2019-2020 Catalog

EDE 433 Content: Mathematics I

EDE 433 is the first of two courses that examine theoretical perspectives on mathematics education and methods of teaching and learning mathematics at the elementary and middle school levels. Candidates acquire and demonstrate practical experience in the understanding of the mathematics concepts and methods taught in grades K-8. In this course, candidates investigate various teaching strategies to motivate children, explore what it means to know and do mathematics, to solve problems, to use assessment to inform instruction, and to teach math equitably to all children.

Credits

4

Prerequisite

Admittance to the Bachelor of Arts in Education Program or prior approval of TCP Director is required.