1 Pathway through Admission and College-level Courses Lindsay S English Dean, Academic Affairs, Metropolitan Campus Serita McGunia Assistant Professor, Mathematics, Metropolitan Campus Trista Powers Assistant Professor, English, Metropolitan Campus
2 Overview College Admission and Assessment Process COMPASS cut-off scores Curriculum Standards/Ohio Board of Regents Curriculum Development Process English Benchmarks (college-level) Mathematics Benchmarks (college-level)
3 Admission and Assessment Open Access (HS Diploma or GED, 18 years of age) Application, Official Transcript/documentation Apply for Financial Aid (FAFSA) Admission granted, Student # provided Mandatory test-prep workshop (in-person, online) Take English and mathematics assessment (COMPASS) Attend New Student Orientation (in-person, online) Register for first semester
4 Test-Prep, COMPASS assessment Test-Prep: 2 hour workshop, prefer in-person Purpose and importance of test, refresher, sample questions COMPASS: Untimed, computer based, reactive English (reading and writing) Mathematics (algebra, pre-algebra) Computer calculator is available
5 Developmental Education vs. College-Level English Mathematics 0960 Reading 0910 Basic Arithmetic/Pre- Algebra 0980 Language Fund. I 0950 Beginning Algebra I 0990 Language Fund. II 0960 Beginning Algebra II 1010 College Comp 1250 Contemporary Mathematics 1270 Intermediate Algebra 1020 College Comp 1141 Applied Algebra
6 College-level English
7 College Composition Courses English 1010: College Composition I English 1020: College Composition II
8 ENG 1010: College Composition I Course Objectives/Outcomes The following content is from the English 1010 (College Composition I) official course outline: Read, interpret, and analyze, both verbally and in writing, various kinds of texts that may include but are not limited to nonfiction essays, articles, reports, literature, advertisements, photographs, other forms of visual art, and videos..write compositions using appropriate rhetorical strategies that may include but are not limited to summary, analysis, report, reflection, narration, proposal, persuasion, and argumentation, with opportunities for response and revision ( Official Course Outline ). Source: Cuyahoga Community College. Official Course Outline.
9 ENG 1010: College Composition I Course Outcomes/Objectives (continued) Apply proofreading, editing, and revising techniques to all writing assignments and written communication (Official Course Outlines). Source: Cuyahoga Community College. Official Course Outline.
10 ENG 1020: College Composition II Course Outcomes/Objectives The following information is from the official course outline for English 1020 (College Composition II): Read, interpret, and analyze, both verbally and in writing, various kinds of texts that may include but are not limited to nonfiction essays, articles, reports, literature, advertisements, photographs, other forms of visual art, and videos.write compositions utilizing research and appropriate rhetorical strategies that may include but are not limited to summary, analysis, report, reflection, narration, proposal, persuasion, argumentation at a higher level of proficiency--building on the foundations of the first composition course--with opportunities for response and revision ( Official Course Outline ). Source: Cuyahoga Community College. Official Course Outline.
11 English Developmental Education
12 Student Profiles English Bridge Fall 2011 # % Fall 2012 # % Took Placement Test 4, % Took Placement Test 3, % Placed into English % Placed into English % Placed into English % Placed into English % Placed into English ,805 42% Placed into English ,079 29% Placed into English Bridge 337 9% Placed into College English 1,493 35% Placed into College English 1,598 43% Placed into Dev Ed 2,767 65% Placed into Dev Ed 1,757 48% Didn't Place into Dev Ed 1,493 35% Didn't Place into Dev Ed 1,935 52% Just because we re behind doesn t mean we re going to fail
13 Student Profiles Dev Ed English 51% % of Students Who Pass English 0980 by # of Attempts First Attempt - Fall 2006 N=609 40% 7% 1% 0.3% 1st Attempt 2nd Attempt 3rd Attempt 4th Attempt 5th Attempt Never Passed
14 Developmental Education: English 0960: Reading Improvement English 0980: Language Fundamentals I English 0990: Language Fundamentals II English Initiatives: English 0900: Transition to College English English 1010/English 1000 ALP Model
15 ENG 0990: Language Fundamentals II Course Outcomes/Objectives The following content is from the official course outline for English 0990 (Language Fundamentals II): A. Utilize productive study habits and effective test taking strategies to succeed in college courses..b. Analyze college-level texts, essays, and other materials.c. Write essays and assignments utilizing rhetorical strategies and apt support ( Official Course Outline ). Source: Cuyahoga Community College. Official Course Outline.
