Effects of a New Mastery Math Program on Northern Cheyenne College Student Attitudes and Performance: A Case Study of Northern Cheyenne Women
math instruction, mathematics, tribal college, women
The new National Science Foundation-funded math instruction program offered at Chief Dull Knife College, the tribal college of the Northern Cheyenne Nation, is designed to prevent students from dropping out of math classes. The new program provides students–most of whom are women–remedial and other support services to improve their scholastic performance and give them with the opportunity for continuing their post-secondary education. The project targets students who score below college- level math skills on math placement tests administered in the first semester they enroll.
Original Publication Citation
Effects of a New Mastery-based math Instructional Program on College Student Attitudes and Performance: A Case Study of Northern Cheyenne Women, Carol Ward,Sachiko Jensen and Raechel Lizon, presentation at the Women of the Mountains International Conference, UVSC, Orem, UT, March, 2007.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Ward, Carol; Jensen, Sachiko; and Lizon, Raechel, "Effects of a New Mastery Math Program on Northern Cheyenne College Student Attitudes and Performance: A Case Study of Northern Cheyenne Women" (2007). Faculty Publications. 3989.
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