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Students achieving about 2/3 of 1 month’s math proficiency when tested in 2 days after having just a 2/3 hour of a USL lectures, in average, without studying anything else at all

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For the last and the biggest ones pilot study resultsof USL…. although

 

1)      We covered 850 students from 4 schools in 1 week operation from grade 2 to 11 during about 1 week in our last USL pilot study in February of 2014.

2)      This was followed by all the endorsements from 4 principals and the mayor,

3)      their recommendations for un unesco and Minstry of Education.

4)       3 news channel coverages of usl for 5 plus times

5)      700+ students in “Let’s support usl” videos

6)      To create this much support took less than a week.

7)      I had been a total stranger to town a week before the pilot studies started.

8)      My Spanish was very broken.

 

But, I simply ran the pilot studies for a week or so.

How did this happen? What did I do?

Too good to be true?

So were the electricity, radio, invention of airplane, trip to the moon, pc, internet, etc, except that all the former innovations were physical or external, but USL for mental and internal. As all the previous revolutions were based on the minds of men, this USL revolution of minds is about to rewrite the entire human history. The revolution of minds is the true recolution, not the physical.

The core basic premise of USL is to make the average students learn 12 years of math within 1 year with the better mastery, at least 3 times faster than the fastest math prodigies in the entire world. And this will be followed by physics and chemistry.

Pilot study results: To prove that it works, we have run USL pilot studies:

 

1)      in 2 countries (Mexico and Guatemala), 3 towns,

2)      8 schools, over 1,200 students’ participations for the past half a year

3)      their overall results have been overall astonishing. Each of the 1 month of math materials from grade 2 to 11 was covered in 30-40 minutes with the staggering results.

4)      Here the teaching/learning time compressions were 15 – 60 times.

The typical gains after these half an hour or so classes were 20-40% in average and often 40-100%. (To see what this means that the normal A to F student differences are about 20-25%)
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The following are the data from the first USL pilot study results from Oaxaca, Mexico in October, 2013.

 

Students achieving about 2/3 of 1 month’s math proficiency after having just a 2/3 hour of a USL lecture, in average when tested in 2 days, without studying anything else at all (Test 1 before the USL lectures vs. Test 2 which is after the USL lectues)

Normally, to master the 2/3 of 1 month materials, it needs almost 3 weeks of classes/homeworks/reviews/solutions, etc, but USL pilot study achieved this in about 40 minutes with nothing else.

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Very critical Reminders:

  1. All the tests – both test 1 and test 2 – were multiple choices. Except High School 2nd grade that had 4 multiple choices, the rest of the pilot class tests used 5 multiple choices. So, even if you get completely random guesses, you are expected to get the minimum average scores of about 20% correct (1/5 is correct) and for the high schoole 2nd grade, the minimum would be 25% correct (1/4 correct).
  2. Overall, if the students take the 1 month regular classes, with their regular teachers, with their regular textbooks, etc, I expected that the average student % gains in each math class is about 30-35% after a 1 month of study overall. For instance, from the 35% correct to 70% correct as the math teachers who participated in the pilot study told me that they expect class averages around 60-65-70% correct when students take a test at the end of 1 month study.
  3. During the normal 1 hour class there, the average score gain of students were expected to be about 1.5~2% after 1 hour regular class lecture with the reviews, homeworks, etc, because the average hours of math classes overall was about 20 hours per week.
  4. As the data below indicates, the USL pilot students’ average gains in the % correct after a mere 40 minutes of USL lecture overall was over 20% in average even though there were no class supplementary materials whatsoever when these students took the second test in 2 days from USL pilot classes: without lecture notes, homeworks, extra solutions, feedbacks, no sharing of this website, or not even facebook for this website. Nothing.
  5. What does this mean? This is like 2/3 of 1 hour of USL lecture alone – without anything else – achieving the 2/3 of the entire % gains of the normal students when they study in their regular class studies if you estimate the bulk ratio of the calculation. Now is your turn to check the data.

 

Middle School

 

Grade 1

Grade 1A: 20% grain after 35 minutes of USL lecture and nothing else when Test 2 was taken in 2 days.

Grade 1B: 24~27% grain after 35 minutes of USL lecture and nothing else when Test 2 was taken in 2 days.

 

Grade 2

Grade 2B: 18% grain after 40 minutes of USL lecture and nothing else when Test 2 was taken in 2 days.

