
Citation 
Material Information
 Title:
 Beginning Algebra Part II MyOpenMath OER Course
 Series Title:
 Beginning Algebra Part II MyOpenMath OER Course  Akbar
 Creator:
 Akbar, Afsheen
Benko, Palma
Burger, David
Kim, Yon
Poetsch, Deborah
Samuelsen, Laura
Walters, Michael
 Place of Publication:
 New Jersey
 Publisher:
 Open Textbook Collaborative
 Creation Date:
 2022
 Physical Description:
 workbook
Learning Resource Information
 Aggregation Level:
 Level 1  a single, atomic object
 Interactivity Type:
 Expositive
 Intended User Roles:
 Learner
Subjects
 Subjects / Keywords:
 Algebra
Open Education Resources Beginning Algebra II Factoring Rational Expressions Least Common Denominator Fractions Rational Equations Roots Radicals Quadratics
 Genre:
 other
Textual ( sobekcm )
 Target Audience:
 Lowerlevel undergraduate
Notes
 Abstract:
 This project will create an original pdf workbook for Developmental Algebra w/examples and solutions, a guide covering how to teach the OER materials, and practice tests and sample exams. ( ,, )
 Acquisition:
 Submitted for the Open Textbook Collaborative Project on the OpenNJ Submitted by Rachel Pieters.
 Funding:
 This material was funded by the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) of the U.S. Department of Education for the Open Textbooks Pilot grant awarded to Middlesex College for the Open Textbook Collaborative.
Record Information
 Source Institution:
 Middlesex County College
 Holding Location:
 Middlesex County College
 Rights Management:
 This item is licensed with the Creative Commons Attribution NonCommerical License. This license lets others remix, tweak, and build upon this work noncommercially, and although their new works must also acknowledge the author and be noncommercial, they donâ€™t have to license their derivative works on the same terms.

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Beginning Algebra Part I I OER Course description: This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts and processes of elementary algebra. Topics include factoring, rational expressions, radicals, and quadratics . Topics: Chapter 6: Factoring 6.1 Factoring Greatest Common Factor 6.2 FactoringGrouping 6.3Factoring Trinomials where a=1 6.4 FactoringTrinomials where 6.5 Factoring Special Products 6.6 Factoring Strategies 6.7 Solve by Factoring Chapter 7: Rational Expre ssions 7.1 Reduce Rational Expressions 7.2 Multiply and Divide Rational Expressions 7.3 Least Common Denominators 7.4 Adding and Subtraction Rational Expressions 7.5 Complex Fractions 7.7: Solving Rational Equations Chapter 8: Radicals 8.1 Square Roots 8.2 Higher Roots 8.3 Adding Radicals 8.4 Multiplying Radicals 8.5 Dividing Radicals, Rationalizing Denominator Chapter 9: Quadratics 9.1 Quadratics Solving with Radicals 9.2 Solving with Exponents using the Square Root Property 9.3 Completing the Square 9.4 Quadratics Quadratic Formula
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The OER full course material consists of 3 parts: 1. Beginning Algebra II OER Instructorâ€™s Guide (pdf format) The OER course consists of 22 sections. Instructors are suggested to teach the OER Workbook examples listed and give inclass practice problems to students using the W orkbook exercises (instructor can always modify number of exercises, if necessary, based on level of class). Homework assignments should be myopenmath.com video and practice problems. 2. Beginning Algebra II OER Workbook (accessible Word format) The OER Workbook consists of 22 sections. The intention of the Workbook is that it has the amount of material and depth that an instructor can cover during their 1 to 2 hours long classes. Each student should have a printed copy of the Workbook during classes. Ea ch of the sections in the Workbook includes: o Learning Objectives of the section. o Examples that the instructor should explain to the students during class. o Worksheet exercise corresponding to examples explained. Students should work on these exercises during class after instructorâ€™s examples to practice the newly learned material. o Solutions can be found at the end of the Workbook. 3. Myopenmath.com OER Course MOM is an online OER course management system that instructors and students can use. It is easily accessible and simple to use. MOM Beginning Algebra Part I I course includes OER Workbook, OER Book, and Video and Practice problems. Video and Practice problems are intended as Homework exercises corresponding to the section taught using the workbook. o Students should use Video Problems to review more important parts of the lesson and solve simple problems related to them as first part of the homework. o Students should solve Practice problems as their homework as well. There is also a downloadable book that is accessible at each section that has more detailed explanations . Accessing MOM course: o If you do not have an MOM account yet, create an instructorâ€™s account (go to myopenmath.com and on the main page click: R equest an instructorâ€™s account and follow steps) . o Copy my course from Myopenmath.com to your account: These are the steps to take to copy my course from my course coordinatorâ€™s accoun t to your account :
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A. Login to your MOM instructorâ€™s account B. On the left, under your current courses, choose : â€˜ Add New Course â€™ C. Choose: â€˜ Copy from my or a colleague's course â€™ D. L ookup Course ID : 207977 (easier method) Or find the course this way: 1. Choose: â€˜ Other's Courses â€™ 2. Choose: â€˜ Passaic County Community College â€™ 3. Choose: â€˜ Palma Benko â€™ 4. Choose â€˜ Beginning Algebra Part I I OER Grant 2023â€™ E. Click: â€˜ Continue â€™ all the way at the bottom of the page. F. You can change the 'Enrollment key' for your students if you wish (it is set to be "math'') G. Click 'Submit' H. Next page will tell you your 'Course ID' that you can share with your students I. You must share the new 'Course ID' and 'Enrollment key' with your students. Note: If you teach two or more sections of the same course, you will need to copy twice the course. You can rename them afterward. MOM course management is easy to use for instructors and students, so I encourage you to take advantage of the following features: o Use course calendar to set due dat es o Create reviews for tests o Create tests using MOM Simple to create multiple verison o Modify course content to your needs by removing/adding sections and practice problems

