MATH 391 - The Teaching of Mathematics in Grades 5-12
This course is designed to develop the content knowledge and instructional practices necessary to teach mathematics in grades 5-12, including ratios and proportional reasoning, geometric transformations, triangle centers, and rates of change for linear, quadratic, polynomial and exponential functions. Topics will include mathematical process standards, lesson planning, the use of technological and manipulative tools in the teaching and learning of mathematics, assessment methods, and current research in mathematics education. This course will not serve as an upper-level mathematics elective for the major or minor in mathematics.
Prerequisite(s): MATH 291 , C or better, MATH 323 , C or better and junior status.
Term(s) Offered: Fall
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