16 Sources/Works Cited Cuyahoga Community College. Official Course Outlines. (Data PowerPoint Slide: Student-Profiles English Bridge and Student Profiles-Dev Ed English) Hanley, Amanda, Justin Miller and Jennifer Spielvogel. Most Likely to Succeed..Profiles of Successful Students at Cuyahoga Community College. Tri-C Fall Convocation
17 Mathematics Developmental Education Presented by Serita McGunia Assistant Professor, Mathematics
18 Student Profiles Math Bridges Fall 2011 # % Fall 2012 # % Took Placement Test 4, % Took Placement Test 3, % Placed into Math ,285 52% Placed into Math ,534 41% Placed into Math ,456 33% Placed into Math % Placed into Math % Placed into Math % Placed into Math Bridges % Placed into College Math 327 8% Placed into College Math % Placed into Dev Ed 4,029 92% Placed into Dev Ed 3,382 90% Didn't Place into Dev Ed 327 8% Didn't Place into Dev Ed % Most Likely to Succeed Profiles of Successful Students at Cuyahoga Community College Hanley, Miller, Spielvogel
19 Student Profiles Graduates Cumulative % who Graduate by Math Placement and # of Terms Enrolled 22% 14.6% 10.2% 5.9% MATH 0910 MATH 0950 MATH 0980 College MATH Most Likely to Succeed Profiles of Successful Students at Cuyahoga Community College Hanley, Miller, Spielvogel
20 Math 0910 Basic Arithmetic/Pre-Algebra Course Description Review of basic arithmetic and introduction to algebraic concepts. Basic review of whole numbers and decimals, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions, order of operations, ratio and proportion, percents, the United States and metric systems of measurement and estimation. Introduction to integers and simple linear equations and some definitions in geometry. Includes applications and activities to build skills in estimation, problem solving, and study techniques.
21 Math 0950 Beginning Algebra I Course Description First of two-semester sequence. Includes order of operations, properties of real numbers, basic algebraic operations linear equations, rectangular coordinate system, graphs of linear equations and linear systems. Includes applications and activities to build skills in problem solving.
22 Math 0960 Beginning Algebra II Course Description Second of two semester sequence. Includes simplification and basic operations on polynomials, exponents, factoring, rational expressions, radicals, and quadratic equations. Includes applications and activities to build skills in problem solving.
23 Mathematics College-level
24 Math 1250 Contemporary Mathematics Course Description o Contemporary mathematics as it applies to today's world. o Includes modeling and solving real life problems from behavioral, managerial, and social sciences. o Includes linear programming and management science, probability and statistics, biological and financial growth, and mathematics of social choice.
25 Math 1270 Intermediate Algebra Course Description o Builds on basic algebra concepts. o Topics include linear and quadratic equations, radicals and rational exponents, rational equations, polynomial, rational, compound, and exponential and logarithmic functions and an introduction to functions and elementary transformations.
26 Math 1141 Applied Algebra and Mathematical Reasoning Course Description o Applications and activities to build problem solving and mathematical modeling skills. o Includes metric system, formula manipulation, graphs and their interpretation, solving algebraic equations and systems, functions, algebraic expressions (rational, radical and exponential), introduction to geometry, descriptive statistics and probability distributions
27 Cuyahoga Community College Mathematics Curriculum Flowchart CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM FLOWCHART Red - Developmental Courses Effective Fall 2013 Effective Fall 2013 Blue Transfer Courses Black Associate Degree Courses Math Literacy for College Students Math 0990 (4) Basic Arith/Pre-Algebra Math 0910 (3) Algebraic and Quantitative Reasoning Survey of Mathematics** Math 1060 (3) Intensified Beginning Algebra Math 0980 (5) Beginning Algebra I Math 0950 (4) Beginning Algebra II Math 0960 (4) Mastering Math 0950 Math 0850 (2) Optional co-enrollment Contemporary Mathematics Math 1250 (4) Applied Algebra and Math Reasoning Intermediate Algebra Math 1270 (4) Advanced Intermediate Algebra Math 1280 (5) Elem Probability - Stat I Math 1410 (3) Math for Elm/Mid Sch Teach I Math 1370 (4) Mod Math for Bus/Soc Sci I Math 1470 (4) Trigonometry Math 1510 (3) College Algebra Math 1521 (4) Elem Probability - Stat II Math 1420 (3) Math for Elm/ Mid Sch Teach II Math 1380 (4) Mod Math for Bus/Soc Sci II Math 1480 (4) Bus Prob/Stat I Math 1490 (3) Calculus I Math 1610 (5) Precalculus Math Bus Prob/Stat II Math 1500 (3) Calculus II Math 1620 (5) Discrete Math Math 2010 (4) Calculus III Math 2310 (4) The prerequisite for Calculus I (Math 1610) is either Pre-calculus (Math 1580) or BOTH Trigonometry (Math 1510 or Math 151H) and College Algebra (Math 1521 or Math 152H) Also available as an Honors course. If interested, please consult the Mathematics Department. ** Math 1060 only transfers to selected colleges. See a counselor for details. Introduction to Linear Algebra Math 2410 (3) Differential Equations Math 2520 (3)
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