CRG Website Redesign Underway

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The Curriculum Research Group has several new projects, and we have decided to pause and redesign our website in order to provide the most up-to-date information. We apologize for any inconveniences. For information and inquires about Transitioning Learners to Calculus in Community Colleges (TLC3), please see




Author: Helen Burn

Helen Burn is faculty member in the department of mathematics and director of the Curriculum Research Group at Highline College where she has served as chair of the Pure and Applied Sciences Division and mathematics department coordinator. Her research, service, and leadership center on improving student success in the two-year college mathematics curriculum through redesigning curriculum, improving the mathematics placement process, and tailoring curriculum to special student populations including students in applied baccalaureate programs and the partner disciplines to mathematics. Burn served as mathematics consultant to the two-year college research team on Characteristics of Successful Program in College Calculus (NSF DUE 0910240, 2010-2016) and was Co-PI for The Math You Need, When You Need (NSF DUE-0920800/0920583, 2006-2013). She is co-chair of the Washington State Math Pathways to Completion Taskforce and member of the Mathematical Association of America’s Committee on Undergraduate Programs in Mathematics. In 2014, she received the Washington State Two-Year College Mathematics Education Reform Award. Her educational background includes a B.S. from The Evergreen State College, an M.S. in mathematics from Western Washington University and a Ph.D. in higher education from the University of Michigan Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education.

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