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The Equity Outcomes Podcast presents audio narrated publications by Dr. David R. Arendale focused on creating a learning environment that supports all students to achieve their educational goals. These audiobooks will include topics on student-led academic study groups, Universal Design for Learning principles that instructors can use in their classroom, antiracism practices to create inclusive learning enviornments, and more.
 
The “PALgroups Podcast” is focused on college study review groups. PAL is the name for the study review groups used at the University of Minnesota. We drew upon best practices from national models such as Supplemental Instruction, Peer-led Team Learning, and the Emerging Scholars Program. I served on the team that created the PAL model on our campus. I serve as an Associate Professor in the Curriculum and Instruction Department within the College of Education and Human Development. Some epis ...
 
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S01-E10 In this podcast episode, we feature a previously published article named “Mentoring in the Classroom: Making the Implicit Explicit” Based upon the SI model, this publication identifies some of the strategies used by SI leaders to mentor their student that instructors can do to make things that they think are clear to the students (the impli…
 
S01-E09 In this podcast episode, we feature a previously published article named “Use of Supplemental Instruction at an urban high school” The same learning strategies that are modeled during SI in a first-year college history course can also be modeled and practiced in a high school history course. Westport High School was adopted by the former bi…
 
S04-E18 This episode introduces us to Madelaine who is a study group leader for the SI program at Vancouver Island University in Canada. This is part two of a four-part series of the VIU program. Like many other study group leaders, she reported how she served as a tutor in high school and enjoyed the experience of assisting the teacher. In additio…
 
S04-E17 This episode introduces us to Shelley-Anne who manages the SI program at Vancouver Island University in Canada. A majority of our conversation was spent with how Shelley-Anne has organized former SI leaders to serve as mentors to the new SI leaders. A great deal of responsibility has been delegated to the mentors with the training system, o…
 
S01-E08 We feature a previously published article named “Use of Supplemental Instruction at the UMKC School of Law.” The focus for this publication was the use of SI in the School of Law. There is a high dropout rate in law school just like with the first year of college. The same strategies that are used by SI leaders in an introductory history co…
 
(Bonus PDF) Transcript of previously published article named “Sl : Supporting the Classroom Experience.” The focus was how SI reduced college dropouts and provided a professional development opportunity for the classroom faculty members. In addition to this audio episode, I also provide a transcript of the publication.…
 
S01-E07 We feature a previously published article named “Sl : Supporting the Classroom Experience.” The focus was how SI reduced college dropouts and provided a professional development opportunity for the classroom faculty members. In addition to this audio episode, I also provide a transcript of the publication. The following links allow you to s…
 
S04-E16 This episode introduces us to Teresa who is a doctoral student in the medical school at Drexel University in Pennsylvania. Teresa shares a variety of strategies that she uses to help her student succeed. She explains how she learns along with her students. Listen for her final statement to the podcast listeners where she advocates that it i…
 
S04-E15 This episode introduces us to Jill who is a doctoral student in the medical school at Drexel University in Pennsylvania. Jill shares a variety of strategies that she uses to help her student succeed. She explains how she learns along with her students. Jill advocates that it is not important to know everything about the subject matter to be…
 
S04-E14 This episode introduces us to Marissa who is the study group program manager at Drexel University in Pennsylvania. She shares about the support the study group program provides to the physician’s assistant program. Marissa also explains the highly involved role that the faculty members play with the study group program. This episode begins …
 
S01-E06 We feature a publication from the late 1990s that explored t e role of Supplemental Instruction supporting and extending the First-Year Experience. Towards the end of the narration listen for the description of several experiments of using SI as a faculty development activity. This is an area that deserves more experimentation and reporting…
 
S04-E13 This episode introduces us to Sam who is a student study group leader. She is studying physics and astronomy. Her career aspiration is to become a physics professor and researcher. Her hobbies include running, basketball, poetry, and jamming to music. I was very interested in how she broke down the various challenges of the physics course t…
 
S04-E12 This episode introduces us to Paige who is a student study group leader. Her major is marketing with a minor in graphic design. Her career aspiration is business/event design, marketing manager, or marketing analyst. Her hobbies include reading, hiking, and art. Paige is a study leader for an economics course. She shares how her work experi…
 
S01-E01 The only thing more tragic about experiencing this year is not sharing the painful lessons learned with other colleagues so they do not need to learn them the hard way. A few will write articles and books about this experience, but they will not appear for years. Some will give presentations at conferences, but many educators will not have …
 
(Bonus PDF) This is a transcript of the foundational theories for the SI model. New theories have emerged and built upon the older ones. One of the enduring components of this publication is the comparison of the two models for treating people: the medical model and the public health model. Dr. Robert Blanc, one of the key people involved with deve…
 
