Mathematics and Teaching I
0.50 Credits

This is a course that discusses and examines the role of mathematics in elementary education. Possible topics include the position of mathematics in teaching and contemporary knowledge; different approaches to its teaching; the history of such teaching; educational policy in this area; the mathematics curriculum; the application of basic mathematical concepts; and the teaching of mathematics across the curriculum and its integration with other subjects. The mathematical concepts discussed will include number sense and numeration, measurement, geometry and spatial sense, patterning and algebra, and data management and probability. The course will include examples and case studies from the classroom. (Cross-listed as CT243.) {SK}

Additional Course Information
One Grade 12U or OAC Mathematics course.
CT123. This course does not count toward a Mathematics major or minor.
LocationCourse #Access/Details
Brantford Campus CO243BR2 W - 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. - Fall Term