- Getting Started: Introduction to the Developmental English course for Administrators and Instructors
- The NROC Course Manager
- Table of Contents: Developmental Math Scope and Sequence
- Course Installation: How to get access to the course files for installation in your LMS
Getting Started: Introduction to the Developmental English course for Administrators and Instructors
NROC Developmental English content is designed to help students meet basic college entrance requirements. NROC Developmental English was created for installation in a Learning Management System (LMS) and, integrates and compresses the standard developmental English curriculum — reading comprehension, writing, vocabulary building, grammar, punctuation, and usage skills — enabling learners to make predictions about their reading, analyze rhetorical structures, build vocabulary, and improve writing mechanics. With media-rich presentations, comprehension exercises, and the My Journal feature, NROC English supports students through a variety of instructional approaches that engage and enhance a wide range of learning styles.
The NROC Course Manager
NROC Developmental English uses the NROC Course Manager, a proprietary service for NROC members that provides a database of student scores and progress generated by the course. View this section of the NROC Help Center to learn more.
Table of Contents: Developmental English Scope and Sequence
Click here to view the NROC Developmental Math table of contents.
Course Installation: How to get access to the course files for installation in your LMS
NROC Developmental English is available for installation in your LMS as an IMS Common Cartridge v1.1 compliant package (v1.0 also available). A list of Learning Management System (LMS) vendors that support IMS Common Cartridge format can be found at http://www.imsglobal.org/cc/statuschart.cfm.
The IMSCC course files include unit, midterm, and final assessments, and select course-level content – large media objects are not contained in these course files.
The media files are referenced via URL, and displayed within your LMS environment from a remote (NROC) host location.