You can master new strategies to address students' needs in various grade levels. From exploring environments that promote effective learning to examining the skills students need to read content material successfully, this course will introduce you to essential techniques that support more independent reading and learning.
Integrating writing into mathematics presents both challenges and opportunities. Discover the tools you need to make it work. Use a mathography lesson to gain insight into your students' attitudes and learn how to help your students organize and communicate mathematical concepts, and interact with others. Then, develop a plan of action for implementing writing in a mathematics program.
You can bring writing into your classroom in all content areas with a practical plan developed in this course. Covering the research basis for writing across the curriculum, the course will help you teach students effective writing processes, including finding the time to write. You'll learn sound techniques for evaluating writing skills and discover proven ways to promote writing to students.
Understand more about what confuses your high school students when they encounter the theory of function. You'll examine theories of function as a process, a mathematical object, and a tool for description and prediction, and learn new ways to present the concept to your students.
Find science, technology, engineering, and math resources for PreK-12 teachers and students.
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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.