Content and Applications for Middle Level Mathematics
with a Student Centered Perspective
February 13, 2017 - May 7, 2017
20+ Block Seats Purchase Option
Target Audience: 6th – 8th grade
Dates of Course: February 13, 2017 - May 7, 2017
Description: This course is designed to aid teachers in reflecting on some of the major ideas of 6-8 mathematics and examining how students develop those ideas. During the course, participants will explore the State Standards as these relate to concepts in geometry, statistics, and probability, including the role of measurement in each. This course takes a look at how geometric concepts, data and statistics all use mathematics to understand our world better. Each session takes an in depth look at different concepts in measurement, geometry, statistics and probability. Participants will examine the State Standards as they relate to the middle school concepts and how it will impact their teaching.
Important!! If you purchase 2 or more course seats, you must send a registrant list to Margaret Lorimer at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Include the Course Name, each participant's First Name, Last Name and active email address. This information is needed to enroll each registrant into the course.