Courses in this category are designed to support teachers in providing instruction in student understanding of mathematical concepts.
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Idaho State University has recently partnered with the Idaho State Department of Education to develop a professional development course, Teaching Mathematical Thinking, as part as the Idaho Math Initiative to ensure teachers are given the opportunity to stay current in mathematical education and research for their classrooms. This course provides an opportunity to study fundamental mathematical theory underlying the content area of number and operation and structures of algebraic thinking. Topics will include: meanings of operations and how they relate to one another, computation within the number system as a foundation for algebra, the use of mathematical models, and the understanding student thinking. Emphasis will be given to developing ideas about multiplicative thinking, proportional reasoning, and algebraic reasoning. Watch for registration at http://ed.isu.edu/irmc/tmt.shtml . Registration will open in May.
|6/5/2017- 06/9/2017||7:30am to 5:30pm||Rigby Idaho||ISU Regional Math Center|
Max No. Participants: 35
Credit Offered: Yes
Credit Offered from: ISU
How Many Credits: 3
Cost for Class: $195
Credit Requirements:See the instructor.
Special Instructions:The $195 fee covers cost of credits and materials.
Watch for registration at http://ed.isu.edu/irmc/tmt.shtml Registration will open in early May.