This course provides participants with the knowledge and methods that enhance learning in the secondary mathematics classroom. It focuses on diversity and equity, technology integration, curriculum, standards, and assessment strategies.
Evaluate resources used in the mathematics classroom.
Compare traditional models of instruction to the research-based models that improve student performance.
Explain the differences between doing mathematics, learning mathematics, and teaching mathematics.
Meeting the Needs of Diverse Educators, Students, and Schools
Develop a professional development plan.
Create assessments that meet the needs of diverse learners.
Explain how classroom instructional strategies can be differentiated.
Content and Instructional Strategies
Create a plan for developing a positive and effective learning environment.
Explain how technology affects the content areas of mathematics.
Modify lessons to improve student performance.
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