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ERIC Number: ED239916
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1979-Jul-10
Pages: 27
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Program Objectives for Non-College Preparatory Mathematics. [and] The Comprehensive Math Program: Helix High School.
Grossmont Union High School District, CA.
Learning objectives for the non-college preparatory mathematics program of the Grossmont Union High School District (California) and a description of the competency-based comprehensive mathematics program of Helix High School (Grossmont School District) are presented. An introduction to the Grossmont program objectives outlines the purpose and format of the objectives list. The objectives describe mathematics skills which are considered desirable for graduating students. One hundred sixteen objectives are organized into 20 categories, each of which contains between two and 12 objectives. The categories include basic operations, fractions, estimation, computation of interest, word problems, graphs, measurement, metrics, algebraic relationships, personal money management, statistics, calculators, and computers. A glossary of mathematics terms is included. The description of the Helix High School mathematics program, an accountability-based program which requires adequate understanding of course material before advancement to the next course, includes: (1) background on program development; (2) student placement considerations; (3) statistics on the number of students taking mathematics courses; (4) a description of the counseling program conducted by mathematics teachers; and (5) statistics on the improvement in student achievement resulting from the program. A matrix which relates the Grossmont program objectives to the Helix High School mathematics courses is included. (DC)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Grossmont Union High School District, CA.
Identifiers: PF Project
Note: Matrix of courses and mathematics objectives may not reproduce clearly.