# MTH 214 All Participations

MTH/214

Mathematics for Elementary Educators II

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MTH 214 Week 1 Using MyMathLab®

Watch the following MyMathLab® help videos:

“How to Use MyMathLab®”

“Weekly Checkpoint Assignments”

MTH 214 Week 1 A Problem Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers, Ch. 9

MTH 214 Week 1 A Problem Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers, Ch. 10

MTH 214 Week 1 Probability and Conditional Probability in Business Decision-Making

Watch “Probability and Conditional Probability in Business Decision-Making” from University of Phoenix.

MTH 214 Week 1 Lesson Plan: Part 1

Resource: The Complete Guide to Lesson Planning and Preparation in this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings.

Read the Lesson Plan Presentation assignment due in Week 5.

Complete Part 1 individually:

Select the topic you would like to use for your lesson plan.

Establish the relevant learning goals for your lesson plan.

Include the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Process Standards you plan on using in your lesson as well as the state standard(s) that will be addressed.

Discuss the following:

Which NCTM Process Standards did you select and why?

How do the NCTM Process Standards that you selected relate to your individual state standards?

What ideas do you have for your lesson plan?

MTH 214 Week 2 A Problem Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers, Ch. 11

MTH 214 Week 2 A Problem Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers, Ch. 12

MTH 214 Week 2 Electronic Reserve Readings

MTH 214 Week 2 Faculty Feedback

Review and synthesize feedback from your faculty member and apply it to future assignments

MTH 214 Week 2 Triangles in Real Life

Where can you find different triangles in the real world.

Triangles

Examine your daily life, and look for examples of the following types of triangles:

Right

Acute

Obtuse

Scalene

Isosceles

Equilateral

For example, yield signs are examples of acute triangles. Reply to this post with your daily examples and answer the following question. How might this exercise and information be used to assist students as they try to relate the importance of geometry to their own daily lives? DQ: 2.1

MTH 214 Week 3 A Problem Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers, Ch. 13

MTH 214 Week 3 Electronic Reserve Readings

MTH 214 Week 3 MyMathLab® Videos

MTH 214 Week 3 Geometry and Error Analysis – Mr. Farrell, Clip 2

Watch the Farrell Clip 2 of the “Geometry and Error Analysis – Mr. Farrell” series from Educational Impact

MTH 214 Week 3 Geometry and Error Analysis – Mr. Farrell, Clip 3

MTH 214 Week 4 A Problem Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers, Ch. 14

MTH 214 Week 4 Electronic Reserve Readings

MTH 214 Week 4 Math in Careers: Math Crash

MTH 214 Week 4 The Math Zone

MTH 214 Week 4 MyMathLab® Videos

MTH 214 Week 5 Electronic Reserve Readings

MTH 214 Week 5 Ms. Dale’s Interdisciplinary Space Station STEM Class – Middle School

Watch all videos in the “Ms. Dale’s Interdisciplinary Space Station STEM Class – Middle School” series from Educational Impact.

Reflect on the following:

What math concepts would Ms. Dale be able to integrate into a project on building lunar space stations?

What science, technology, and engineering concepts would Ms. Dale be able to integrate into a project on building lunar space stations?

How does Ms. Dale engage students in their learning? How does classroom management affect student learning?

How does Ms. Dale use ongoing assessment throughout the project to guide her teaching decisions?

How might you be able to do a similar project with lower-elementary students?

MTH 214 Week 5 Connecting Math to the Real World

Perform an Internet search for a video that is an example of math used in everyday life. You can use the “Play of the Day” video as an example.

Share the video with your facilitator and classmates.

Reflect on the following:

How might you connect the math concepts in your lesson plan presentation this week to the real world?

MTH 214 Week 5 Basic Skills Requirements

Research the basic skills exam required for teacher candidates in your state. What mathematics content, skills, and knowledge will you need to study further to be prepared for the basic skills exam in your state?

MTH 214 Week 5 Important Topic Discussion

Discussion on Important topics

In your opinion, as a future educator, what was one of the most important topics that we covered in this class? Explain your reasoning.