NROC Algebra I (2011) and Developmental Math Courses Updated

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NROC Algebra I (2011) and Developmental Math courses have been updated in the NCLOR. The Developmental Math course was updated with 4 new units: Rational Expressions, Radical Expressions and Quadratic Equations, Functions, and Exponential and Logarithmic Functions. The course content is now available for browsing by complete unit (1-18) or by topic. This will help faculty find specific resources quickly and efficiently. Some link fixes to current resources and additional resource metadata were also included in this update.

NROC’s Developmental Math Program is designed to be used with students striving to meet college entrance requirements. The program has pre- and post-assessment features that help direct students to the content needed to close their proficiency gaps, and offers video, audio, interactive simulations, puzzles, and other instructional approaches that engage a variety of learning styles and attitudes. The NROC courses utilize various combinations of video, animation, still graphics, simulations, text and audio.

Finding Domain and Range screen shot

Learning Object “Finding Domain and Range” ( Screenshot of Development Math Course, Unit 17, Lesson 2, Topic 3)

Many of the Developmental Math and Algebra I resources have been tagged to the appropriate DMA 010-080 student learning outcomes.

Accessing Content: To find this content you can do any of the following:

  • Search by free text for: “DevMath” or “Algebra I (2011)”
  • Browse by NROC resource series: Navigate to the Browse by Resource Series area> click on the NROC series> Subject Area> Developmental Math or Algebra
  • Browse by NCCCS Combined Course Library: Click on Browse Course Subjects C – D > DMA -Developmental Mathematics.
  • Search by NCCCS Student Learning Outcome go to Search> Click on “Within” > choose NCCCS Student Learning Outcomes from the advanced search.

Important Note: Due to NROC license agreement this series is only available to NCCCS Faculty.

Posted on January 18, 2013, in Collection Update Posts and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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