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Today's model of education forces students to assimilate, to compete against each other, to think only in abstract complex ways, and to believe that cultural separation leads to academic power.
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A classroom environment is shaped by many factors, including the seating arrangement, the tone of written assignments and handouts, and of course, the demeanor of the instructor.
Understanding student retention theory and how it can be applied in the classroom can improve student retention by helping faculty make better decisions regarding planning and teaching their courses.
In addition, increased knowledge about retention theory will help faculty improve their interactions with students both in and out of the classroom.
Survey data, classroom observations, and interview were analyzed to examine in-class validation.