connect With Gen Z Students
  • Utilizing Peer Mentors In First Year Experience: Impacting Student Success
  • “Rebuilding Narratives”: How To Help Students with Reading
  • Free Technology to Increase Access to Tutoring for Students and the Community
  • “Do Graduate Students do This Kind of Thing?” Academic Coaching as a Graduate Support Service
  • Lumos!  Using Occupational Therapy Theory to Shed Light on Students’ Needs
  • Why Theory Matters: Translating Theory into Practical Strategies to Address the Needs of Underprepared Students
  • Blending Borders: Community College Learning Centers as Third Spaces
  • Mindfulness in Academic Coaching Settings
  • A Time and a Place for Learning: An SI Program’s Pre-Scheduling and Online Solutions
  • NDN, First Nation, American Indian, Native American? Connecting Indigenous Students to Student Support Programs.