This course is designed for the elementary classroom, the mathematics lab, and some high school classrooms. This course examines how the different art disciplines apply to processing mathematics concepts. Participants learn to integrate the arts into mathematics instruction, create and adapt lessons for diverse populations, and utilize technology tools and resources for instruction. Participants create materials for use in their respective classrooms and grade levels.
Adapt mathematics/art lesson plans for diverse learners.
Create a mathematics lesson plan for each art discipline.
All objectives apply.
Using Technology and Assessment in Mathematics/Art Instruction
Develop assessments for mathematics/art lessons.
Identify technological tools and resources for use in mathematics/art lessons.
Integrating the Arts Into Mathematics Instruction
Propose ways of managing lessons and activities that integrate mathematics and the arts.
Propose ways of integrating the arts to teach, reinforce, and extend mathematics concepts.
Integrate the arts into independent practice and extension of a mathematics concept.
Integrate the arts into mathematics lessons.
Connecting Mathematics and the Arts
Identify how each of the four art disciplines can correspond to the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards.
Analyze the relationship between mathematics and the arts for your grade level.
Identify national and state standards for mathematics and for the arts for your grade level.
Identify benefits of integrated instruction.
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