Electronic Proceedings of the Twentythird Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsDenver, Colorado, March 1720, 2011Paper S104
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A Variety of Options Can Help Students Succeed in Math 
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A variety of options are sometimes offered to students in algebra to help increase the likelihood of course success, such as practice tests, correction of tests, test answer keys and makeup tests. This comparative research study examines how some slight variations on these options when used in combination with each other, can have a favorable impact on the overall rate of success for students in mathematics.
Keyword(s): college algebra, assessment, pedagogy