February 26, 2019 | League for Innovation in the Community College Annual Conference
In this session, researchers presented promising findings from studies examining multiple measures for developmental course placement and math pathways reforms within the context of results from a national survey about developmental education practices.
Developmental education is not one-size-fits-all, and researchers across the country are examining the effectiveness of a variety of innovative approaches to remedial learning. These recent reports provide a snapshot of the latest major trends in developmental education reform and policy.
Source: Institute of Education Sciences Blog
Multiple Measures Placement Using Data Analytics: An Implementation and Early Impacts Report Webinar
November 30, 2018 | New York Student Success Center Webinar
Elisabeth Barnett described early results from CAPR’s experimental study of 13,000 students at seven New York community colleges who were randomly assigned to be placed using either standardized placement tests alone or multiple measures.
“I Learned How to Ask Questions When I’m in Doubt”: How Math Pathways Transformed One Student’s Relationship with Math
For students returning to college after a multiyear gap, the prospect of taking a mathematics course can be incredibly intimidating—but it doesn’t have to be. The Foundations of Mathematics course aims to transform the math experience by focusing on real-world problems, and for Gabriela Patino, a student at El Paso Community College, it made all the difference.
October 11, 2018 | SUNY Association of Chief Academic Officers Fall 2018 Conference
In this session, Elisabeth Barnett described why the use of multiple measures for assessment and placement is widely becoming viewed as superior to the use of placement tests alone.