Remediation occurs at the college level when an admitted student is not at the level of academic mastery that may be necessary to pursue his or her chosen major, and must take additional coursework to prepare.  Sometimes the remediation is general and sometimes it is very specific to a given course or skillset; sometimes the remediation can take place concurrent with the major and sometimes it must precede it.  This breakout session will explore the issues that arise when students come to college with a level of preparation insufficient to pursue their intended major, dealing primarily with measures that colleges are forced to implement as a result of preparation deficiencies, what new ideas there may be, and what can be done to make these interventions more effective.

FACILITATORS

DR. YASSER HASSEBO
PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS, ENGINEERING
& COMPUTER SCIENCE
LA GUARDIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

PROF. LILLIAM MATOS
DEAN OF STUDENTS AFFAIRS
CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY

DR. MAHMOUD ARDEBILI
SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING PROFESSOR
BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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