Developmental Mathematics Redesign: Placement, Mathematics, Study Skills, and Teamwork March 10, 2013Innovations 2013Dallas, Texas Dr. Tamara Carter and.

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Developmental Mathematics Redesign: Placement, Mathematics, Study Skills, and Teamwork March 10, 2013Innovations 2013Dallas, Texas Dr. Tamara Carter and Dr. Max Simmons, Oklahoma City Community College A Student’s Reflection Entering this class I was totally frightened about my chances at success. I’ve never been a good math student at all. But the way the class is set up totally allows you to succeed. They have all the resources readily available for any and all at any given time. It’s simply a matter of applying yourself. If you’ll do that you can’t fail with the way they implement the program. It’s been a real pleasure getting my feet wet while moving in a positive direction towards College Algebra. Thanks sincerely.

Percent of 11F students successful in CPM II based on MAP score

Percent of 11F students successful in CPM III based on MAP score

Percent of 11F students successful in CPM IV based on MAP score

General Education Success Note: These rates exclude students who earned an “I” or a “CIP”. FA10 was the first semester for the entire College Prep Math (CPM) sequence. Students in the “other” category might have taken the prerequisite more than a year ago or have demonstrated the prerequisite to an advisor. Success in General Education Mathematics Classes (College Algebra, Contemporary Math, Statistics, & Precalculus) based on placement method 7 Spring 2011College Algebra A. B. CTotal n Passed CPM IV within last year69%137 Placed in with MAP (Math Assessment and Placement Exam) 82%61 ACT >= 1961%237 Passed Int. Alg. within last year53%91 Other60%298 Total63%824 Spring 2011College AlgebraAll General Ed A. B. CTotal nA. B. CTotal n Passed CPM IV within last year69%13765%168 Placed in with MAP (Math Assessment and Placement Exam) 82%6177%91 ACT >= 1961%23762%329 Passed Int. Alg. within last year53%9156%134 Other60%29863%533 Total63%82464%1255

1 classroom 2 classes of students 3 professional staff Active learning Encourages deeper understanding and mastery of basic arithmetic skills

Large Group Small Group Computer

Large Group Small Group Computer 3 classrooms 4 classes of students 5 professional staff 35 minute rotations Team Teaching Mini-lecture Group Activities Guided Practice Study Skills Math Lab support

CPM ICPM IICPM IIICPM IVOverall 8-week 223 of 354 1672 of 2688 2540 of 3701 1843 of 2518 6278 of 9261 16-week 284 of 595 1803 of 3691 887 of 1738 785 of 1292 3759 of 7316 Success Rates: 8-week vs. 16-week Fall 2010 to Fall 2012 (excluding summers) CPM ICPM IICPM IIICPM IVOverall 8-week63.0%62.2%68.6%73.2%67.8% 16-week47.7%48.8%51.0%60.8%51.4%

General Education Success 10F-12F (excluding summers) # Success# EnrollmentsSuccess Percentage Contemporary Math51265078.8% CPM IV13716782.0% Other37548377.6% College Algebra3102509960.8% CPM IV828140658.9% Other2274369361.6% Pre-Calculus44278256.5% CPM IV7415149.0% Other36863158.3% Statistics767114567.0% CPM IV8915258.6% Other67899368.3% General Education Total 4823767662.8%

College Algebra Success by Semester SuccessfulTotal EnrollmentsPercentage Successful 10 Fall648106161.1% Took CPM IV Other 13 635 18 1043 72.2% 60.9% 11 Spring51582462.5% Took CPM IV Other 145 370 196 628 74.0% 58.9% 11 Fall662107961.4% Took CPM IV Other 167 495 275 804 60.7% 61.6% 12 Spring52991557.8% Took CPM IV Other 250 279 436 479 57.3% 58.2% 12 Fall748122061.3% Took CPM IV Other 253 495 481 739 52.6% 67.0% Grand Total2795449462.2%

Developmental Mathematics Redesign: Placement, Mathematics, Study Skills, and Teamwork March 10, 2013Innovations 2013Dallas, Texas Dr. Tamara Carter and Dr. Max Simmons, Oklahoma City Community College tcarter@occc.edutcarter@occc.edu and msimmons@occc.edumsimmons@occc.edu A Student’s Reflection Entering this class I was totally frightened about my chances at success. I’ve never been a good math student at all. But the way the class is set up totally allows you to succeed. They have all the resources readily available for any and all at any given time. It’s simply a matter of applying yourself. If you’ll do that you can’t fail with the way they implement the program. It’s been a real pleasure getting my feet wet while moving in a positive direction towards College Algebra. Thanks sincerely.

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