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EDU 3237: Problem Solving in Mathematics Methodology: Grades 5-12 (3 cr.)**
Develop vital skills for teaching and critical thinking across the curriculum through mathematical problem-solving strategies. Recognize and construct connections across mathematical ideas as you solve problems using tools from counting strategies, algebra; Euclidean, transformational and coordinate geometry; matrices; finite graphs and trees. Examine connections between problem solving; listening, speaking, reading and writing skills; and secondary mathematics. Identify and create problem solving materials and assessments for students within the full range of abilities.
Prerequisite: EDU.2000 with minimum grade of B-. For School of Education students only. Requires written permission from Associate Dean of Undergraduate Advising in School of Education.
Not counted as Liberal Arts
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