In this video, Andrea Levy, Statway instructor at Seattle Central Community College, discusses her strategies to provide developmental math students with the intellectual and emotional support they need to succeed.
Andrea is a founding faculty member in the Statway Networked Improvement Community and served as a mentor to new faculty members at the first Carnegie National Forum held July 2012 in Santa Cruz, California.
September 13, 2012
The essay “Building on Practical Knowledge" presents a third way to conduct research that incorporates practitioner knowledge using Networked Improvement Communities.
January 8, 2013
Carnegie's Pathways is helping students to succeed in developmental mathematics by developing tenacity and good strategies, the two main components of productive persistence.