Disseminating Results

Conference Papers and Presentations:

Pearce, L.R., Pearce, K.L., Siewert, D., & Card, C. (2013). The predictability of student attribute and instructional milieu on success in developmental math.  Joint Mathematical Association of America and American Mathematical Society Conference; San Diego, CA.


Card, C., Siewert, D., Pearce, L., & Pearce, K., (2013).  Transforming developmental mathematics classes.  Rocky Mountain Section of the Mathematical Association of America Annual Spring Meeting; Alamosa, CO.


Card, C., Siewert, D. Pearce, L., & Pearce, K., (2013).  Developmental math as a gateway, not a gatekeeper.  MathFest – Annual Summer Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America;  Hartford, CT.


Card, C., Siewert, D., Pearce, L., & Pearce, K., (2013).  Transforming developmental mathematics classes.  MathFest – Annual Summer Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America;  Hartford, CT.


Card, C., Siewert, D., Pearce, L., & Pearce, K., (2014).  Transforming math education in developmental classes.  Hawaii International Conference on Education;  Honolulu, HI.


Possible model replication visits:

Briar Cliff University - Sioux City, Iowa; May, 2013

  • Meeting with Mathematics Department
    • Briefly discussed our project and answered questions about our work.
  • Presentation to general faculty meeting
    • Presentation discussed structural changes to developmental math classes, our multi-tiered system of supports model, the evidenced-based practices using in the classrooms, path model, early regression results, and some longitudinal results.
  • Luncheon meeting with Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, VP for Student Affairs, Registrar, Chair of Math Department, and Director of General Education.
    • Q & A. Further discussion on details of implementation and resources required.
  • Participated in a brainstorming session to generate ideas that could be implemented at Briar Cliff University.

Mathematics Department at Colorado State University – Pueblo; Pueblo, CO; November, 2013

  • Lunch Meeting with Department Chair
    • Briefly discussed our project, what they were currently doing in their developmental classes, what changes they were looking to make (desired outcomes), and what their constraints were.
  • Presentation to Mathematics Faculty and Student Success Center staff
    • Presentation discussed structural changes to developmental math classes, our multi-tiered system of supports model, the evidenced-based practices used in the classrooms, path model, early regression results, and early longitudinal results.
  • Meeting with Department Chair and Developmental Math Leaders
    • Q & A.  Further discussion on details of implementation and resources required.
  • Dinner Meeting with College Dean, Dept. Chair, and Developmental Math Leaders
    • Q & A.  Further discussion on course content, instructional practices, and results.

Mathematics Department at Western State Colorado University; Gunnison, CO; November, 2013

  • Meeting with Department Chair
    • Briefly discussed our project, what they were currently doing in their developmental classes, what their current plans were for courses under their mandate of offering co-requisite classes.
  • Presentation to Mathematics Faculty followed by Q & A
    • Presentation discussed structural changes to developmental math classes, our multi-tiered system of supports model, the evidenced-based practices using in the classrooms, path model, early regression results, and some longitudinal results.