Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
This qualitative case study investigates the nature and role of a college mentor in facilitating the metacognitive development of college students with learning disabilities (LD). The researcher used three primary sources to triangulate the data for the inquiry: individual interviews with a mentor of college students with LD and three of her students; observations of sessions between the mentor and her students; and, documents from student files. The qualitative case study was conducted at Curry College. This site was chosen because of the specialized program for students with learning disabilities at this college.
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Wilmont Pennini, Susan, "Mentoring College Students with Learning Disabilities: A Case Study: A Dissertation" (2006). Educational Studies Dissertations. 77.