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Dr. Timothy L. Walter

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Dean of Campus Affairs

Oakland Community College
2480 Opdyke Road
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48304
United States

Company Description: With five campuses throughout Oakland County, OCC is the largest community college in Michigan and the 25th largest in the nation. OCC offers degrees and...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Rhode Island College
  • Oakland Community College
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Your College Success Center
www.bardes.politics.wadsworth.com, 23 Sept 2003 [cached]
Dr. Timothy L. Walter, University of Michigan - more info
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Dr. Timothy L. Walter, University of Michigan - more info
Teaching Students to Be More Successful Thinkers and Learners
Dr. Timothy L. Walter, University of Michigan - more info
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Dr. Timothy L. Walter, University of Michigan
Adult learners represent better than 70% of the students enrolled in higher education.Yet, the major focus on student success has been on the 18-21 year old student.Dr. Timothy L. Walter continues to be a pioneer in the field of adult learning.
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Smith and Walter are available for one and two day workshops and consultation.
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Dr. Timothy L. Walter, University of Michigan
For the past thirty years Dr. Timothy L. Walter has designed and taught student success courses in his roles as faculty member, vice president, and college dean.He regularly consults throughout the U.S.A. and abroad assisting colleges design courses that help freshmen students in their academic and social transition to college.His books on student success, adult learning, and critical thinking are basic texts for many college courses and programs.While a faculty member at The University of Michigan, Dr. Walter and his colleagues assessed the impact of freshman year courses and published their results in a series of frequently referenced studies.
Dr. Walter brings his expertise as a teacher, administrator, and researcher to you in this 1-2 day workshop on designing, teaching, and evaluating your freshman success course.
Click here to return to the top of the page.
Teaching Students to Be More Successful Thinkers and Learners Dr. Timothy L. Walter, University of Michigan
College faculty and staff throughout the world know that many of their freshman students are coming to college ill prepared to take on the rigorous challenge of academic life.These students are often inefficient and ineffective learners and thinkers.Dr. Timothy L. Walter, Dean of Academic & Student Services at Oakland Community College and Adjunct faculty member at The University of Michigan has developed a highly acclaimed workshop for faculty and staff on teaching students to be more successful learners and thinkers.The workshop is geared to both 2 and 4 year institutions.
Over the past 20 years Dr. Walter and his colleagues have developed a series of highly effective strategies which students can apply in all of their courses.Many of these strategies are described in his books Critical Thinking: Building the Basics and The Adult Learner's Guide to College Success both published by Wadsworth and his text Student Success: How to Do Better in College and Still Have Time For Your Friends.This workshop can be designed for a one half day session or a full day session.
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Dr. Timothy L. WalterUniversity of Michigan
Dr. Timothy L. Walter's career has focused on the development of programs, courses and instructional materials that enhance the success of students and faculty.He was selected as an Outstanding Freshman Advocate in 1994 by the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.He has published widely, including articles in Journal of the Freshman Year.His study, "Support Programs and Student Self-Efficacy: Do First-Year Students Know When They Need Help?"is the first of a series of three studies demonstrating the impact of required freshman year courses and support programs on student performance, use of college support services, and self-efficacy.He is a frequent workshop leader, speaker and consultant on student success programs and strategies for iimproving learning and critical thinking.
Dr. Walter's texts include Critical Thinking: Building the Basics, The Adult Learner's Guide to College Success, Student Success: How to Succeed in College and Still Have Time For Your Friends, and Student Success Strategies.He has served as a faculty member in psychology at Rhode Island College and the University of Michigan, a Vice-President for Student Development at The University of Tulsa and as Director of The Academic Center for Excellence at University of Illinois at Chicago.He is now Dean of Academic & Student Services at Oakland Community College in Farmington Hills, Michigan as well as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Michigan.
Innovative Educators
www.innovativeeducators.org, 5 Nov 2010 [cached]
In this two part workshop, Dr. Timothy Walter will present a validated instructional program of basic cognitive and behavioral critical thinking and learning strategies that are viewed as general education outcomes by many institutions of higher education.
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what the TCDR strategy of critical thinking entails as described in Dr. Walter's co-authored book "Critical Thinking: Building the Basics." how Dr. Walter and his colleagues studied successful critical thinkers and learners to determine the essential characteristics of successful learning and thinking.
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Dr. Timothy L. Walter, Dean of Academic and Student Services at Oakland Community College in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Dr. Walter is a leading authority in the area of student success. He has written eight editions of his text Student Success, three editions of The Adult Learner's Guide to College Success, and two editions of Critical Thinking: Building the Basics. He was honored in 1994 as an Outstanding Advocate of First Year Students by The National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition. He has consulted widely in the area of student success and the first-year experience.
Onsite Workshops
www.wadsworth.com, 11 June 2001 [cached]
Dr. Timothy L. Walter, University of Michigan - more info
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Dr. Timothy L. Walter, University of Michigan - more info
