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MATH6415: Learning & Teaching K-5 Mathematics I

About


This is a 3-credit, self-paced course, covering 8 modules of content. The exact number of hours that you can expect to spend on each module will vary based upon the module coursework, as well as your study style and preferences. You should plan to spend 4-8 hours per module, completing the module slides, readings, short answer assignments, labs, mastery exercises, practice problems, and module exams.  Topics include whole numbers, place value & operations, integers & rational numbers, factors & multiples, fractions, fraction & decimal operations, geometry, and strategies for teaching K-5 mathematics.


Credits: 3


Course Syllabus

Self-Study

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  • Course Features
  • Instructional Videos and Slides that are your textbook
  • Check Your Understanding questions with answer videos
  • Virtual Labs
  • Auto-Graded Quizzes
  • Progress Bar

Graduate Credit

Tution: $ 540.00

  • Course Features Everything in Self-Study PLUS
  • Teacher-Provided Grading & Support
  • Proctored Tests
  • NJCTL Transcript with Grades

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