Instructional Strategies and Learning Preferences at a Historically Black University
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Through the Minority Biomedical Research Support—Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement program, the natural sciences faculty at Johnson C. Smith University, a historically Black university, works to support their students' learning. The heterogeneity of learning preferences among students challenges the faculty to provide a variety of instructional methods. Supplemental instruction was a particularly popular and effective strategy. Results include an increasing trend in number of JCSU Natural Sciences graduates.
Haskell, D. H., & Champion, T. D. (2008). Instructional Strategies and Learning Preferences at a Historically Black University. The Journal of Negro Education, 77(3), 271-279.
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