Fall 2018 Math Co-Requisite Workshop

On November 7-8, 2018 some 65 participants from 16 Washington community and technical colleges (plus Eastern Washington University) joined several national experts and facilitators provided by the UT Austin Charles Dana Center in a 2-day workshop focused on a “deep-dive” exploration of math co-requisite model implementation–specific examples, logistics, successes, challenges, etc.

Washington Co-Req Agenda_

Morning Packet

It was a working session for the college teams in attendance; as one example, teams were asked to prepare and share posters documenting their current (or planned) pathways work with a co-requisite connection; here’s a great example from Clark College:

Clark College – Washington Co-Requisite Mathematics Presentation_v11-6-2018

Participants were also provided with a variety of examples syllabi from different co-requisite approaches at colleges across the country; here are just a few:

Cohort Cuyamaca Statistics

Co-mingled Statistics_daily_calendar_Roane

MATH 1473 Quantitative Reasoning Syllabus Template Tulsa Community College

Colleges committed to implementing co-requisite approaches in math at some scale; moving forward the Dana Center will be providing some technical assistance over the rest of 2018-19 and into the fall 2019 quarter, with the possibility of holding another in fall 2019 for the colleges unable to attend this one. We’ll post updates on this web site, so stay tuned!

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