MAPLE: Mastery Achievement Personalized Learning Engagement

Developmental Math

The MAPLE format requires 80% Mastery Achievement of each topic and will employ Personalized Learning which will increase student Engagement with the material and the instructor.

MAPLE: Mastery Achievement Personalized Learning EngagementAll students will begin by taking an initial assessment over numerous concepts. If the student shows mastery on this overall assessment, the student will be allowed to take an assessment on another set of concepts without completing assignment covering those topics. If the student does not show mastery on this group of topics, they will take assessments on smaller groups of topics. If the student shows 80% mastery on an assessment on a topic, the student will be allowed to continue to the next topic immediately. If a student scores less than 80% on a topic, the student will be required to do the lesson for that topic and take another assessment. The student must continue working on the topic until an 80% or higher is scored on the assessment.

Benefits to the student

  • Ability to complete all Developmental Math courses in as little as one semester, thus saving the student time and money
  • Ability for the student to master topics that will be required to successfully complete College Level Math courses
  • Ability for the student to bypass topics mastered in previous courses, thus allowing time for new topics
  • Ability to access learning materials 24/7
  • Ability for the student to continue the course the next term at the topic last completed, if a minimum amount of topics are mastered
  • Ability for the student to attend alternate class times in addition to their scheduled time
  • Ability for the student to receive one-on-one attention from instructors each class meeting

Developmental sections available for MAPLE format in Spring 2014 are

A Session: 1M0, 1M1, 1M2, 1M3, 1M4, 1M5, 1M6, 1M7, 1M8, 1M9, 5M1, 5M2

J Session: 625, 626

Questions regarding MAPLE program

Please contact Donna Densmore at ddensmore@bpcc.edu.