Title

College Algebra (MATH 1111) Course Redesign at the University of North Georgia

Campus

Dahlonega

Publication date

3-1-2021

Publisher

Gardner Institute

Book or Journal Information

Gateways to Completion Case Study Anthology

Keywords

course redesign, college algebra, Gateways to Completion, Gardner Institute

Abstract

The Gateways to Completion committee was appointed to study and redesign College Algebra at the University of North Georgia and began work in Fall 2018. The committee began the three-year process of examining the course, identifying areas of concern, proposing, piloting, and implementing the redesign. The committee studied data from the Office of Institutional Effectiveness, surveyed faculty and students, analyzed previously published objectives, created new objectives with sample questions, and piloted textbook curricula and online platforms. The 2019-2020 academic year began the enactment of the piloted redesign. The committee continues to analyze data in anticipation of year three.

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College Algebra (MATH 1111) Course Redesign at the University of North Georgia

The Gateways to Completion committee was appointed to study and redesign College Algebra at the University of North Georgia and began work in Fall 2018. The committee began the three-year process of examining the course, identifying areas of concern, proposing, piloting, and implementing the redesign. The committee studied data from the Office of Institutional Effectiveness, surveyed faculty and students, analyzed previously published objectives, created new objectives with sample questions, and piloted textbook curricula and online platforms. The 2019-2020 academic year began the enactment of the piloted redesign. The committee continues to analyze data in anticipation of year three.