Sharing Emerging Research

Integrating research into practice is an important method used by practitioners, policymakers, and researchers to improve the field of education. The NCTN is dedication to sharing emerging research from a variety of sources in a user-friendly format.

Attributional Retraining: Rethinking Academic Failure to Promote Success

National College Transition Network Staff, World Education, Inc.
Defines “attributional retraining” and gives concrete examples of how to apply the theory in the classroom or counseling environment to support student academic success and persistence in college.

Working with Young Adults in College Transition Programs

Lauren Capotosto, EdM, Doctoral Student at Harvard Graduate School of Education
This research review identifies the challenges of working with older and younger students together in college transition classes. Strategies that four successful programs use in their work with younger students are shared.

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