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    Pearson's MyMathLab Earns Finalist Honors in 2010 SIIA CODiE Awards

    Online Homework and Tutorial Program Honored in Two Categories: Best Mathematics Instructional Solution, Best Postsecondary Instructional Solution Boston, MA,: April 16, 2010 — Pearson, a global leader in education, technology and services, today announced that: MyMathLab, the company’s groundbreaking online homework and tutorial program, has been selected as a finalist in the 2010 Software & Information Industry Association’s (SIIA) CODiE Awards. MyMathLab […]
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    Pearson’s MyMathLab Earns Finalist Honors in 2010 SIIA CODiE Awards

    Online Homework and Tutorial Program Honored in Two Categories: Best Mathematics Instructional Solution, Best Postsecondary Instructional Solution Boston, MA,: April 16, 2010 — Pearson, a global leader in education, technology and services, today announced that: MyMathLab, the company’s groundbreaking online homework and tutorial program, has been selected as a finalist in the 2010 Software & Information Industry Association’s (SIIA) CODiE Awards. MyMathLab […]
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    Pearson’s MyMathLab Algebra I and II Earns Top Honors in 2011 Software & Information Industry Association CODiE Awards

    Pearson’s Proven Online Homework and Assessment Program Wins Best Mathematics Instructional Solution New York, NY, June 08, 2011 — MyMathLab Algebra I and II, Pearson’s online homework and assessment program, is the winner of the 2011 Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) CODiE Award for Best Mathematics Instructional Solution. Established in 1986, the CODiE Awards honor outstanding achievement across the […]
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    Pearson’s MyMathLab Algebra I and II Earns Top Honors in 2011 Software & Information Industry Association CODiE Awards

    Pearson’s Proven Online Homework and Assessment Program Wins Best Mathematics Instructional Solution New York, NY, June 08, 2011 — MyMathLab Algebra I and II, Pearson’s online homework and assessment program, is the winner of the 2011 Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) CODiE Award for Best Mathematics Instructional Solution. Established in 1986, the CODiE Awards honor outstanding achievement across the […]
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    MyMathLab Finalist in 2011 Software & Information Industry Association CODiE Awards

    Innovative Online Homework and Assessment Program Recognized in Best Mathematics Instructional Solution Category Boston, MA, May 18, 2011 — MyMathLab Algebra I and II is a finalist in the prestigious 2011 Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) CODiE Awards. Pearson’s innovative online homework and assessment program is honored in the Best Mathematics Instructional Solution category. Established in 1986, the CODiE […]
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    Math Doesn’t Have to Be a Four Letter Word

    New report documents improved performance and cost savings using Pearson’s MyMathLab Boston, MA, April 6, 2011 — It’s a huge expense for colleges and universities already hampered by declining state education funds. And it’s a four letter word that strikes fear into the hearts of many students. What are we talking about? Math, of course–but it doesn’t have to be […]
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    MyMathLab Shows Success at U of M

    Memphis Daily News Feb. 1, 2012 Math professors at the University of Memphis are claiming some success in using math lab computer software to close achievement gaps among students. The nearly four years of work with the MyMathLab software focused on elementary calculus courses at the university and show pass rates increased 23 percent during that time. The MyMathLab software […]
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    Math Doesn’t Have to Be a Four Letter Word

    New report documents improved performance and cost savings using Pearson’s MyMathLab Boston, MA, April 6, 2011 — It’s a huge expense for colleges and universities already hampered by declining state education funds. And it’s a four letter word that strikes fear into the hearts of many students. What are we talking about? Math, of course–but it doesn’t have to be […]
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    Pearson Wins Three 2011 Software & Information Industry Association CODiE Awards

    Hospitality & Tourism Interactive, MyMathLab Algebra I and II, and Words Their Way Online Workshop Honored as the Best in the Industry New York, NY, May 26, 2011 — Acknowledging Pearson’s continued leadership in education technology innovation, the Software & Information Industry Association recognized three of the company’s online programs with prestigious 2011 CODiE Awards. Hospitality and Tourism Interactive, an […]
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    Pearson Wins Three 2011 Software & Information Industry Association CODiE Awards

