NROC collaborates with a powerful network of member institutions to deliver courses and tools that address the readiness challenges students face today.
Learners must be proficient in math and English to realize academic and vocational opportunity. Nearly half of high school graduates in the United States are not prepared to begin postsecondary studies, and fewer than one quarter of these students will successfully complete college. Armed with NROC content, members are rewriting this narrative.
LMS-INSTALLED COURSES –– MEDIA RICH, LEARNER CENTERED, & PEDAGOGICALLY DIVERSE
This two-semester course was developed for first-time algebra students of all ability levels. The program introduces learners to mathematics concepts, procedures, mathematical reasoning, and critical thinking, bolstered by personalized review, presentations, worked examples, practice problem sets, collaborative projects, simulations, and puzzles.
This course was developed for students striving to meet basic college entrance requirements. An adaptive pre-assessment personalizes a learner’s path through Arithmetic, Beginning and Intermediate Algebra, and Statistics, Geometry, and Trigonometry topics.
This course was developed for students striving to meet basic college entrance requirements. An integrated curriculum, spanning reading comprehension, writing, vocabulary building, and grammar skills, allows students to practice strategies for reading and writing effectively.
WEB-BASED TOOLS –– OPEN AND DESIGNED FOR INSTITUTIONAL CUSTOMIZATION
EdReady is a math readiness system that employs a low-stakes knowledge inventory to personalize a learner’s path to subject mastery within the context of a specific goal (e.g. placement exam preparation or entrance to a particular program of study).
HippoCampus is a growing, no-cost repository of nearly 6,000 multimedia learning objects from NROC and other respected providers, including Khan Academy, PhET, and NOAA. Educators can create content playlists, and NROC members can seamlessly integrate these videos into shared instructional applications.What is NROC Membership?