MATH 621 Teaching Mathematics with Technology (Graduate)

The course prepares mathematics teachers to use technology to make instructional decisions and support students in solving mathematical problems in the secondary mathematics curriculum, including problems in geometry, algebra, functions, data analysis, probability, and calculus.

Prerequisite: 24 credit hours of undergraduate mathematics, including the calculus sequence.

Prerequisite Courses: None

Related Offerings:
MATH 603 Fundamental Concepts of Algebra (Winter/Spring 2025)
MATH 604 Fundamentals of Geometry (Summer II 2025)
MATH 605 Problem Solving In Mathematics (Winter/Spring 2024)
MATH 621 Technology for Teaching Mathematics (Fall 2024)
MATH 641 Number Theory & Applications (Fall 2023)
STAT 638 Fundamental Models of Statistical Inference (Summer II 2024)

University of Southern Indiana

Semester: Full Fall 2024

Instructor: Mark Creager

Credit Hours: 3 Graduate

Date: 8/19/24 – 12/13/24

Location: Online

Teacher Level: Grades 9-12

Graduate Certificate Available: No

Master’s Completion Option: Yes

MATH 621 Syllabus

Master’s of Curriculum & Instruction