This introductory course provides an understanding of middle school mathematics and how to teach it to students. Topics include numbers & operations, scientific notation, expressions, solving and graphing equations & inequalities, ratios & proportions, percentages, and probability & statistics.
This course provides an understanding of Algebra I and how to teach it to students. Topics include numbers, operations & expressions; equations; graphing linear equations; systems of linear equations; solving & graphing linear inequalities; solving absolute value equations & inequalities; quantitative reasoning; functions; transformations of functions; exponential functions; polynomials; quadratic equations; non-linear functions; and data & statistical analysis.
This course provides an understanding of geometry and how to teach it to students. Based on Euclidean Geometry, it focuses on 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.
This course provides an understanding of Algebra II and how to teach it to students. Topics include an overview of functions; linear & absolute value functions; quadratic equations & complex numbers; quadratic functions; polynomial functions; rational functions; radical functions & rational exponents; exponential & logarithmic functions; sequences & series; trigonometric functions; and probability & statistics.
This course provides an understanding of Precalculus and how to teach it to students. Topics include functions; polynomial & rational functions; exponential & logarithmic functions; conic sections; trigonometric functions; analytic trigonometry; polar coordinates & parametric equations; systems & matrices; vectors; and sequences & series.
This course prepares teachers for the Mathematics Praxis (5161) exam. It includes 9 units, each containing problem solving notebooks; mastery questions with solutions; a discussion board, with questions addressed by instructors; and a unit test. A 10th unit includes one full length Praxis-style test.
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