Technology Enhanced Redesign of Mathematics (TERM)


What you can expect from your TERM course
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To pass the course, students must demonstrate mastery of the 10 modules by passing the module quizzes, comprehensive tests, and final exam. 

Flexibility

Students can work as fast as they able, to complete the course. Some students complete more than one course in a semester. There is a minimum pace that has set deadlines for students to meet, however.

Computer-based Learning

Mathematical content instruction and homework is delivered via the web-based software MyMathLab, which includes an e-text (no need to purchase a textbook), video instruction, homework exercises, and tests.

Interactive Group Instruction

Each class meets one day a week in a classroom with an instructor. The first part of the class time is devoted to interactive group instruction designed to help students find success in learning mathematics. The remaining class time is for individual work and consultations with the instructor. Students also benefit from forming study teams and working collaboratively.

Tutoring Support

Instead of meeting for additional class periods each week, students work in the Hub – a computer lab specifically serving TERM students. Tutors and instructors provide personalized assistance as students study and learn math.  Students may need to use tutoring assistance beyond the required, 100 minutes, Hub time to complete one module each week. Students learn better by discussing mathematics with a classmate, tutor and/or instructor.

Computerized Testing

Students are provided with three attempts to pass (at 70%) each module quiz and comprehensive test. Quizzes and tests are taken in the Hub Testing Centers. A Wildcard ID is needed to use the Hub Testing Center. 

Fast Track
Students have the option of testing out of a module instead of doing the homework and quiz for the module. This is a great benefit for students who place in developmental math courses, but already know some of the concepts. Click HERE for more information.

Free Math Credit

The individualized structure of TERM allows students to work ahead of schedule. A student can complete two (or three) courses in one semester and are not required to pay tuition for the second (or third) courses completed within one semester.

Fall Courses
***an R in the "Days" column means Thursday.

CRN Crse Cmp Title Days Time Instructor Location
21541 950 WSU Pre-algebra M 07:30 pm-08:20 pm Pincock LI 031
23881 950 WSU Pre-algebra M 11:30 am-12:20 pm Rich LL 224
21539 950 WSU Pre-algebra R 05:30 pm-06:20 pm Webster LI 031
21550 950 WSU Pre-algebra R 08:30 am-09:20 am Poore LI 138
23886 950 WSU Pre-algebra R 09:30 am-10:20 am TBA LL 229
23873 950 WSU Pre-algebra R 12:30 pm-01:20 pm TBA LL 224
21586 950 WSD Pre-algebra T 06:30 pm-07:20 pm Sjoblom D02 235
21554 950 WSW Pre-algebra T 08:30 am-09:20 am Jones WW 103
21581 950 WSD Pre-algebra T 09:30 am-10:20 am Baker D02 235
24034 950 WSU Pre-algebra T 09:30 am-10:20 am Rich LL 229
21537 950 WSU Pre-algebra W 05:30 pm-06:20 pm Hallin LI 031
21590 950 WSD Pre-algebra W 05:30 pm-06:20 pm Canales D02 235
21543 950 WSD Pre-algebra W 07:30 am-08:20 am Schilling D02 235
21531 950 WSU Pre-algebra W 08:30 am-09:20 am McKee LI 031
23876 950 WSU Pre-algebra W 10:30 am-11:20 am Hunt LL 224
21525 950 ONL Pre-algebra   Online Imig OL
21558 950 ONL Pre-algebra   Online Lewis OL
21605 990 WSD First Course in Algebra M 05:30 pm-06:20 pm Canales D02 235
24504 990 WSU First Course in Algebra M 05:30 pm-06:20 pm Pincock LI 031
21547 990 WSU First Course in Algebra M 08:30 am-09:20 am Poore LI 138
23875 990 WSU First Course in Algebra M 10:30 am-11:20 am Rich LL 224
21529 990 WSU First Course in Algebra T 08:30 am-09:20 am Lewis LI 138
21601 990 WSD First Course in Algebra T 08:30 am-09:20 am Baker D02 235
23883 990 WSU First Course in Algebra T 11:30 am-12:20 pm TBA LL 224
21544 990 WSU First Course in Algebra W 06:30 pm-07:20 pm Hallin LI 031
21559 990 ONL First Course in Algebra   Online Acor OL
21560 990 ONL First Course in Algebra   Online Poore OL
21561 990 ONL First Course in Algebra   Online Wilkinson OL
21540 1010 WSU Intermediate Algebra M 06:30 pm-07:20 pm Pincock LI 031
21610 1010 WSD Intermediate Algebra M 07:30 am-08:20 am Schilling D02 235
21532 1010 WSU Intermediate Algebra M 08:30 am-09:20 am McKee LI 031
20014 1010 WSU Intermediate Algebra M 09:30 am-10:20 am Rich LL 229
24494 1010 WSU Intermediate Algebra R 10:30 am-11:20 am TBA LL 224
21536 1010 WSU Intermediate Algebra T 05:30 pm-06:20 pm Webster LI 031
21614 1010 WSD Intermediate Algebra T 05:30 pm-06:20 pm Sjoblom D02 235
24036 1010 WSU Intermediate Algebra T 10:30 am-11:20 am Rich LL 224
21545 1010 WSU Intermediate Algebra W 07:30 pm-08:20 pm Hallin LI 031
21549 1010 WSU Intermediate Algebra W 08:30 am-09:20 am Poore LI 138
23885 1010 WSU Intermediate Algebra W 11:30 am-12:20 pm Hunt LL 224
21562 1010 ONL Intermediate Algebra   Online Quesnell OL
21563 1010 ONL Intermediate Algebra   Online Jones OL
21564 1010 ONL Intermediate Algebra   Online Hallin OL
 Questions? devmath@weber.edu

MyMathLab Login

Tech Support call 626-7777

Hub Occupancies

Hub Locations 

Ogden Hub: LP 100

Davis Hub: D2 233

West Hub: WW 103

Hub Hours

Tests & quizzes must
be started at least one hour before hubs close.


Fall & Spring Semester Hours


Ogden and Davis Hubs

Monday - Thursday
7:30 am to 8:30 pm

Friday
7:30 am to 5:30 pm

Saturday
9:30 am to 4:30 pm

West Hub

Tuesday - Saturday
9:30 am to 12:30 pm

Hub Hours

Tests & quizzes must
be started at least one hour before hubs close.


Summer Semester Hours

Ogden and Davis Hubs

Monday - Thursday 
8:30 am to 7:30 pm

Friday
8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Saturday
10:30 am to 2:30 pm

West Hub

Tuesday - Thursday- Saturday
9:30 am to 12:30 pm

Friday
No Tutoring available
9:30 am to 12:30 pm

 

Hub Closures for Holidays

January 19
February 16
March 8 to 14
May 25
July 3 & 4
July 24
Sept 7
Oct 16 and 17
Nov 26, 27, and 28