- Posted by Carnegie Math Pathways
- On September 3, 2019
We’re excited to announce that a CMP Algebra College course and CMP Algebra Corequisite course will be available for pilot in spring 2020 and released to our network in fall 2020.
Members of the CMP Curriculum Committee have spearheaded the effort to apply the curricular design and pedagogical principles of CMP in order to reimagine and redesign standard college algebra curriculum and develop a Pathways Algebra College course and an Algebra Coreq course.
These new offerings not only bring evidence-based approaches to college-level algebra instruction, but they offer a shortened pathway to success in college algebra through the development of coreq supports.
The learning outcomes for these courses are based on nationally recognized standards and align with standards at colleges across our network.
The 9-module course structure covers:
- Review of prerequisite, basic algebra concepts
- Quadratic Equations
- Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities
- Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
- Systems of Equations and Inequalities
- Rational Functions
- Right Triangle Trigonometry
We’re thrilled to be able to offer our network institutions the opportunity to expand math pathways options by bringing the CMP approach to students whose area of study and professional goals align best with an algebra path.
Both courses will be available for piloting in spring 2020. If you’re interested in piloting these courses in the spring, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Revisions based on your input will be included in the full release in fall 2020.
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