Current MSCS Graduate Courses ( Fall 2018, Spring 2019 )

Fall 2018

MTHT 590

Functions throughout the High School Curriculum (Wertz)
PREREQUISITES:
Enrollment in B.S. or M.S. in the Teaching of Mathematics program in Secondary Mathematics Education, a 2.50 grade point average in mathematics courses at the level of calculus or above, admitted to candidacy in the Teaching of Mathematics program in Secondary Mathematics Education and/or permission of the Office of Mathematics Education.
DESCRIPTION:
Students will revisit, revise, and extend their content knowledge of functions and develop mathematical knowledge needed for teaching functions. The function concept, a unifying idea in high school mathematics, will be explored through the use of technology, high school curricula, mathematics research and teaching articles, and by making connections to students� collegiate mathematical studies. The course will focus on topics of covariation and rate of change, families of functions, combining and transforming functions, and multiple representations of functions.

Spring 2019

Courses for this term have not been posted yet.
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