Carnegie puts Quantway online

Carnegie’s new approach to remedial math is going online. NovoEd and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching will offer a free online short course called Numbers for Life. It includes four lessons from Carnegie’s Quantway®.

These lessons will develop your understanding of common numbers often found in the news, on advertisements, and online.  You will see how numbers play important roles in arguments you hear about daily like issues such as gun control, smoking, pollution, and heart attacks.  And by the end of this course, you’ll be able to use numbers to communicate your ideas.

. . . The goal of the Quantway® is to help you learn things that you can actually use in life–not so you can memorize it for a test and then forget it. In fact, by the end of this course, you’ll be able to create a final project that uses numbers to prove a point to anyone who sees it.

Seventy percent of students placed in a traditional remedial math course never complete the course. Community college students taking Quantway® tripled the success rate in half the time, according to Carnegie.


POSTED BY Joanne Jacobs ON October 2, 2013

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