|The student will understand lines, including|
solving linear equations, the concept of slope,
the point-slope formula, and graphing of lines
|When the class is being assessed, the common|
final exams will include embedded questions to
assess whether the students have sufficiently
mastered the topic-specific learning goals.
Instructors will be responsible for tallying
their students performance on these questions,
and the developmental math coordinator will
provide an overall summary.
|The student will be familiar with basic|
operations involving exponents including
polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, and
|The student will be familiar with applications|
involving percents, ratios and proportions.
|Students will establish CUNY proficiency||The percentage of students passing each part of the COMPASS exam will be tracked|
When assessment activities are done, the results will be summarized in memorandum form and filed with the department chairperson for record keeping
Information obtained from assessment will be used to assess and self-reflect on the success of the course and to make any necessary changes to
improve teaching and learning effectiveness.