We’re so glad that you’re working to expand the wide world of OER Quantitative Reasoning materials. As you know, math is a very rewarding subject to teach, as it can be approached so many ways. This variety means that though many OER materials already exist for Quantitative Reasoning , there’s no one-size-fits-all solution in place. Even if you find a template course you admire, you’re likely to need to do at least some customization to fit your school, your program, and your students.
SUNY OER Services Courses
SUNY OER Services offers several template courses, supported by Lumen Learning, that can serve as starting points for your own development. You can mix, match, and adapt anything from the courses below quite easily.
These math courses are supported by Lumen Learning’s Online Homework Manager (OHM), an online OER homework system that provides algorithmically-generated problems and immediate feedback to help students practice and master math concepts.
When you click the link for full OHM courses, please use guest as the username, no password is required.
|Lippman Math in Society – .doc, .pdf, purchase||Full course in OHM, online homework, written assignments, video support||Topics covered in the course include problem solving, voting theory, graph theory, growth models, finance, data collection and description, and probability.|
|Lumen Learning – Pressbooks – developed for delivery in your LMS||Discussions, video support||Topics covered in the course include problem solving, voting theory, graph theory, growth models, finance, data collection and description, and probability.|
|Original Quantway||Student Lessons, Instructor Lessons, course in OHM under dev. available upon request|
If you’d like to utilize any of the above resources in your own classroom, you’re welcome to
- link directly to them in your learning management system (LMS)
- copy and paste these materials into any format you’d like (a page in your LMS or a Word document, etc.). Include the copyright information and attribute the source as needed
- print out materials and distribute them in your classroom. Include the copyright information and attribute the source as needed
- talk with SUNY OER Services about integrating them into your LMS
- talk with SUNY OER Services about collecting them in a bound, printed version to provide through your campus bookstore