Today's headlines emphasize the need to prepare students for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers; yet preparing students to be mathematically literate in today's world is a heavy charge. Learners must know how to think mathematically, be critical consumers of information, collaborate with others to reach common goals, and apply mathematical skills and understanding to tackle atypical, real-world problems. Educators in this course explore practices to orchestrate meaningful mathematical discussions in the classroom that engage students' intellect, stretch their thinking, increase their mathematical understanding, and expand their toolkit for solving everyday problems.
- Bachelor’s degree conferred
- Unofficial transcript(s) from institution(s) with accreditation recognized by Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or US Dept of Education. Unofficial transcripts must include the name of the institution, student name, grades earned, credits earned, degree earned, course names/numbers and dates of attendance.
- Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.