tch513 | Graduate
Teaching Methods: Secondary Mathematics
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Planning Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Strategies, and Creating an Effective Learning Environment
- Explain the value of using manipulatives in secondary mathematics instruction.
- Modify lessons to improve student performance.
- Explain how technology can be used in mathematics instruction.
- Analyze constructivist teaching strategies.
- Create a plan for developing a positive and effective learning environment.
- Write effective goals and objectives for lesson plans using the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice.
Meeting the Needs of Diverse Students, Families, and Schools
- Define equity in mathematics education.
- Explain how classroom instruction can be differentiated to meet the needs of all learners.
- Propose ways in which teachers and the school can work with families to support students.
Student Assessment and Teacher Reflection in Mathematics Instruction
- Create assessments that meet the needs of diverse learners.
- Identify the key elements of instructional leadership in secondary mathematics.
- Develop a professional development plan.
- Reflect on teaching practices.
Foundations of Mathematics Curriculum and Instruction
- Explain the differences between doing mathematics, learning mathematics, and teaching mathematics.
- Compare traditional and constructivist models of instruction.
- Evaluate resources used in the mathematics classroom.
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