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MATH 215 - Teaching Arithmetic Concepts in the Early and Middle Grades

This course focusses on the content, teaching and learning strategies and resources for theory-driven mathematics instruction in grades K through 9 based on Ohio and NCTM standards. Emphasis is placed upon a problem-solving approach which requires students to be active participants in the examination of numerical concepts typically covered in the K-9 curriculum. Strategies for effective intervention will also be introduced. (Required for Early Childhood Education, Intervention Specialist, and Middle Childhood Math Concentration majors.) This course does not count toward the hours required for a major or minor in mathematics.

Prerequisite(s): Math proficiency (ACT Math score of 20 or successful completion of MATH 130).

Offered each Fall.

This course information is from the 2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog. View this catalog.