Teaching Students to Be More Successful Thinkers and Learners
Dr. Timothy L. Walter, University of Michigan - more info
...
Dr. Timothy L. Walter, University of Michigan
Adult learners represent better than 70% of the students enrolled in higher education.Yet, the major focus on student success has been on the 18-21 year old student.Dr. Timothy L. Walter continues to be a pioneer in the field of adult learning.
...
Smith and Walter are available for one and two day workshops and consultation.
...
Dr. Timothy L. Walter, University of Michigan
For the past thirty years Dr. Timothy L. Walter has designed and taught student success courses in his roles as faculty member, vice president, and college dean.He regularly consults throughout the U.S.A. and abroad assisting colleges design courses that help freshmen students in their academic and social transition to college.His books on student success, adult learning, and critical thinking are basic texts for many college courses and programs.While a faculty member at The University of Michigan, Dr. Walter and his colleagues assessed the impact of freshman year courses and published their results in a series of frequently referenced studies.
Dr. Walter brings his expertise as a teacher, administrator, and researcher to you in this 1-2 day workshop on designing, teaching, and evaluating your freshman success course.
Click here to return to the top of the page.
Teaching Students to Be More Successful Thinkers and Learners Dr. Timothy L. Walter, University of Michigan
College faculty and staff throughout the world know that many of their freshman students are coming to college ill prepared to take on the rigorous challenge of academic life.These students are often inefficient and ineffective learners and thinkers.Dr. Timothy L. Walter, Dean of Academic & Student Services at Oakland Community College and Adjunct faculty member at The University of Michigan has developed a highly acclaimed workshop for faculty and staff on teaching students to be more successful learners and thinkers.The workshop is geared to both 2 and 4 year institutions.
Over the past 20 years Dr. Walter and his colleagues have developed a series of highly effective strategies which students can apply in all of their courses.Many of these strategies are described in his books Critical Thinking: Building the Basics and The Adult Learner's Guide to College Success both published by Wadsworth and his text Student Success: How to Do Better in College and Still Have Time For Your Friends.This workshop can be designed for a one half day session or a full day session.
Dr. Timothy L. Walter , ...
csuccess.wadsworth.com, 2 Feb 2001 [cached]
Dr. Timothy L. Walter , University of Michigan - more info
Teaching Adult Learners to Be More Successful in Their Academic & Social Transition to College
Dr. Timothy L. Walter , University of Michiga - more info
Teaching Students to Be More Successful Thinkers and Learners
Dr. Timothy L. Walter , University of Michigan - more info
The Magic's in the Method : Using Regular Academic Core Curriculum Courses as First-Year Experience Seminars
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Dr. Timothy L. WalterUniversity of Michigan
Dr. Timothy L. Walter's career has focused on the development of programs , courses and instructional materials that enhance the success of students and faculty.He was selected as an Outstanding Freshman Advocate in 1994 by the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.He has published widely , including articles in Journal of the Freshman Year.His study , Support Programs and Student Self-Efficacy : Do First-Year Students Know When They Need Help?.is the first of a series of three studies demonstrating the impact of required freshman year courses and support programs on student performance , use of college support services , and self-efficacy.He is a frequent workshop leader , speaker and consultant on student success programs and strategies for iimproving learning and critical thinking.Dr. Walter's texts include Critical Thinking : Building the Basics , The Adult Learner's Guide to College Success , Student Success : How to Succeed in College and Still Have Time For Your Friends , and Student Success Strategies.He has served as a faculty member in psychology at Rhode Island College and the University of Michigan.He served as Vice-President for Student Development at The University of Tulsa and as Director of The Academic Center for Excellence at University of Illinois at Chicago.He is now Dean of Academic & Student Services at Oakland Community College in Farmington Hills , Michigan as well as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Timothy L. Walter , ...
www.success.wadsworth.com, 12 Nov 2000 [cached]
Dr. Timothy L. Walter , University of Michigan - more info
Teaching Adult Learners to Be More Successful in Their Academic & Social Transition to College
Dr. Timothy L. Walter , University of Michiga - more info
Teaching Students to Be More Successful Thinkers and Learners
Dr. Timothy L. Walter , University of Michigan - more info
The Magic's in the Method : Using Regular Academic Core Curriculum Courses as First-Year Experience Seminars
...
Dr. Timothy L. WalterUniversity of Michigan
Dr. Timothy L. Walter's career has focused on the development of programs , courses and instructional materials that enhance the success of students and faculty.He was selected as an Outstanding Freshman Advocate in 1994 by the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.He has published widely , including articles in Journal of the Freshman Year.His study , Support Programs and Student Self-Efficacy : Do First-Year Students Know When They Need Help?.is the first of a series of three studies demonstrating the impact of required freshman year courses and support programs on student performance , use of college support services , and self-efficacy.He is a frequent workshop leader , speaker and consultant on student success programs and strategies for iimproving learning and critical thinking.Dr. Walter's texts include Critical Thinking : Building the Basics , The Adult Learner's Guide to College Success , Student Success : How to Succeed in College and Still Have Time For Your Friends , and Student Success Strategies.He has served as a faculty member in psychology at Rhode Island College and the University of Michigan.He served as Vice-President for Student Development at The University of Tulsa and as Director of The Academic Center for Excellence at University of Illinois at Chicago.He is now Dean of Academic & Student Services at Oakland Community College in Farmington Hills , Michigan as well as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Michigan.
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