Darryl J. repeatedly utilizes systems successfully within his bailiwick, along with the development and implementation of methodology, to effectively supervise remedial education instructors and learners. Instructional strategies and teaching styles are adjusted to identify different learning deficiencies so that congruence, amid the aforementioned, results in high-end socio-academic outcomes and/or referral to supplemental professional assistance. Challenge circumvention strategies are taught toward skill transference into cognitive development and maintenance approaches like study skills and awareness of classroom concepts present in daily routine, i.e. flipping the classroom.
Positive reinforcement tools send completers back to the classroom with confidence and applicable skills requisite for academic success. Furthermore, teaching methods are supported by scholarly theories such as Merriam’s adult learning theory, Franke’s enterprise risk management model, Vroom and Yetton’s normative model as well as Piaget and Vygotsky’s constructivist approaches. Conjunctively, the best practices proven effective for remedial students from differentiated backgrounds, such as the test-teach-retest-reteach-retest concept, are foundations of assurance within the instructional strategies. Consistent multi-dimensional exposure toward obtaining, understanding, and applying correct information, such as parental involvement and ergonomic tips, along with extra-curricular reinforcement, is his foundational approach.
Suffice it to say, in conjunction with offering instructional expertise and supervision to parents and students, he is confident that with God’s help, hard work, persistence, and focus that Argosy University’s faculty and administration continue to extend guidance toward his current pursuit of the doctorate in higher & postsecondary education-teaching and learning. A Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Southern Illinois University and a Master of Arts in Higher & Postsecondary Education-student affairs administration from Argosy University are evidence of his fundamental academic achievement.
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