Teams from 40 colleges and 10 states will travel to Santa Cruz, California, starting July 22nd to participate in Carnegie’s first National Forum on the community college mathematics pathways.
Working with Carnegie staff and faculty members who have already taught Statway™ and Quantway™, new teams will delve into the curriculum, get comfortable with the student online out-of-class platform, and dig deeper into how to implement new productive persistence activities and interventions into their teaching and remove language and literacy barriers. Experienced teams will be able to examine data from their classrooms and colleges and understand how to use the data to improve student success. They will talk through the expectations and benefits of being a part of the Carnegie Networked Improvement Communities, and they will get more comfortable with Carnegie’s online collaboration tools. I will be blogging throughout the Forum, so stay tuned.