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Topic: Information on New Models for Developmental Math (Pathways; New Life)
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RotmanJ

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Information on New Models for Developmental Math (Pathways; New Life)
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If you are interested, there is a quick summary of the two models (Pathways; New Life) on the blog at this address:? http://www.devmathrevival.net/?p=790 (http://www.devmathrevival.net/?p=790)
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The goal of this summary is to provide a quick view of the essential elements for Pathways (Statway, Quantway) and the New Life model.? In the case of New Life, the presentation includes an updated visual image of the model.
[The updated visual image might make it clearer how the New Life model interfaces with placement and the rest of the mathematics curriculum.]
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For details on the New Life model, see the wiki at http://dm-live.wikispaces.com (http://dm-live.wikispaces.com)
For additional background and presentations, see the blog at www.devmathrevival.net (http://www.devmathrevival.net)
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Jack Rotman
Professor, Mathematics Department
Lansing Community College
(517)483-1079?? rotmanj@lcc.edu (mailto:rotmanj@lcc.edu)
www.devmathrevival.net (http://www.devmathrevival.net)




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