mth506 | Graduate

Methods Of Teaching Mathematics

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This course focuses on the methodology and assessment strategies that enhance learning in preschool through eighth-grade mathematics. Topics include an overview of mathematics content and process standards, developmentally effective instructional strategies, assessment, and classroom and materials management.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Mathematics Content and Process Standards and Recognizing Patterns

    • Identify the content and process standards in preschool through eighth-grade mathematics.
    • Apply national and local mathematics standards to instruction and assessment.
    • Describe the importance of pattern recognition in understanding mathematics.
    • Demonstrate the use of manipulatives to teach recognition and extension of patterns.

    Problem Solving and Reasoning and Number Sense

    • Analyze the process for successful problem solving.
    • Analyze strategies for facilitating problem solving activities.
    • Create activities designed to help students develop reasoning and logic skills.
    • Explain the concept of number and number sense.
    • Demonstrate the use of manipulatives to teach counting and number relationships.

    Place Value and Whole Numbers, Fractions, and Decimals

    • Analyze concepts related to place value.
    • Demonstrate the use of manipulatives to teach the concept of place value.
    • Analyze concepts related to whole numbers, fractions, and decimals.
    • Demonstrate the use of manipulatives to teach concepts related to whole numbers, fractions, and decimals.
    • Demonstrate the use of manipulatives to teach computation using whole numbers, fractions, and decimals.

    Measurement and Probability and Data Analysis

    • Evaluate strategies for teaching measurement concepts.
    • Evaluate techniques for teaching concepts related to probability and data analysis.

    Geometry and Spatial Sense

    • Solve problems using geometric concepts and models.
    • Evaluate strategies for teaching geometry concepts.

    Mathematics Assessment and Classroom and Materials Management

    • Evaluate assessment techniques, tools, and strategies used to evaluate student learning in mathematics.
    • Evaluate classroom and materials management as it relates to mathematics instruction.
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