Help middle school students function with functions. Study strategies for teaching exponential functions and growth, and solve a range of mathematical problems to understand the underlying mathematics of functions. Collaborate with peers online to find ways to recognize and address students' misconceptions.
Make mathematics accessible and understandable for all students, including those with disabilities. In this course, you will learn how to adapt your own curricula and work with special needs teachers to help your students succeed in the classroom. As your final task, you will develop a plan that builds accessibility strategies into your daily teachings.
Explore and develop math lessons that encourage higher-level thinking and discussion. Use proven Internet resources to incorporate critical thinking and cooperative learning into your mathematics curriculum.
Does your learning environment support math success for boys and girls? This course introduces techniques to evaluate your teaching style for gender bias while exploring strategies to increase gender equity in a standards-driven instructional setting. To complete the course, you'll develop a project that creates or maintains gender-equitable mathematics curricula.
Learn to evaluate and select appropriate Web-based activities that help students learn data collection and analysis using National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards as your guide to the ways technology can enhance the subject. You'll then be able to develop data analysis lessons that successfully integrate technology.
Find science, technology, engineering, and math resources for PreK-12 teachers and students.
PBS Teachers Live! Webinars feature education technology experts and PBS producers sharing resources and strategies to help teachers use digital media to engage students in rich learning experiences. Recordings of all of our previous events are available on the archive page.
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Explore entrepreneurship, competition in the market economy and additional topics including mergers, acquisitions, consolidation, joint ventures and hostile takeovers.
Research population trends in developed and less developed countries and consider the political, social and environmental repercussions of discrepancies.