Interested in showing your students how math connects to everyday life? This online training course will focus on appropriate instructional tools and techniques to help you connect math standards to instructional practice using real world scenarios. Ideas for connecting math to literature and technology will also be shared.

Unit One

Introduction to the Course

Math Standards

Math Content Standards

Assignment #1: Write an autobiography

Test #1

Unit Two

Math Process Standards

Connecting Math Standards to Instructional Practice

Mathematical Problem Solving Using Real World Math

Using Formative Assessment

Assignment #2: Article reflection

Test #2

Unit Three

Connecting Math to Everyday Life

Real World Math: Part One

Real World Math: Part Two

Assignment #3: Share your expertise

Test #3

Unit Four

Connecting Math and Literature

Math Online: Connecting Math and Technology

Having Fun with Real World Math

Test #4

Unit Five

Integrating Science into Real World Math Lessons

Using Social Studies in Math Lessons

Interactive Math Websites

Test #5

Unit Six

Using Real World Math as an Intervention Strategy

Real World Math Centers

Creating Real-World Math Lessons

Assignment #4: Write math lesson plans

Assignment #5: Reading/Learning Log (Based on required resource book)

Math K-3 teaching, teacher professional development

Form of education

Formal

Formal education level

Professional development

Learning language

English

Discipline

Teacher training without subject specialization, Education

Course authors

n/a

Organization

n/a

Currency

USD

Course cost

264.0

IP transfer allowed

Previous courses entrance requirements

This course has a modestly-priced required resource book (available in both new and used versions) that can be purchased through Amazon using the following link. Note that you can begin and participate in your course before the book arrives.
“Math Exchanges: Guiding Young Mathematicians in Small Group Meetings” by Kassia Omohundro Wedekind

Career list corresponds to course

K-12 teachers

Entrance test

Groups formation by readiness level

Teachers presence

Tutors presence

Facilitators presence

Interactivity in training materials

Collaborative learning presence

Discussions, forums presence

Webinars, video conferences presence

meetup presence

LMS integration

Learning Analytics

Certification presence

Certification types

Credit

Certificate name

Credit from UC San Diego Extension

Course time limits

Opportunity to enter after start

Learning types (sync/async)

asynchronous

Module unit

Unit

Course modules number

6

Tests (exams) number

5

Personal learning path possibility, course individualization

Special needs support

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