 

High School

Grade 2: 23% grain after 40=45 minutes of USL lecture and nothing else when Test 2 was taken in 3 days. (So, with the teacher’s permission, I gave the exra 5-7 minutes of a quick review right before the test 2 started because we couldn’t expect students to retain much with the zero review materials what so ever after 3 days weekend. So this was more or less equivalent to give the test  2 after 50-55 minute of a lecture.)

 

The following graphs from the K7-11 math classes’ USL pilot studies when I covered each 1 month math class materials in only 35-45 minute short pilot study lectures  each of which was tested in 2 days to measure students’ knowledge on the 1 month math materials when learned after 1 month in the school classes (although about 40% of the test #2 were taken 6 days later due to the sudden unnotified policy changes of the schools.)

The Tests 2 were originally supposed to be given 2 days after USL pilot classes. When done as scheduled, every result turned out well, but due to unexpected school policy changes on October 10th, 2013, the originally scheduled 3 classes were suddenly cancelled after I arrived at the test rooms at 7:30 AM in the morning and they were postponed to the next week. So 2A, 3A, 3B, which also postponed the schedule of High School Grade 1 math.

These classes’ test #2 were taken 6 days after my pilot classes respectively. As I explained in various occasions, basically I was not allowed to provide anything other than my about 40 minute long lectures (except High School Grade 2 math for which I lectured about 50-55 minutes in total eventually) and such, the students in these 4 classes didn’t remember much what happened 6 days before and most of them basically finished the tests 5-10-15 minutes – depending on which classes – and the Test #2 of these classes became almost impossible to use. So for these classes, I used only their survey #3 which accompanied the Test #2, and most of their results were almost consistent with those of the classes whose Test #2 were taken on schedule, 2 days after my pilot classes.

 

For the enlarged views of the pie chart photos, just click each image.

 

In thefollowing, you can see the test score gains in Test #2 for each grade.

 

NOTE: Normally each class is expected to gain about 30-35-40% gain over the 1 month math class studies for the students. For instance, Test 1 average may be about 40% correct and typically, the class average range about 70% (according to the teachers there). So, the monthly gain is about 30% and after each class, the average gain of students is about 1.5-2% overall. Even if the average for Test 1 ~ 30% and the average for Test 2 ~ 70%, the gap is about 40% and each day the average students are expected to progress about 2%.  So, overall, the normal students in normal classes with the normal teachers are supposed to gain just about 1.5-2% gains in average although there may be minor fluctuations.

According to USL pilot studies, most USL classes’ average gain after the mere 35-45 minutes of USL lecture – and literally nothing else – seem to range between 15 ~ 27% gain, averaging about 20+% gains. In other words, I managed to gain about 20+% with about 40 minutes long class what normally takes 1 month to gain 30-40%. So, you can do the rest of math here. I gained 50~75% with just what normally takes 1 month in math studies. Imagine that I was allowed to give lecture notes, homeworks, reviews, and provide solutions for exercies for the extra a couple of hours with which I planned to do equal or better than the averages of what normally take 1 month.

 

 

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL’S Math Speed Gains in LEARNING:

1) The Test #1 vs. Test 2 results of  for Middle School Grade #1

Class 1A

Grade 1A: about 20% grain after 35 minutes of USL lecture and nothing else when Test 2 was taken in 2 days.

 

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Class 1B

Grade 1B: 24~27% grain after 35 minutes of USL lecture and nothing else when Test 2 was taken in 2 days.

 

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2) The Test #1 vs. Test 2 results of  for Middle School Grade #2

Class 2B

Grade 2B: 18% grain after 40 minutes of USL lecture and nothing else when Test 2 was taken in 2 days.

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3) The Test 2 results of  for Middle School Grade #3 became mostly useless as I explained. (So just refer to their survey data, which were fine as students responded properly)

 

HIGH SCHOOL’S Math Test 1 vs. Test 2:

1) The Test #1 vs. Test 2 results of  for Middle School Grade #1 became unusable mostly as I explained above. Just like the test #2 of the classes 2A, 3A, and 3B. (For these classes, we just need to rely on the survey results.)

2) The Test #1 vs. Test 2 results of  for High School Grade #2

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When these 2 tests are juxtaposed:

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Test results compared to the expected gain of about 30% when the students take the normal classes for 1 month.

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For the survey results during the pilot studies there, click here.

 

 

 

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