Pavel Sikorskii, Jeff Morford
The Right Math at the Right Time Task Force
The Right Math at the Right Time Task Force is a cross-institutional, state-wide group
of Michigan educators who are working to improve students' success in gateway mathematics
courses by aligning these courses across institutions, supporting program faculty in
choosing the right math pathway for their students, and promoting research based
solutions for mathematically underprepared students. This work is supported by the
Michigan Center for Student Success through a Dana Center grant and draws from successful
approaches sponsored by the Dana Center in other states. Please, come find out more
about the work of the group and its proposal for improving mathematics higher education
Presenter(s): Peter Carlson, Anna Cox, Bernard Cunningham, Jeff Morford,
This session will address:
Panelists: Peter Carlson, Anna Cox, Bernard Cunningham, Jeff Morford,
- Pathways designed to accelerate students' progress from developmental mathematics to a college-level course as replacements for the traditional Pre-algebra/Beginning Algebra/Intermediate Algebra route.
- Courses that reflect the mathematics pathways described in the Michigan Transfer Agreement.
- Pathways leading to alternatives to College Algebra that are aligned to targeted programs of study.
Organizer: Frances Lichtman
Math Literacy Without a Math Prerequisite
Mathematical Literacy For College Students
New Math Pathways
Jeff Morford teaches math at Henry Ford College. He has provided leadership in the
developmental area, led the Learning Lab at times during his tenure there. He is
currently interested in making sure students get the right math to succeed in their
programs in the shortest time possible.