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Senior Inquiry: A University/High School Collaboration
Academic Exhange Quarterly
  • Barbara Jean Traver, Westview High School
  • Jack C. Straton, Portland State University
  • Jan Whittlesey, Westview High School
  • Dave Erhenkranz, Westview High School
  • Tom Wells, Westview High School
  • Pat McCreery, Westview High School
  • Maarja Paris, Westview High School
  • Candyce Reynolds, Portland State University
  • Judy Patton, Portland State University
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  • Westview High School (Beaverton Or.),
  • Teaching teams -- Case studies

Portland State University has been collaborating with four area high schools to deliver a high school course based on the university's Freshman Inquiry model. Senior Inquiry is taught by a team of high school and university faculty partnered with peer mentors from the university. It is designed to provide college experience and credit for any senior in good academic standing who wants to gain the skills needed to succeed in college.


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Traver, Barbara; Straton, Jack C.; Whittlesey, Jan; Erhenkranz, Dave; Wells, Tom; McCreery, Pat; Paris, Maarja; Reynolds, Candyce; Patton, Judy. "Senior Inquiry: A University/high School Collaboration," (2003). Academic Exchange Quarterly, p. 52-56, Vol. 7, No. 3