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2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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MATH 325 - Instructional Practices for Teaching Mathematics

Mathematics teacher candidates will practice planning, teaching, and assessing mathematics activities with emphasis on standard-based curriculum, problems solving, teaching for understanding, equity, and technology. Candidates will discuss and implement technology to improve their impact on student learning.

Prerequisite: EFC 320, and MATH 324.

Credits: (4)

Learner Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, the student/teacher candidate will be able to:

  • Use technology to engage student in problem solving and collaborating with others.
  • Plan, teach, and video- tape a lesson taught. The candidate will demonstrate their ability to offer structured opportunities for students to develop their own understanding of mathematical concepts, problem-solving strategies, and reasoning.
  • As demonstrated in the video clip of the lesson they taught, the teacher candidates must demonstrate their ability to facilitate students’ responses and actions to improve their understanding of mathematical concepts and make mathematical connections.
  • Create a web-site as a resource for them and other mathematics teachers. This site will demonstrate the candidate’s ability to use technology to engage students in problems solving, support student learning to struggling students, model and promote digital citizenship, and to use the National Education Technology Standards for Teachers to improve their teaching.

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