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Course Details


This course provides strategies and curriculum for teaching mathematics in grades K-9 and models and examines an investigative approach to elementary and middle school mathematics instruction which is purposeful, inquiry-based, and meaningful, and which is integrated with other mathematics topics and with other content areas. Strategies focus on communication, connections, mathematical representations, problem solving and logical reasoning. This course fulfills the methods course requirement for the state endorsement in middle school mathematics. This is a 6 semester-hour course which meets on campus and in a local school.

Credits:  6


There are no prerequisites listed for this course.

Course Notes:

An ICTS Basic Skills Test with min. score pass required and

and a min. grade of B- in EDUC 200 & 210, MATH 105 and

ELED or SPED 261 required. Min 250hours in field experience.