Frameworks for Mathematics and Collegiate Learning is a semester-long course designed to help students develop the strategies and persistence necessary to succeed in college, particularly in mathematics courses, and in their careers and lives. It is a credit-bearing college-level course designed to help meet the immediate and long-term academic needs of students placed into developmental education courses.
Frameworks lessons are built around four themes:
- Building community and connecting to campus resources
- Developing and maintaining motivation for college success
- Developing and using effective study strategies and skills
- Finding direction in college
Free use of these curricular materials is made possible through support from the Texas Association of Community Colleges and funding from the Achieving the Dream Catalyst Fund. You are welcome to download and use these materials, either to implement the course as-is or to use the curriculum materials to enhance courses that already exist on your campus.