    Hospitality & Tourism Interactive, MyMathLab Algebra I and II, and Words Their Way Online Workshop Honored as the Best in the Industry New York, NY, May 26, 2011 — Acknowledging Pearson’s continued leadership in education technology innovation, the Software & Information Industry Association recognized three of the company’s online programs with prestigious 2011 CODiE Awards. Hospitality and Tourism Interactive, an […]
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    Empower Your Students to Achieve Their Potential with MyMathLab

    Help your students achieve their potential with MyMathLab. Discover how MyMathLab can better prepare students and help them think more visually and conceptually in College Algebra, Precalculus and Trigonometry courses.
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  • Tennessee Community Colleges Take Innovative Approach to Remediate High School Math Students

    With so many students unprepared for college-level math courses and the resultant higher drop-out rates, Tennessee community colleges were looking for ways to help students better prepare for the rigors of college academics.
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    Accelerating Completion

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    MyMathLab: Students get helping link to mastering a daunting challenge of calculus

    Memphis Commercial Appeal – Jane Roberts TN 30-Jan Erika Northcutt, 18, has not had a math class since she was a junior in high school, more than two years ago. The freshman at the University of Memphis was anxious enough about college calculus that she considered changing her major. Nearly three weeks into the semester, her calculus homework scores are […]
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    Adaptive Learning in MyMathLab: A Student’s GPS to Success

    Diane has taught a wide range of courses at Reading CC. She has used MML for years and has implemented many new features in the classroom and developed best practices for Pearson. She has used the study plan for statistics, developmental math, and calculus for several years now and is a pro at how to deliver the adaptive study plan. […]
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    Pearson Math Efficacy Report Recognizes Educators and Institutions Using Personalized Learning Solutions to Improve Learner Outcomes

    White paper features data-driven case studies from two- and four-year institutions that improved student achievement in mathematics BOSTON, MA — August 19, 2014 — Pearson today released its “2014 Math Efficacy Report,” which recognizes the results of educators and institutions making enormous strides to improve learner outcomes in college and beyond. Colleges and universities that choose to address their academic […]
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    Unexpected Benefits of Redesigning a Course

    Back when America Online was the biggest Internet service provider in the market, what game was extremely popular and came free with Windows 95? Solitaire. Why was solitaire so popular on those dinosaur computers? Shuffling a deck of cards is so much easier for a computer than for a human. Moving cards from one location to another is so much […]
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    Higher Education Institutions Across the U.S. Achieve Measureable Student Success and Cut Costs Through Innovative Technology Programs

    Report Highlights Success of MyLab and Mastering Programs from Pearson how to get your boyfriend back Boston, November 12, 2012 — As higher education institutions across the U.S. face increasing economic and enrollment pressures, colleges and universities are seeking new ways to serve more students, while preparing them for the workplace. Many of these institutions are achieving measurable success through […]
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    Accelerating Readiness

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    Cycles of Learning: Discover, Engage, Reflect

    Join George Woodbury to learn about new ways to actively engage students. George will introduce the cycles of learning that he uses in his classes, along with how he uses digital tools to support these cycles. He has been a user of MyMathLab since inception, and continually comes up with creative ways to integrate his teaching methods with technology, including […]
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    Mooresville, North Carolina School District Announces Partnership with Pearson to Provide Online Curriculum for One-to-One Student Laptop Project

    Middle and High School Math Plus Credit Recovery and Advanced Placement Courses Now Part of District’s Technology-Driven Strategy for Student Success Mooresville, NC, August 04, 2011 — Mooresville Graded School District (MGSD), located in Mooresville, North Carolina, announced a partnership beginning this August with the education and technology company Pearson. Pearson will provide MGSD with its online MyMathLab curriculum and […]
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    Innovative Technology Programs Help Colleges Improve Achievement and Control Costs

    Report Highlights Success of Pearson’s MyLab and Mastering Programs BOSTON—November 28, 2011—As U.S. higher education faces unprecedented financial and enrollment pressures, colleges and universities are seeking ways to serve more students with fewer funds.  Many of these institutions are increasing student performance and cost savings by using innovative technology programs from Pearson, according to a new report.  The report documents […]
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    Pearson's MyLabsPlus Offers Powerful Teaching and Learning Support

