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Math 301/302/303 SLO Assessments: MATH-301 Submitted by: R-EUREKA\Mike-Butler Instructor(s): Amber Buntin, Chris Panza, Michael Butler, Steve Jackson Outcome Assessed: 1 - Demonstrate the skills required to pass the placement exam which will allow the student to enroll in the proper level of mathematics. This will be assessed at the end of each module. These assessments will include operations with rational numbers; solving Findings/Results : Placement Retake Results: Math 380 students (301):Using CR math assessment tool 21/30, 25/30, 24/30. All placed into Math 380. One student took the Accuplacer math test and tested into 380. Placement results indicate that the course is achieving it's stated goal of placing students into the appropriate level math course. Survey Results: QUESTION (1) Why did you enroll in this course? (a) to prepare to take the mathematics placement exam (b) to review the material before entering my next registered math course (c) other: Of the eight responses to question (1), five were taking the course to review for the next math course and three were taking it to prepare for the placement test. QUESTION (2) Do you feel better prepared for either the placement exam or your next math course? (a) Yes (b) No Of the eight responses to question (2) all eight responded YES indicating that the course is serving the students as intended. Assessment Tools: Math Review Course Survey Summer 2012 1. Why did you enroll in this course? (a) to prepare to take the mathematics placement exam (b) to review the material before entering my next registered math course (c) other: 2. Do you feel better prepared for either the placement exam or your next math course? (a) Yes (b) No Rubric: The course consists of six Module Completion Quizzes that were used to assess: operations with rational numbers, solving algebraic equations, and basic geometry. Samples of the quizzes can be found at http://mathrev.redwoods.edu/mathjam/toc.php?r=301&s=pu blic A survey was given at the end of the course and first two questions address part of the SLO for the course: Demonstrate the skills required to pass the placement exam which will allow the student to enroll in the proper level of mathematics. Course MATH-302 Submitted by: R-EUREKA\Mike-Butler Instructor(s): Amber Buntin, Chris Panza, Michael Butler, Steve Jackson Outcome Assessed: 1 - Demonstrate the skills required to pass the placement exam which will allow the student to enroll in the proper level of mathematics. This will be assessed at the end of each module. These assessments will include solving linear equations; graphing linear Findings/Results : Placement Retake Results: Math 120 students (302): Of the two students that took the CR placement exam the scores were 24/30 and 23/30 allowing them both to enroll into Math 120. Placement results indicate that the course is achieving it's stated goal of placing students into the appropriate level math course. Survey Results: QUESTION (1) Why did you enroll in this course? (a) to prepare to take the mathematics placement exam (b) to review the material before entering my next registered math course (c) other: Of the seven responses to question (1), one was taking the course to review for the next math course and six were taking it to prepare for the placement test. QUESTION (2) Do you feel better prepared for either the placement exam or your next math course? (a) Yes (b) No Of the seven responses to question (2) all seven responded YES indicating that the course is serving the students as intended. Assessment Tools: Math Review Course Survey Summer 2012 1. Why did you enroll in this course? (a) to prepare to take the mathematics placement exam (b) to review the material before entering my next registered math course (c) other: 2. Do you feel better prepared for either the placement exam or your next math course? (a) Yes (b) No Rubric: The course consists of six Module Completion Quizzes that were used to assess: solving linear equations, graphing linear equations, polynomials and factoring and, simplifying radical expressions. Samples of the quizzes can be found at http://mathrev.redwoods.edu/mathjam/toc.php?r=302&s=pu blic A survey was given at the end of the course and first two questions address part of the SLO for the course: Demonstrate the skills required to pass the placement exam which will allow the student to enroll in the proper level of mathematics. Course MATH-303 Submitted by: R-EUREKA\Mike-Butler Instructor(s): Amber Buntin, Chris Panza, Michael Butler, Steve Jackson Outcome Assessed: 1 - Demonstrate the skills required to pass the placement exam which will allow the student to enroll in the proper level of mathematics. This will be assessed at the end of each module. These assessments will include linear equations and inequalities in one Findings/Result s: Placement Retake Results: Transfer Level students (303): Using CR math assessment tool the scores were: 25/30, 25/30, 27/30, 25/30. All placed into Transfer Level Math. Placement results indicate that the course is achieving it's stated goal of placing students into the appropriate level math course. Survey Results: QUESTION (1) Why did you enroll in this course? (a) to prepare to take the mathematics placement exam (b) to review the material before entering my next registered math course (c) other: Of the eight responses to question (1), four were taking the course to review for the next math course, three were taking it to prepare for the placement test, and one was taking it because I needed a credit for elgibility . QUESTION (2) Do you feel better prepared for either the placement exam or your next math course? (a) Yes (b) No Of the eight responses to question (2) all eight responded YES indicating that the course is serving the students as intended. Assessment Tools: Math Review Course Survey Summer 2012 1. Why did you enroll in this course? (a) to prepare to take the mathematics placement exam (b) to review the material before entering my next registered math course (c) other: 2. Do you feel better prepared for either the placement exam or your next math course? (a) Yes (b) No Rubric: The course consists of six Module Completion Quizzes that were used to assess: linear equations and inequalities in one variable; logic; functions; quadratic and polynomial functions; review of rational functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; radical functions.. Samples of the quizzes can be found at http://mathrev.redwoods.edu/mathjam/toc.php?r=303&s=pub lic A survey was given at the end of the course and first two questions address part of the SLO for the course: Demonstrate the skills required to pass the placement exam which will allow the student to enroll in the proper level of mathematics.