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2017 AURCO Journal

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Editor’s Commentary

Steven M. Toepfer, Editor, Kent State University Salem
In Memory of Dr. Gordon J. Aubrecht, II


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Refereed Papers

Reuben Asempapa, Penn State Harrisburg
How Did We Get Here? The Path to Our Current K 12 Mathematics Education Curriculum in the United States


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Gordon J. Aubrecht, II, The Ohio State University Marion
How Well Do Middle School Teachers Understand Newton’s Third Law?


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Adam Chekour, University of Cincinnati Blue Ash
The Effectiveness of Computer-Assisted Math Instruction in Developmental Classes


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Robin Dever, Kent State University Geauga
Academic Partnerships to Strengthen College Credit Plus


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Beth Dietz, Miami University Middletown
Translating Immediacy Behavior in the Online Classroom


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Debra L. Frame, University of Cincinnati Blue Ash Sarah Cummins-Sebree, University of Cincinnati Raymond Walters
A Case Study on Proactive (Intrusive) Faculty Contracts’ Influence on DFW Rates in Introductory Psychology Courses


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Barbara Mahaffey, Ohio University Chillicothe
Teaching Diversity to Regional Campus Students: Using a Miscommunication Model Technique as an Enrichment Tool


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Darcy McBride, Akron University Wayne
Autism Spectrum Disorder and Higher Education


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Dywayne Nicely, Ohio University Chillicothe
Implementing a Supplemental Instruction Program for Introductory Statistics at a Regional Campus


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Karen Smith, University of Cincinnati Blue Ash Dennis Clason, University of Cincinnati Blue Ash
Using Blanks in Guided Lecture Notes


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Jack Vazzana, Kent State University East Liverpool
A Visual Model of Deviance: Social Triggers and Unacceptable Behavior


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