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Confidential - Pearson © 2009 Pearson & The University of Alabama
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 Superior Learning Impact 1.Improved teaching capabilities for math courses 2.Instructor customization capabilities 3.Increased personalization capabilities for student learning 4.Increased student success rates 5.Cost savings of 28% over traditional courses 6.Continued success in subsequent courses
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 The University of Alabama Currently services over 10,000 students per year in MyMathLab courses Pearson products users since 2000, MyMathLab users since 2001 Added the implementation of Pearson eCollege MyMathLab courses in 2008 MyMathLab courses used include Beginning Algebra Intermediate Algebra Finite Math Precalculus Algebra Precalculus Trigonometry Precalculus Algebra & Trigonometry Business Calculus
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 MyMathLab Enterprise Innovative series of dynamic online courses Combines Proven Pearson Higher Education content Reliable course management system of Pearson eCollege Courses suit each students level of knowledge and method of learning Self-paced Customizable Adaptable
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 MyMathLab Application Being used at over 1,800 schools Improved math teaching and learning for more than 4.2 MILLION students since 2001 Institutions using MyMathLab across the country have reported increases in pass rates of 30-40%
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 Students login to access MyMathLab using Pearson eCollege.
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 MyMathLabTools for success Interactive online textbook Video lectures Tracked tutorial exercises Additional tools for learning during homework assignments
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 Interactive online textbook available to every student.
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 Why MyMathLab? Faculty at The University of Alabama note the following advantages of MyMathLab courses: Flexibility in scheduling Ability to move at individual pace Instant feedback Availability of individual help Equality of presentation Equality of testing Elimination of language problems
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 How does MyMathLab work? With MyMathLab, instructors can easily create, import and manage Online homework assignments Quizzes Tests All of these elements are automatically graded, allowing instructors to spend less time grading and more time teaching.
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 Using MyMathLab at The University of Alabama Software customizations provide performance data Material to be learned is organized into 4 test periods In each test period, student progress is assessed using instructor developed homework, quizzes and a major test Analysis is done by instructors to determine what concepts the majority of students need to work on Concepts are included in future homework assignments
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Confidential - Pearson © 2009 Advantages of MyMathLab Courses at The University of Alabama Students can work at own pace Students can work in lab or at home Students receive instant feedback on work Homework, quizzes, tests & final exam are computer graded All student activity is recorded Availability of faculty and instructor support
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 Students have different learning tools available while working on homework.
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 Students receive immediate feedback and helpful suggestions.
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 Students receive positive feedback for correct answers.
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 Results of MyMathLab Usage at The University of Alabama Significant improvement in student success rates in math courses Before MyMathLab40% - 45% Using MyMathLab60% - 75% Student retention rate is up at least 10% over last 5 years, due to Instructor capability to track students progress Communication tools for course reminders, suggestions and praise
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 Student Success Rates (Before and After MyMathLab) Intermediate Algebra
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 Student Success rates for Calculus I (Transfer students versus MyMathLab)
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 The University of Alabama Traditional Math Course Cost 2001-2002 Academic Year - 1480 Students 43 Sections of 35 Students Each 2 FTTI (16 sections) @ $36,250 $72,500 5 GTAs (20 sections) @ $17,565 $87,825 7 PTTI (7 sections) @ $1,655 $11,585 Total Cost $171,910 Cost Per Student $116
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 The University of Alabama MyMathLab Course Cost 2001-2002 Academic Year - 1480 Students 1 Section Each Semester 2 FTTI @ $36,250 $72,500 6 PTTI @ $1,655 $9,930 UG Tutors 5760 hrs @ $7/hr $40,320 Total Cost $122,750 Cost Per Student $83 Savings - $33/student (28%)
Confidential - Pearson © 2009 Summary With MyMathLab, teaching capabilities are improved through better customization and personalization of student learning. This results in increased student success rates and increased retention in subsequent courses, all while decreasing the cost from traditional courses.
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