More catalogs by Regent University | Spring 2016 – Summer 2016 Graduate Course Catalog | 306 pages | 2018-02-10

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polynomial and exponential growth and decay as well as analyzing interpreting and assessing childrenâ€™s algebraic thinking in both written and oral communication prerequisite math 549.cross-listed with math 644 math 549 rational numbers and proportional reasoning for k-8 teachers 3 basic number strands in fractions and rational numbers decimals percentages ratios and proportions as identified in k-8 national and state standards includes interpretation computation and estimation to develop rational number concepts skills and proportional reasoning prerequisite math 541 cross-listed with math 649 math 551 probability and statistics for k-8 teachers 3 counting i.e combinatorics probabilistic structures data analysis and reasoning includes common misconceptions in childrenâ€™s learning and k-8 classroom applications to meet national and state standards includes interpreting childrenâ€™s probabilistic thinking understanding how they learn these concepts and how to help build problem-solving strategies prerequisites math 542 &math 544 cross-listed with math 651 math 563 discrete mathematics for k-8 teachers 3 includes topics in discrete mathematics and implementation in both k-8 classrooms and in professional development programs for teachers review of national recommendations in discrete mathematics for schools related educational literature and how best to implement discrete mathematics in schools prerequisite math 551 cross-listed with math 663 math 641 numbers systems and operations for k-8 teachers 3 historical numeration systems base systems representing numbers combining numbers relationships among numbers and the nature of large and small numbers includes childrenâ€™s thinking how they learn this basic mathematics their problem solving strategies and how they construct their understandings of the base ten number system and arithmetic cross-listed with math 541 math 642 geometry and measurement for k-8 teachers 3 mathematical reasoning and geometric ideas through the study of topics in euclidean geometry and measurement provides an appreciation for topics in other geometries such as noneuclidean fractal and computational includes evaluating geometric thinking in grades k-8 using the van hiele model of geometric thought prerequisite math 649 cross-listed with math 542 math 644 algebra and functions for k-8 teachers 3 the mathematical underpinnings of algebra patterns variables and functions includes modeling and interpreting graphs of linear and nonlinear functions quadratic polynomial and exponential growth and decay as well as analyzing interpreting and assessing childrenâ€™s algebraic thinking in both written and oral communication prerequisite math 649 cross-listed with math 544 math 649 rational numbers and proportional reasoning for k-8 teachers 3 basic number strands in fractions and rational numbers decimals percentages ratios and proportions as identified in k-8 national and state standards includes interpretation computation and estimation to develop rational number concepts skills and proportional reasoning prerequisite math 641 cross-listed with math 549 math 651 probability and statistics for k-8 teachers 3 counting i.e combinatorics probabilistic structures data analysis and reasoning includes common misconceptions in childrenâ€™s learning and k-8 classroom applications to meet national and state standards includes interpreting childrenâ€™s probabilistic thinking understanding how they learn these concepts and how to help build problem-solving strategies prerequisites math 642 math 644 cross-listed with math 551 math 663 discrete mathematics for k-8 teachers 3 includes topics in discrete mathematics and implementation in both k-8 classrooms and in professional development programs for teachers review of national recommendations in discrete mathematics for schools related educational literature and how best to implement discrete mathematics in schools prerequisite math 551 cross-listed with math 563 univ lib information research resources 0 teaches basic competencies in the use of computer and related information technology research and resources including use of the library enroll in the course in the first semester required for graduation pass/no pass school of education page 210