EDUC 7465X Integrating Advanced Digital Technologies in Adolescence Mathematics
30 hours lecture, 30 hours laboratory/conference; 3 credits
Examination of the instructional applications of digital technologies in adolescence mathematics education; consequent new roles for teachers and changes in classroom organization; analysis and evaluation of selected technologies (e.g., dynamic geometry software; graphing calculators; computer algebra systems; spreadsheet; data collection devices; smartboards); embedded awareness for inclusive instruction using assistive technology (AT); and use of technology to differentiate instruction. Designed for teaching mathematics in grades 7-12.
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