MATH6405: Learning and Teaching Geometry

MATH6405 Learning & Teaching Geometry

5 Credits

This course is for teachers to learn the content of PMI Geometry and how to teach that course to students. It provides teachers a background in Euclidean Geometry, focusing on using deductive reasoning and proofs to develop a conceptual understanding of geometric properties. Topics include points, lines & planes; angles; triangles; similar triangles & trigonometry; congruent triangles; circles; analytic geometry; transformations; quadrilaterals; area of figures; 3-D geometry; and probability. 


Teacher: Audra Crist
Teacher: Katie Johnson

Course Syllabus

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