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Bridge to Success: Learning to Learn and Succeed With Math
 

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"Shark Tank" presentation on the Bridge to Success project's Learning to Learn and Succeed with Math courses. ...

"Shark Tank" presentation on the Bridge to Success project's Learning to Learn and Succeed with Math courses.

Presented by Patrick McAndrew, Brandon Muramatsu and Jean Runyon at NGLC Wave I Convening on February 12 2011.

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  • Citation: McAndre w, P., Muramatsu, B., Runyon, J. (2012). Open Learning: Bridge to Success. Presented at NGLC meeting Austin, Tx: February 12, 2012 . Unless otherwise specified, this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
  • Course production Process very focused. Strength of QA & QE processes, mean that we build back in that student voice. So our material is a lot softer so that you arrive and get into the world of study. The Open University materials provides a Softer Landing for students in its approach, there ’ s no final exam, introductory-level courses have been specially designed to help you find out what it ’ s like to study with the OU, get a taste of a subject area, develop your learning skills, and build your confidence. Plus give you the content skills you need to succeed. How will it fit in terms of context for their students? OU provided the starting content, and the partners from US able to slice and mix with other types of teaching in different contexts. The material created in different ways to suit our needs and our students’ needs. This has provide opportunities with research evaluation.
  • Course production Process. Focused and development We have a different starting point. Because the OU is Open no entry point all are welcome! Strength of QA & QE processes, mean that we build back in that student voice. So our material is a lot softer so that you arrive and get into the world of study. The Open University materials provides a Softer Landing for students in its approach, there ’ s no final exam, introductory-level courses have been specially designed to help you find out what it ’ s like to study with the OU, get a taste of a subject area, develop your learning skills, and build your confidence. Plus give you the content skills you need to succeed.
  • Not just enough to repaint the dinosaur – need to think of more radical change and find lessons from other places in the world.
  • Lots of reasons to be cheerful – see next chart of progress

Bridge to Success: Learning to Learn and Succeed With Math Bridge to Success: Learning to Learn and Succeed With Math Presentation Transcript

  • Learning to Learn Succeed With Math b2s.aacc.edu
  • Patrick McAndrew, cc-by
    • “ Among more than 250,000 students who required the most mathematics remediation, only 16% completed those requirements in 3 years”
    1 in 8 is not good enough www.achievingthedream.org
  • Solving the problem
  • Piloting to Success http://www.flickr.com/photos/savannahgrandfather/3558136870/
  • 6 Soft Landing and Scaffolding RonAlmog • Free Cultural Works Approved Elmira College • Free Cultural Works Approved
  • Making a difference Patrick McAndrew, cc-by RonAlmog • Free Cultural Works Approved
  • Patrick McAndrew, cc-by
  • For more information about the grant visit b2s.aacc.edu