Math Teaching and Learning Center

The work of the UW-Stout Math TLC was supported by the U.S. Department of
Education FIPSE grant # P116B060111 from 2006-2010.

The Math TLC is where UW-Stout students learn basic math skills in a people-oriented, technology-enhanced environment. Teachers start daily classroom sessions with a short lecture, then students begin online homework assignments with help from teachers and specially trained peer tutors.

Math TLC Highlights

Course syllabi, lecture slides, assignments:
   Math 010  (Fundamentals of Algebra)
   Math 110  (Intermediate Algebra)

Math Lab Rap Song  

by Eknolege Maddnyce, aka Marvin Ealy
Graduate of Math 010 and Math 110



Free Drop-In Tutoring for Math 010, 110 and 118 in JHSW 203:

UW-Stout Math TLC Program Highlighted in U.S. Dept. of Ed FIPSE Newsletter

Course Redesign Materials Available for Public Access:

The Math TLC was awarded a 4-year, $450,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education via the Fund for the Improvement for Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE) program. This grant funded the development of a series of workshops to foster adoption and adaptation of the approach by other universities and colleges. The workshops were held on the UW-Stout campus and have been attended by 45 educators and administrators from 30 institutions in 12 states. Materials developed for the workshops are available for use free of charge at the link above.