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MAT in Teaching Mathematics K-9

Up to $5000 Available

Specialization in Teaching Mathematics

Designed to improve the quality of teaching mathematics in grades K-9, courses focus on the pedagogy of mathematics and the development of balanced instructional programs that meet the needs of today s diverse students.

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Courses

Required Courses (4 courses; 18 quarter units)

Core Requisite(s):

MAT 635Contemporary Issues/Challenges
MAT 636Teaching Algebra/Number Theory
MAT 637Teaching Geometry/Measurement
MAT 638Teaching Probability/Stats
EDT 612Meaningful Learning w/ Tech.
MAT 641Education & Social Pluralism
MAT 642Program Design
MAT 643Models of Teaching
MAT 644Foundations of Curriculum
MAT 640
-or-
NBC 639
-or-
MAT 655
Applications of Research
-or-
Leadership Portfolio
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Leadership Impact Seminar

Degree Outcomes
  1. Analyze current principles, state and national standards, trends and issues in teaching Mathematics in grades K-9.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to develop a balanced program of mathematics instruction that includes conceptual understanding, procedural fluency and problem solving in Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Probability and Number Theory.
  3. Apply evidence-based best practices research in the delivery and evaluation of a balanced mathematics education program.

Overview

Content prepares teacher credential holders and/or candidates for the CSET 1 and 2 Foundational Level Mathematics Exam. In order to be successful in this program, potential candidates should have basic mathematics knowledge and skills (equivalent to CSET multiple subject and Praxis II elementary education) or above.

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  • Teach Grant Eligible
    (Up to $5,000)
  • Course Length
    4 weeks
  • Total Program Credits
    45 quarter units

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