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Program/Dept NameProfessional/Technical Math 100Date 10/23/2008Submitted by Ken Roberts
Program Objective: #1  The students will understand and apply concepts and principles of numbers and operations
2. Intended Outcome(s)13. Criteria or Target4. Comparison25. Assessment Methods or Tools6. When/How Assessment will be AccomplishedStudents completing this course will have skills in Problem Solving, Communication, Reasoning, and Connections of mathematics to support all professional/technical programs where needed.
Target = students taking the math 100 classes should retain 70% or a grade of C for the materials needed to obtain these outcomes.
Criteria = The core material represents the knowledge, skills, and abilities of students to:
Recognize, apply the principles, and demonstrate understanding in using equivalent representations of numbers (e.g., fractions, decimals, and percent).These criteria are also compatible with the teaching and learning mathematics as described by the Math department and the National Council of Teachers in Mathematics.
All assessments will be :
Comprehensive, using inquiry methods and applied mathematics skills.
All assessments will be :
Given by oral questions, in written form, computer aided or by student selfassessment during class time.
Program Objective: # 2  Students will understand and apply concepts and procedures of measurement.
2. Intended Outcome(s)13. Criteria or Target4. Comparison25. Assessment Methods or Tools6. When/How Assessment will be AccomplishedStudents completing this course will have skills in Problem Solving, Communication, Reasoning, and Connections of mathematics to support all professional/technical programs where needed.
Target = students taking the math 100 classes should retain 70% or a grade of C for the materials needed to obtain these outcomes.
Criteria = The core material represents the knowledge, skills, and abilities of students to:
Demonstrate an understanding and solve problems involving the U.S. or metric systems, and scale of measurement (e.g., the concepts of perimeter, area, and volume).
All assessments will :
Have courseembedded assessment questions in class time, group work, observations, quizzes, projects, and exams.
All assessments will be :
In the various forms taken during and after the completion of a unit of instruction, managed by the instructor or with the aid of computer.
Program Objective: # 3 The students will be able to understand concepts and principles of geometry and solve related problems.
2. Intended Outcome(s)13. Criteria or Target4. Comparison25. Assessment Methods or Tools6. When/How Assessment will be AccomplishedStudents completing this course will have skills in Problem Solving, Communication, Reasoning, and Connections of mathematics to support all professional/technical programs where needed
Target = students taking the math 100 classes should retain 70% or a grade of C for the materials needed to obtain these outcomes.
Criteria = The core material represents the knowledge, skills, and abilities of students to:
Demonstrate an understanding of fundamental concepts of geometry (e.g., properties of points, lines, planes, angles) to solve problems involving two and threedimensional figures.
All assessments will be :
For each given set of objectives, and will be directly linked to the expected learning outcomes.
Scored using a standard rubric, which supports the intended outcomes. At the end of a quarter a comprehensive final, student evaluations, and grades given will be given and reviewed.
Program Objective: # 4 The students will be able to apply mathematical reasoning, problemsolving, and communication skills.
2. Intended Outcome(s)13. Criteria or Target4. Comparison25. Assessment Methods or Tools6. When/How Assessment will be AccomplishedStudents completing this course will have skills in Problem Solving, Communication, Reasoning, and Connections of mathematics to support all professional/technical programs where needed
Target = students taking the math 100 classes should retain 70% or a grade of C for the materials needed to obtain these outcomes.
Criteria = The core material represents the knowledge, skills, and abilities of students to:
Identify missing or extraneous information in mathematical problems to draw conclusions and make predictions.
Translate among the various ways of communicating mathematical information (e.g., words, equations, graphs, diagrams).All assessments will
Require the students to communicate in appropriate mathematical format for a given task.
All assessments will be:
To insure assessments are compatible with the consist teaching and learning of mathematics applied
Program Objective: #5  The students will understand concepts and principles of algebra and solve related problems.
2. Intended Outcome(s)13. Criteria or Target4. Comparison25. Assessment Methods or Tools6. When/How Assessment will be Accomplished
Students completing this course will have skills in Problem Solving, Communication, Reasoning, and Connections of mathematics to support all professional/technical programs where needed
Target = students taking the math 100 classes should retain 70% or a grade of C for the materials needed to obtain these outcomes.
Criteria = The core material represents the knowledge, skills, and abilities of students to:
Demonstrate understand, recognize, simplify, and solve linear and translate equations or inequalities involving one variable.
All assessments will have:
Skill testing questions which are embedded into regular course work, which will analyze their knowledge of a given unit.
All assessments will be:
Scored using a standard rubric, which supports the intended outcomes.
Program Objective: #6  The students will understand concepts and principles of statistics and solve related problems.
2. Intended Outcome(s)13. Criteria or Target4. Comparison25. Assessment Methods or Tools6. When/How Assessment will be Accomplished
Students completing this course will have skills in Problem Solving, Communication, Reasoning, and Connections of mathematics to support all professional/technical programs where needed
Target = students take the math 100 classes should retain 70% or a grade of C for the materials needed to obtain these outcomes.
Criteria = The core material represents the knowledge, skills, and abilities of students to:
Demonstrate an understanding of fundamental statistical concepts.
Identify appropriate ways to collect, organize, display and interpret data displayed in various formats.
All assessments will be :
Assisted daily and at set periods of instruction or units.
All assessments will be :
Supported by scientific, graphing calculators or a computer program for certain problems.
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