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Saturday, October 30 • 9:35am - 10:30am
Mastering Academic Literacy: The New Frontier for Black Nontraditional Freshmen Students

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ABSTRACT:
All college students should develop academic literacy and ability to gather, process, and produce new information. Presenter discusses findings from a qualitative study through four major themes: linguistic practice, relevancy, student support, and sound relationships. Participants will learn strategies to support the unique needs of Black nontraditional college freshmen students.

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Esther Pippins

Research Assistant & Ph.D. Student, Adult, Professional, and Community Education, Texas State University
Esther Pippins earned graduate degrees in Adult and Higher Education and English from Texas A&M University-Texarkana. She is a research assistant and doctoral student at the Adult, Professional, and Community Education (APCE) Ph.D. Program. She is also a literacy tutor and adult learning... Read More →


Saturday October 30, 2021 9:35am - 10:30am CDT

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