Less than half of the students in the United States graduate from high school and are ready to take college-level math courses. Many years and varieties of remedial math programs have failed to dramatically improve outcomes, especially at scale. The question we face is whether technology in general, and open educational resources in particular, might offer some solutions for improving math scores across the nation. Herein, we describe the work of the Monterey Institute for Technology and Education, and specifically the design and early evidence of impact of their multimedia Algebra and Developmental Math resources. We believe that the structure and function of these open educational resources can effectively meet the diverse needs of the nation's math teachers and learners, perhaps paving the way to more personalized teaching and learning practices.
Architecture and Impact of an Open, Online, Remixable, and Multimedia-Rich Algebra 1 Course
Volume, Issue - Date:Volume 16, Issue 5 - October 2012
Oganization:Monterey Institute for Technology and Education
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OER, remediation, developmental math, remixable, multimedia