Quantway 1®


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Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

ISBN: 978-1-50664-597-1

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About Quantway

Quantway is an accelerated alternative mathematics pathway that successfully enables students to complete their developmental math requirements in a single term. Quantway focuses on quantitative reasoning, engaging students in relevant and useful mathematics that they will use in their daily lives. It’s innovative curriculum is designed to support collaborative learning, and it includes resources to support non-cognitive or socio-emotional factors that affect student success. Quantway is taught using common curricula, assessments, and online platform, and innovative instructional approaches.


About the Network

These materials are a part of QUANTWAY®, A Pathway Through College-Level Quantitative Reasoning, which is a product of a Carnegie Networked Improvement Community that seeks to advance student success. The original version of this work, version 1.0, was created by The Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin under sponsorship of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. This version and all subsequent versions, result from the continuous improvement efforts of the Carnegie Networked Improvement Community. The network brings together community college faculty and staff, designers, researchers and developers. It is a research and development community that seeks to harvest the wisdom of its diverse participants through systematic and disciplined inquiry to improve developmental mathematics instruction.

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Table of Contents

Module 1: Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning

Module 2: Working with Data

Module 3: Algebraic Reasoning

Module 4: Creating and Using Models