The Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction: Mathematics program is designed for teachers in K-12 schools and community colleges who want to enhance their content knowledge and skills in mathematics in order to increase student learning and understanding of foundational mathematics concepts. An emphasis is placed on effective teaching strategies and practices that are aligned with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards and that address developmental learning, acquiring proficiency, problem solving and demonstrating understanding in mathematics for all children. Integrated throughout the concentration courses is the effective use of technology to improve student outcomes in the K-12 and community college core curriculum.
EDCI 526 Foundational Mathematics Concepts (3)
EDCI 536 Learning & Teaching Measurement & Geometry (3)
EDCI 546 Learning & Teaching Algebraic Concepts, Data Analysis & Probability (3)
EDCI 556 Transformative Mathematics in the Differentiated Classroom (3)
TOTAL (semester hours) (12)