…the conceptual framework for increased understanding and application of rational numbers, probability, and statistics…
This is the second of three courses required for elementary teaching majors at Texas A&M Corpus Christi. The emphasis is on thinking about elementary math topics from an advanced point of view, especially the concepts that can be most challenging to understand.
Day by Day
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|3||6/18||Comprehensive||Lattice Method for Multiplication of Decimals, Review for the Midterm Exam||
|6/20||Central Tendency, Spread, & Shape||Survey Design, Descriptive Statistics (in poster form), Standard Deviation|
|6/21||The Mathematics of Science, Ratio||Listing the math in Size of the Universe, Assessing Math in a Science Context (writing and grading quizzes)|
|4||6/25||Rate, Ratio & Proportion, 21st century skills in Mathematics||Student-made Video, Ratio & Proportion Handout, Design a Lesson for Rate, Ratio, & Proportion|
|6/26||Social Issues in Elementary Mathematics||Project Work Time, Discussion||
|6/27||Persuasion with Data||6 Class Presentations (8-12 mins each), Ratios & Percents||
|6/28||Persuasion with Data||6 Class Presentations (8-12 mins each)||
|5||7/2||Comprehensive||Horatio, Review for the Final Exam|
- Project Sign-up for SMTE 1351
- Data Analysis Project - Summer 2012
- Pre-Assessment of Core Skills
- Study Guide for Final Exam - SMTE 1351 - Spring 2011
- Textbook Problems for SMTE 1351
- Factsheets on Chart Types
- Data Analysis Project
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