History and use of technology in teaching mathematics in grades 6 through 12. Students will use scientific and graphing calculators, computers and other devices such as the Calculator-Based Laboratory (CBL) to solve problems found in secondary mathematics curriculum and apply this knowledge in the teaching of mathematical concepts. Software such as Mathematica, MathCad and Geometer's Sketchpad will be studied and students will write lessons using one of these software packages. The use of the Internet and other technological resources to teach mathematics will also be studied. Prerequisite: Admission to the graduate program

# MATH 626 - 101

TECHNOLOGY IN SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEACHING AND LEARNING

Session

Regular Academic Session

Class Number

6270

Career

Graduate

Units

3 units

Grading

GRADUATE GRADING

Description

History and use of technology in teaching mathematics in grades 6 through 12. Students will use scientific and graphing calculators, computers and other devices such as the Calculator-Based Laboratory (CBL) to solve problems found in secondary mathematics curriculum and apply this knowledge in the teaching of mathematical concepts. Software such as Mathematica, MathCad and Geometer's Sketchpad will be studied and students will write lessons using one of these software packages. The use of the Internet and other technological resources to teach mathematics will also be studied. Prerequisite: Admission to the graduate program

Class Details

Instructor(s)

Kimberly C. Corum

Meets

We 5:00PM - 7:40PM

Dates

08/26/2019 - 12/17/2019

Room

YR0308

Campus

Main Academic Campus

Location

On Campus

Components

Lecture Required |

Class Availability

Status

Open

Seats Taken

8

Seats Open

7

Class Capacity

15

Wait List Total

0

Wait List Capacity

0