EDUC 7463T Methods & Content 7-12: Data Analysis, Probability and Trigonometry
45 hours seminar, plus conference; 20 hours field experience; 3 credits
Course concerning theories and methods of teaching mathematics, curriculum development and assessment at grade levels appropriate for New York State certification requirements with a focus on data analysis and probability and trigonometry. Focus on developing reflective practitioners and research based instruction; analysis of New York State Learning Standards in mathematics; teaching mathematics to all students, including students with special needs and English language learners; integrating technology into the classroom; developing, implementing, and evaluating the mathematics curriculum in urban classrooms. Role of materials and resources applied to teaching mathematics at grade levels appropriate for state certification requirements
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