Summer Session One-2013 Scholarship being offered

The Mathematics & Science Education Resource Center offers two graduate level Courses of Study (COS) for school mathematics teachers. These 15 credit-hour programs help teachers achieve higher levels of success in the classroom through deep content understanding, support of state and national content standards and models of effective student-centered pedagogies. Designed for the target audience of school mathematics teachers, the COS has grown into an effective means for high school science teachers and elementary mathematics teachers to improve their practice.

**Middle School Mathematics Course of Study **(5 courses for a total of 15 credits)

*Four Courses required ** **(twelve credits) :
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**MATH 587:**Proportional Reasoning in Mathematics and Science**MATH 588:**Geometry and Measurement for Middle School Teachers**MATH 589:**Statistics and Probability for Middle School Teachers**MATH 590:**Patterns and Algebra for Middle School Teachers

*One Curriculum Course ** (3** credits) chosen from the following list of courses:
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**MATH 591**: Implementing Exemplary Curricula in Middle School Mathematics**EDUC 636:**Teaching Mathematics in Upper Elementary School

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**High School Mathematics Course of Study **(5 courses for a total of 15 credits)

*Three courses** (nine credits) chosen from the following list of courses:*

**MATH 582**: Discrete Mathematics**MATH 583**: Probability and Statistics**MATH 585**: Technology in Secondary Mathematics**MATH 567:**Analysis for AP Calculus Teachers

*One course (three credits) chosen from the following list of courses:*

**MATH 581:**On the Nature of Proof**MATH 567**: Geometry and Proof

*One course (three credits) chosen from the following list of courses:*

**MATH 518:**Mathematical Models and Applications**MATH 586:**Problem Solving

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Thomas Fernsler

Associate Policy Scientist

302-831-2303