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Previous Courses

Current Course

Note:

Students who test into MAT 080

take MAT 080, Algebra 2 in a

traditional lecture class.

Placement

Complete at Least

4

Modules

to Pass

- Student must complete at least 4 modules in order to pass the class
- Mastery is required to pass each module (75%)

- Students can accelerate their progress by completing more than 4 modules

Requires at Least

75%

for Mastery

Working through the Modules

75% or better and the student passes the module.

<75% and the student does a required assignment based on their errors before retesting.

75% or better and the student passes the module.

- Identified two topics that are typically challenging for students in each Module.
- Selected a Khan Academy video for each topic.
- Each video replaces a page in the Module Workbook. Watching the video is not additional work for the student.
- Students are asked to write out the problem(s) that are worked out in each video.
- Students answer a short survey after each video.
- Students hand in completed work for each video.
- At semester end, Instructors tally number of videos watched and time spent watching videos for each participating student.

- Fall and Spring Semesters:
- 2 Day sections on the Lowell Campus
- 1 Day section on the Bedford Campus
- 1 Evening section on the Bedford Campus
- 1 Saturday section on the Bedford Campus

- 1 Day section on the Bedford Campus
- 1 Evening section on the Bedford Campus

- 6 hexagonal pods with 6 computers per pod
- Faculty instructor and tutor embedded in each section
- 3 hours of class & 1 hour of lab per week
- Attendance is mandatory

- 30 students per section
- Also room for other students who want to make up missed classes or put in additional time

- Opportunity to complete the developmental sequence more quickly.
- More opportunity for one-on-one help.
- More active learning by students. Students do lots of problems in the course.
- Flexibility. Students can recover from set-backs more easily.
- Students start where they left off the previous semester.

- Succeeded means the student finished the modules equivalent to the course they would have been placed into in the previous developmental sequence.
- Exceeded means the student finished modules beyond those equivalent to the course they would have been placed into in the previous developmental sequence.

Bert Engvall

Middlesex Community College

33 Kearney Square

Lowell, MA 01854

- engvallb@middlesex.mass.edu
- (978)656-3355

* In this context, succeeded means the student finished the modules equivalent to the course they would have been placed in the previous developmental sequence.

- I really like the self-paced idea of this class! Traditional math classes can be so boring but This was great being able to work on my own.
- Very well organized course. I learned a lot from it, and I feel like the material was a lot easier to learn in this course rather than in a classroom setting. I was in this class for two semesters, and both professors were very helpful and pleasant to work with.
- I would rather a teacher actually teach this class than sit in front of a computer. I think not just myself but others would learn more and faster if it were taught in a classroom environment and there was classroom participation.