In corequisite models of instruction, marginally prepared students are placed directly into college-level coursework, taught with a paired support course. Initial research suggests that such models yield significant improvements in the number of students passing credit-level mathematics when compared to previous models of prerequisite remediation. The present study employs qualitative methods to investigate methods of instruction at one community colleges to understand how instructors identify and respond to student needs. It concludes with recommendations for practice and highlights advantages of small format corequisite classes taught by the same instructor.
Beamer, Z. (2021). Qualitative Analysis of Corequisite Instruction in a Quantitative Reasoning Course. Inquiry: The Journal of the Virginia Community Colleges, 24 (1). Retrieved from https://commons.vccs.edu/inquiry/vol24/iss1/4