30 x 30: Thirty Stories of Success, Hope, and Innovation



30 x 30: Thirty Stories of Success, Hope, and Innovation

This booklet celebrates the 30th anniversary of the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning through stories of the people helped by the Center's work. Stories begin with the founding of the Center in the mid-1970s as the Institute for Research in Learning Disabilities and continue through the decades.

Stories include

  • Structure, discipline put sky-high goals in reach: The Assignment Completion Strategy gives a student the structure and discipline he needs to pursue an Air Force career.
  • Sophomore finds new voice in SIMTM writing strategies: A student's mastery of the Word Identification and Proficiency in the Sentence Writing strategies gives him the tools he needs to succeed in his general education classes.
  • Framing math lectures yields positive results: AP calculus students' use of the Framing Routine helps them make connections, recognize relationships, and improve their grades.




Resources

  • 30x30: Thirty Stories of Success, Hope, and Innovation (pdf)