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MTH/213

Mathematics for Elementary Educators I

 

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MTH 213 Week 1 MyMathLab® Mastery Points PretestFormative Assessment
Review the MyMathLab® Study Plan. 

Review the study plan created in the "Assessment: MyMathLab® Formative Assessment" activity.

Complete MyMathLab® Week 1 Quiz Me activities to gain mastery points for the week.

 
 

MTH 213 Week 1 Math Standards Analysis
Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Math Standards Analysis worksheet.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

Math Standards Analysis

 

Directions:

1.     Access your state’s department of education website.

2.     Locate your state’s mathematics standards.

3.     Select one strand or domain.

4.     Complete the table below.

                                                  

For each of the identified grade levels, enter the exact verbiage of the standard for that strand or domain in the Standard column. In the Explanation column, explain in your own words what that standard means at that grade level. In the Teaching Example column, provide an example of how you might teach that standard to students at that grade level.

 

State ____Georgia___________________________

 

Strand or Domain___Operations and Algebraic Thinking

 

Grade Level
Standard
Explanation
Teaching Example
1st grade
MGSE1.OA.1 Use addition and subtraction within 20 to solve word problems involving situations of adding to, taking from, putting together, taking apart, and comparing, with unknowns in all positions, e.g., by using objects, drawings, and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.
The students will learn how to add and subtract through word problems using models to illustrate.
Snap cubes can be used to demonstrate how to add to or take apart numbers. We would then write the numeric representation of each problem so students can see the relationship between models and algorithms.
3rd grade
 
 
 
5th grade
 
 
 
7th grade
 
 
 
 

Write a 200- to 350-word analysis of how this particular strand or domain builds across the grade levels.

 

 

MTH 213 Week 1 Bio and Team Charter
Post a bio or paragraph about yourself to get to know your team members. 

In your post include:

Why you are pursuing an education degree
What teaching/classroom experience?
Which grade you hope to teach (if you have already decided)?
What fears about math do you have if any?
Use correct spelling and grammar in your post.

Work with your team to complete your team charter.   Upload your final team charter.

 
 

MTH 213 Week 2 MyMathLab® Mastery Points PretestFormative Assessment
Review the study plan created in the formative assessment activity.

Complete MyMathLab® Week 2 Quiz Me activities to gain mastery points for the week.

 
 

MTH 213 Week 3 MyMathLab® Mastery Points PretestFormative Assessment
Review the study plan created in the formative assessment activity.

Complete MyMathLab® Week 3 Quiz Me activities to gain mastery points for the week.

 

 

MTH 213 Week 3 Teaching Alternate Algorithms
Create a PowerPoint presentation with at least 15 slides, that teaches students how to add 2+ digit numbers, subtract 2+ digit numbers, multiply 2+ digit numbers, and divide 2+ digit numbers using alternate algorithms.

 

Provide clear instructions on each method and include examples for students to follow along.

 

Include speaker's notes where necessary (it is best to show minimum amount of information on each slide for students, but you can include detailed descriptions in the notes section).

 

Include the use of transitions for information on the slides as well as between each slide; transitions make the presentation look more professional. It also helps to not give away the answer as you are teaching these concepts to your students. By limiting the amount of information on the slide, you (and the students) can focus on one part of the process at a time.

 

Use correct mathematical symbols within the presentation by using equation editor or a similar program.

 

Use APA formatting for a title slide as well as a reference slide. Be sure to include all references for any information you used that is not your own (including the textbook, websites, or other teachers).

 
 

MTH 213 Week 4 Website Survey
Resources: Annotated Bibliography document

Research five websites that contain mathematical activities, manipulatives, and lesson plans for different math concepts such as: fractions, decimals, or percentages.

Prepare an annotated bibliography that includes the five selected websites.

Include a brief explanation of why each site is a valuable resource and how each might be used in the classroom.

Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.

 
 

MTH 213 Week 4 MyMathLab® Mastery Points PretestFormative Assessment
Review the study plan created in the formative assessment activity.

Complete MyMathLab® Week 4 Quiz Me activities to gain mastery points for the week.

 

 

MTH 213 Week 5 Comprehensive Quiz
Complete the Comprehensive Quiz in MyMathLab®
 

 

MTH 213 Week 5 Reflective Paper
Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word paper synthesizing the major concepts addressed in this course. Include the following in your paper:

Summarize the major mathematical concepts of this course.
Explain how the concepts learned in this course are relevant to the characteristics of a professional mathematics teacher.
Determine how the course concepts have influenced your own ideas and philosophy of teaching.
Format your paper according to APA guidelines.

 
 
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