S01-E05 We feature an update of the early 1990s foundational theories for the SI model. New theories have emerged and built upon the older ones. One of the enduring components of this publication is the comparison of the two models for treating people: the medical model and the public health model. Dr. Robert Blanc, one of the key people involved w…
 
S04-E11 This episode introduces us to Taylor who is a student study group leader. She is studying family and consumer science with an emphasis on dietetics. Taylor mentioned that the anatomy course she supported was challenging due to the complicated vocabulary. That course was actually the first one supported by SI back at the University of Missou…
 
S04-E10 This episode introduces us to Osee who is also a MavPASS student leader. He is an immigrant from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is a wonderful story of how he was identified by his teachers in middle school to help other students with their homework. His work as a MavPASS leader is a natural continuation of that role. The conversa…
 
S01-E04 We feature my history of Supplemental Instruction that was published several decades ago. I updated the history with more accurate numbers regarding the institutions and countries operating the SI program. I also briefly talk about the national SI or PASS centers located around the world. I conclude the history with some personal comments o…
 
S04-E09 We continue the interview series with the study group manager and the students that lead the study group sessions. The last episode featured Dr. Laura Jacobi, who is a faculty member and the program manager. Now we begin episodes that feature five of their student study group leaders. In part two of a six-part series featuring the MavPASS p…
 
(Bonus PDF) This extensive profile of Minnesota State University Mankato provides the context for the MavPASS program which operates there. You will find interesting information about the institution as well as some of its well-known graduates.By David Arendale
 
S04-E08 Beginning with this podcast episode, we start airing interviews with study group program coordinators and student study group leaders from over twenty colleges in Australia, Canada, and the United States. These episodes will likely occur from April through September of 2021. Then, a new series will be recorded during October through Novembe…
 
(Bonus PDF) This is the transcript to the podcast on the administrative placement of SI. This was a big question back in the 1980s and 1990s when I worked at the National Center for Supplemental Instruction at the Univ. of Missouri-KC. I included that question in my dissertation on SI with a national study of all known SI programs.…
 
S04-E07 I feature a previous publication by me, Administrative Placement of Supplemental Instruction Programs. This was one part of my dissertation focused on several aspects of Supplemental Instruction that was published in 2000. Olivia and Henry, members of my synthetic voice family will narrate the publication. If I were writing this dissertatio…
 
S04-E06 In this podcast episode, we feature a previous publication by me, Understanding the Supplemental Instruction Model. I authored this one back in the 1990s. Leslie, a member one of my synthetic voice family will narrate the publication. If I were writing this article today, no doubt there would be changes. But, I think the article is still us…
 
S01-E03 We feature Administrative Placement of Supplemental Instruction Programs. There was a frequent question where should the program should be administratively based: academic affairs or student affairs. Historically, SI had been based in both places and there were plenty of opinions on which was the better place. I decided to add that question…
 
S04-E05 We continue our brief overviews of publications about leader identity emergence by the study session leaders. The narration of the publication overview will be by members of my synthetic voice family. I hope that the interaction that occurs will make the listening more enjoyable. Due to the length of this particular bibliography, it will be…
 
S04-E04 We feature brief overviews of publications about leader identity emergence by the study session leaders. Except for the first two, all the rest are by researchers from around the globe. This begins a series of podcast episodes where we examine entries from the annotated bibliography of peer learning programs. There are nearly 1,700 in this …
 
S01-E02 In this podcast episode, featured is Understanding the Supplemental Instruction Model. This is my most heavily cited publication of anything that I have written. I was working at the University of Missouri-Kansas City at the time with responsibilities for dissemination of the SI model through training workshops, research, and publications. …
 
S01-E01 Welcome to the first episode of the Equity Podcast. Equity is about achieving equal outcomes for everyone, not just providing equal chances of obtaining those outcomes. This podcast will feature audio versions of my previous scholarship related to educational equity such as student peer learning groups, Universal Design for Learning, access…
 
(Bonus PDF) This is an annotated bibliography of Supplemental Instruction which is also known by other names such as PAL, PASS, and others. This is a subset of the larger annotated bibliography of the seven major peer learning programs.By David Arendale
 
S04-E02 Short overview of the updated and expanded annotated bibliography for the seven major peer learning programs. Our colleagues in the field have been productive in the past year with new research and publications to inform us of best practices for peer learning programs. I monitor seven major programs that have been implemented throughout the…
 
S04-E01 Overview to Season Four of the PAL podcast. Last season we included interviews with several Australian study group leaders. This season we will continue the same with interviews of student leaders in the U.S. and other countries. We will expand the interviews to also include the coordinators or managers of study group programs as well. If y…
 
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