Date of Graduation
College of Education and Human Services
Curriculum & Instruction/Literacy Studies
This dissertation documents the redesign of a developmental mathematics program at a rural community college and compares the course pass rates between the redesigned courses and the traditional lecture-based courses. A design and developmental methodology was used to chronicle changes to outcomes, learning environment, instructor role, and curricular practices over four course offerings that occurred over three semesters. Effectiveness of these changes was used to continually make corrections to the course structure, and make a case to expand the redesign of the course to the entire developmental mathematics program.
Angeline, Mary Beth, "Transformation of a Pre-Algebra Developmental Mathematics Course that Led to the Redesign of the Developmental Mathematics Program at a Rural Community College" (2015). Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports. 5110.