    Enhanced Version of MyLabs and Mastering programs features more robust administrative and reporting tools, enhanced customer support Boston, MA,: February 16, 2010 — With more than 6 million student registrations in the last year alone, Pearson’s MyLabs and Mastering programs have transformed the learning process for millions of students around the globe. These online homework and tutorial programs personalize learning for […]
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    Pearson and Partners lead the conversation on Technology Innovation and Measurable Impact on Improved Learner Outcomes at ASU+GSV Summit 2015

    Presentations will include the Tennessee SAILS Developmental Math Success Story, which has been nominated as a Finalist for the 2015 Return on Education (ROE) Innovation Awards New York, NY — April 6, 2015 — Pearson today announced its presentation lineup for the ASU+GSV Summit 2015. The event will be held from April 6-8 at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale, AZ. Pearson’s Learning […]
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    Educators to Test-Drive Pearson’s Common Core State Standards Programs at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference

    iPads, Androids, Tablets to Showcase etexts, digital programs; Assessments and Professional Development to Ensure College and Career Readiness Indianapolis, IN, April 11, 2011 — The Indiana legislature is currently considering a bill that would move all classroom instruction completely digital by 2014. With that innovative push percolating as a backdrop, math educators from every corner of the nation are flooding […]
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    Computer Course has Big Success at University of Memphis

    Tennessee Tribune – AJ Dugger 22-Feb There has been significant improvements in the work of struggling math students with the aid of MyMathLab, an online program by Pearson. Pearson’s Greg Tobin said, “Every student tends to learn in their own way and at their own pace. Some students learn best when doing their homework at midnight. Some learn best when […]
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    Educators to Test-Drive Pearson's Common Core State Standards Programs at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference

    iPads, Androids, Tablets to Showcase etexts, digital programs; Assessments and Professional Development to Ensure College and Career Readiness Indianapolis, IN, April 11, 2011 — The Indiana legislature is currently considering a bill that would move all classroom instruction completely digital by 2014. With that innovative push percolating as a backdrop, math educators from every corner of the nation are flooding […]
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    Pearson Leads the 2010 SIIA CODiE Education Awards Competition With 13 Finalists

    Innovative Products to Personalize Learning Honored in Prestigious Education Technology Awards Program NEW YORK – Feb. 26, 2010 – Thirteen is a lucky number for Pearson! With 13 education finalists in the 2010 Software & Information Association (SIIA) CODiE Awards, the education, technology and services company leads the prestigious competition. Pearson’s innovative ed-tech solutions for schools, colleges and universities are […]
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    Pearson Supports Advanced Placement Summer Institute Training for Teachers

    Complimentary eTexts and MyLabs/Mastering Digital Resources Provided to Help Promote College- and Career Readiness For Students New York, NY, May 09, 2012 — Advanced Placement Summer Institutes, sponsored by the College Board, provide training for educators so they in turn can help students to master essential AP and college and career readiness skills, and acquire college credits while still in […]
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    Innovative eBook, Briggs/Cochran Calculus, Honored as Finalist in 2011 Software & Information Industry Association CODiE Awards

    Recognized in Best Mathematics Instructional Solution Category Boston, MA, April 25, 2011 — Briggs/Cochran Calculus, an innovative eBook from Pearson, is a finalist in the prestigious 2011 Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) CODiE Awards. The eBook is honored in the Best Mathematics Instructional Solution category. Established in 1986, the CODiE Awards celebrate outstanding achievement across the software, digital information […]
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    Math Talk That Builds Understanding: Explain, Justify and Validate

    As a group of professors, we often discuss ways to improve students’ engagement and mathematical understanding in our introductory mathematics courses. In 2012, we decided to re-design our courses using online technology. We chose to integrate MyLabsPlus version of MyMathLab, an online learning tool where students can practice mathematical concepts, access helpful resources, and get immediate feedback. As faculty members, […]
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    Professional Development and Continuing Education Units Offered at the International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics

    In March 2015, at the International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (ICTCM), the Pearson Efficacy Implementation team held workshops that offered Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for the first time. We caught up with Irene Doo, Efficacy Curriculum Development Manager at Pearson, to hear how everything went and plans for the future.   Q: How were your first workshops that […]
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    Overcoming Hurdles to Help Developmental Math Students Succeed

    Nearly 70% of students at South Arkansas Community College (SouthArk) need math remediation before entering college-level courses. SouthArk has a combination of traditional and nontraditional students, some are directly out of high school, some chose to work a couple years then decided to return, while others have not been to college for decades. With such a diverse group of students, […]
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    Isn’t a Course Redesign Supposed to Increase my Pass Rates?

