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The Math Matters personnel are committed to offering superior tutorial and instructional services in math by staying current with the best practices and methodologies. We will maintain a caring, supportive, and encouraging academic presence for the students.
Thanks so much for making the first week of our Math Matters initiative a slamming success. This is all due to the concerted efforts of many people who have spent many hours assisting with the project. That brings me to the part about needing your assistance.
Because this is an ongoing project for our reaffirmation of accreditation for SACSCOC, we have to gather endless amounts of data to show our success, our changes, our tweaks, our ideas, our broad-based communication, and our overall efforts. So please feel free to get involved by offering ideas and suggestions, but we must do it in a coordinated manner in order for this to be successful. If you have any communications about math 0098 or math 0099 or the Math Matters initiative (we would love to hear it) PLEASE either send it to me or at least CC me so I can coordinate the team and all of the ideas. ~Sharon, QEP Coordinator
Math Matters- Mission and Modular Redesign
GNTC will strive to improve student learning in MATH 0098 and MATH 0099 through a redesign of the existing teaching model. This should improve the success rates of students progressing though the various levels of math and increase graduation rates of students placed in learning support math.
Once placed properly, students will use computer-assisted instruction and classroom activities to assist in mastering each of the modules for MATH 0098 and 0099. Attendance will be required in the classroom and the lab. Students will show mastery of each module through a pre-test at 85% or post-test at 80%. Guided instruction and completion recommendations will be provided to students. However, students who wish to work at a faster pace are encouraged to do so and may progress through both classes in one semester to receive credit by exam for MATH 0098, 0099 or 1013. Students who do not complete the last module in one class during one semester will be given an in progress grade (IP) The student who receives a grade of IP will need to register and pay for that class the next semester and begin working at the last module. When the MATH 0098 modules are completed, students may progress to the MATH 0099 modules and receive credit by exam if they complete MATH 0099 during the semester. Students will take a comprehensive final at the end of MATH 0099 to ensure mastery of the student learning outcomes.