College student retention: formula for student success, second edition/ [electronic resource] /Alan Seidman.
ผู้แต่งร่วม: Janet E., Margaret.ประเภทของทรัพยากร: Bookชื่อชุด: ข้อมูลการพิมพ์: The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, 2012ครั้งที่พิมพ์: 2nd ed.รายละเอียดตัวเล่ม: 313 p.ISBN: 9781442212527; 9781442212534.หัวเรื่อง: College attendance | College dropouts | Academic achievement | EDUCATION / Administration / General | EDUCATION / Higherเลขเรียกหนังสือ: 378.1/619 สารสนเทศออนไลน์: กดที่นี่เพื่ออ่านแบบออนไลน์
Chapter, Lesson, Part Introduction.
Chapter, Lesson, Part 1. Past to Present: A Historical Look at Retention.
Chapter, Lesson, Part 2. Measurements of Persistence.
Chapter, Lesson, Part 3. Retention Theories, Models, and Concepts.
Chapter, Lesson, Part 4. How to Define Retention: A New Look at an Old Problem.
Chapter, Lesson, Part 5. Finances and Retention: Trends and Potential Implications.
Chapter, Lesson, Part 6. Pre-College and Institutional Influences on Degree Attainment.
Chapter, Lesson, Part 7. The Community College: Retention Trends and Issues.
Chapter, Lesson, Part 8. Pathways to a Four-Year Degree: Determinants of Degree Completion among Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Students.
Chapter, Lesson, Part 9. Online Student Retention.
Chapter, Lesson, Part 10. Student Persistence and Degree Attainment beyond the First Year in College: Existing Knowledge and Directions for Future Research.
Chapter, Lesson, Part 11. Moving from Theory to Action: A Model of Institutional Action for Student Success.
Chapter, Lesson, Part 12. Taking Action: A Retention Formula and Model for Student Success.
Cover, Title,College student retention: formula for student success, second edition--Preface, Introduction, TOC,Contents--References, Appendix, Index,Index--References, Appendix, Index,About the Editor and Contributors.
Although access to higher education is virtually universally available, college student retention stills remains a vexing and puzzling problem for educators and legislators. In College Student Retention: Formula for Student Success, second edition, Alan Seidman deals with this problematic issue by examining a number of areas critical to the retention of students, including the history, the theories and concepts, models, and a standardized definition of the term. Seidman and his contributors also lay out the financial implications and trends of retention in one of their updated chapters. Completely new to this edition are three chapters that examine several recent issues: the current theories of retention, retention of online students, and retention in community colleges. Tying all of these components together, Seidman then presents his formula and highly successful model for student success that colleges can implement to effect change in retaining students and helping them to complete their academic and personal goals.