    You’ve seen the numbers, schools that have drastically improved their pass rates after implementing an emporium model of teaching, some even going as high as doubling their pass rate. Well, when we first started our Math Emporium, we saw a 22% decrease in our pass rates! We knew long before we saw the numbers that things were not going well. […]
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    In Mathematics, Do Coincidences Just Happen?

    Just one month ago, many of us were thinking about picnics and fireworks. Some of us might have even been thinking about math in history, at least for a moment. One of my thoughts was that on July 4, 1826, former Presidents Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, who were once fellow patriots and then adversaries, died on the same day […]
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    New Mathways Project Connects Students to Their Future

    Math Pathways: From Obstacle to Opportunity For those who teach mathematics, it is a tragedy that our field is often the obstacle that prevents college students from achieving their goals. The Charles A. Dana Center, among others, is engaged in a national effort to change mathematics back into an opportunity for students by redesigning entry-level mathematics programs with math pathways. […]
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    Teaching Mathematics in Rich, Complex, and Realistic Contexts: Part 2

    Strategies to Use in the Classroom In the first blog post of this series, I talked about the need for students to develop critical thinking and literacy skills as a part of teaching mathematics within complex, realistic contexts. In this piece, I suggest strategies to use in the classroom to support students in developing these skills and share some resources […]
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    Teaching Mathematics in Rich, Complex, and Realistic Contexts: Part 1

    Making the Case Let’s admit it, we math instructors can be a bit touchy about defending the importance of our field. We are quick to bristle when people tell us they never use math. One of my standard replies is, “You use math all the time. You just don’t know you’re doing it.” Those of us who like math, are […]
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    Developing Critical Thinking through Reflection and Questioning

    Been thinking … about thinking. In psychology, we call this metacognition. While I’m grading tests, I’m thinking about how we develop critical thinking skills. Are some people just “born with it?” Or, do these skills develop because we study certain subjects or because we understand certain concepts? Can my students develop/improve their critical thinking skills by understanding and studying math? […]
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    The Art of Mathematics

    PBS recently aired a great documentary, The Great Math Mystery. If you haven’t seen it yet, it’s worth the time. The photography alone is amazing. In the producers’ quest to help us explore key ideas in mathematics history, nature, structure of the universe, and more, we are exposed to some beautiful fractals, graphics from the Hubble Space Telescope, and 3-D […]
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    Grammar Jammers Primary Edition Honored as Finalist in 2011 Software & Information Industry Association CODiE Awards

    Free K-5 App From Pearson Recognized in Best Mobile Education Solution Category Boston, MA, May 17, 2011 — Grammar Jammers Primary Edition, a free K-5 learning app, is a finalist in the prestigious 2011 Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) CODiE Awards. Developed to support Pearson’s research-based Scott Foresman Reading Street elementary school program, the grammar fundamentals app is honored […]
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    #1 Predictor of Student Success: The Guided Notebook

    Join author Kirk Trigsted as he discusses the #1 predictor of student success: The Guided Notebook. He will share best practices surrounding implementing this note-taking guide in his courses and how it has boosted results. Kirk will also discuss how his students get a deeper conceptual experience with his innovative eText with MyMathLab that involves a task list, videos, interactive […]
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    Pearson Leads the Software & Information Industry Association CODiE Awards With 18 Finalist Honors

    Company’s Digital Solutions for Personalizing Learning Recognized by Educator Judges NEW YORK – April 3, 2014 – For the fifth consecutive year, Pearson leads the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) CODiE Awards for Education with 18 finalists. The diverse array of K-20 programs honored includes proven digital technology solutions for schools, colleges and universities that transform outcomes for all learners. […]
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    MyMathTest Named Finalist in 2011 Software & Information Industry Association CODiE Awards

    Online Testing Tool for Assessing Students’ Math Skills Honored in Best Mathematics Instructional Solution Category Boston, May 16, 2011 — MyMathTest is a finalist in the prestigious 2011 Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) CODiE Awards. Pearson’s online testing tool that assesses students’ strengths and knowledge gaps and provides a personalized learning path in response is honored in the Best […]