MAC Modeling Atmospheric CO2 Data Developing a Transportation Survey to Estimate Gasoline Use by Campus Commuters Foundations of Elementary Mathematics Math and Reading - Creating Synergy Preparing EAP (ESL) Students for College Success by Integrating Math Concepts in the EAP Curriculum Using Art History To Lower Math Anxiety
Communicating Computations: Basic Writing Skills and Developmental Mathematics
Political Science, Math and Speech Arrested Development: Investigations and Math TEEMS (Technology for Educators for Math & Science Percents, Formulas, and the Culinary Arts Empowering Math in Physics Figuring Out our Next President - Communication
- Quantitative Analysis
- Critical/Creative Thinking and Scientific Reasoning
- Information Literacy
- Global, Cultural, and Historical Perspectives
- Personal, Civic, and Social Responsibility
- Ethical Thinking
- Computer and Technology Usage
- Aesthetic Appreciation
- Natural Systems and the Environment
Dive Right in to Algebra and Physics Powerful Outcomes: Math as the Language of Physics Math and Finance - Revise Problem Solving Module
- Design Process to Identify and Serve Vocational Education Students
- Develop Hybrid Course targeting Auto Technology, Business Administration and Culinary Arts Programs
Teaming Social Research and Statistics Organisms, Mathematics, and the Environment Math + English = 4Words Making Connections Communicating in Numbers and Words Going With the Flow: Stream Statistics Math for Elementary Teachers II : Inquiry into Life Science General Education Biology College Algebra Learning Community Integrating Science and Math for Elementary Education Majors Vectors Beginnings: A Learning Community This project aims to revise assignments and the associated rubrics to incorporate more quantitative reasoning into Biology and Mathematics courses for Elementary Teachers. The theme of the course is "So what…” and encourages students to think about the big questions of what is the meaning, what are the trends, and what are the consequences and limitations of the data collected. In this project the faculty created modules that will be used in a selected mathematics course (College Algebra) and in applied content courses of General Geology and Economics. The modules make use of three representations of relations, namely data tables, graphs, and formulas. Math and and Human Development Design a coordinated studies course that consists of Math 099 (Intermediate Algebra) and Human Development (HD) 120 (Learning Strategies for Student Success). This course consists of 8 credits (5 for Math 099 and 3 for HD-120). It is anticipated that thirty to thirty-five students from two Math 099 sections will enroll in the HD-120 section. A typical section of HD-120 does not focus specifically on learning strategies for math courses. However, a special effort will be made to focus the HD-120 learning strategies in support of the Math 099 sections. A Navigation Unit for Linked Mathematics and Earth Science Classes The project created navigation modules including instruction on using GPS technology and UTM coordinates. The goal is to provide life-saving information to students while incorporating necessary core curriculum from both mathematics and Earth science classes. They used field-based activities, as well as assessments, to insure that students who complete the course are prepared to safely enjoy the outdoors and are prepared for any courses requiring mathematical problem-solving and/or lab science as a prerequisite.A Learning Community of College-Prep Mathematics and Student Life Skills This course integrates arithmetic and beginning algebra with the " Preparing for Student Success" course . The mathematical topics include addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and their applications; percents and applications; measurement of perimeter and area of plane figures and volumes of solids; operations on signed numbers; solving linear equations in one variable; operations on polynomials; factoring; integer exponents; radicals; graphing; simplifying algebraic fractions; applications of these topics. In addition, this learning community will attempt to decrease students' math anxiety through exercises and activities.Quantitative Reasoning and Experiential Psychology: Environmental Awareness through Mathematical Modeling Math and Criminal Justice Linking Basic Algebra, Basic Reading, and Basic Writing: The Wizard of Oz - Education & Math Together: - Develop/re-establish confidence in one’s mathematic skills.
- Educating prospective teachers in projecting a positive image of mathematics in the elementary school classroom.
- Address the critical shortage needs for mathematics teachers/specialists, focusing on the elementary school grades.
- Understanding teaching & learning issues unique to our shared subjects.
- Assess student learning by various means including portfolios, classroom presentations, group projects, and traditional methods.
- Ensure Global Learning Outcomes are addressed/incorporated in both courses
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