This year I am teaching College Readiness math (CRM) by the Southern Regional Education Board. In the past i have taught Advanced Mathematical Decision Making (AMDM) by the Dana Center at the University of Texas.
I am interested in opinions of these.
I felt that AMDM spent a lot of time on trig that was at odd with the rest of the course. And I feel that Crm is too easy (it seems like it is pre-algebra in most cases - and these are seniors). I would like to have a class that prepares thes non-math types for life after high school and feel that AMDM is closer.
Any opinions, or does anyone know of other options?
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