Program Highlights & Benefits
Synchronous online format for flexibility and convenience
2 semester completion time
No GRE or admission tests
No weekend classes
Early Childhood educators who seek to enhance their mathematical content and pedagogical knowledge in grades K-5.
Candidates who possess a valid Level 4 or higher Induction, Professional, Advanced Professional, or Lead Professional teaching certificate in one of the following fields:
- Elementary Education (P-5)
- Middle Grades Mathematics (4-8)
- Special Education General Curriculum / Early Childhood Education (P-5); or
Any of the following certificates combined with a core academic content concentration in mathematics:
- Special Education General Curriculum (P-12);
- Special Education Adapted Curriculum (P-12);
- Special Education Behavior Disorders (P-12);
- Special Education Learning Disabilities (P-12);
- Special Education Deaf Education (P-12);
- Special Education Physical and Health Disabilities (P-12);
- Special Education Visual Impairment (P-12); or
- Gifted Education (P-12).
*Candidates must have surpassed one year of successful teaching experience.
What You Learn
Candidates will enhance their mathematics content knowledge in grades K-5.
How You Learn
Synchronous Online: This is a fully online cohort. For five Monday nights out of each 8-week course, an online class session will be held from 5:45 to 8:45 p.m. during which you are required to sign in and actively participate. These synchronous online class meetings will be supplemented by additional online activities which may include assignments, webinars or chats, materials, discussion threads, assessments and/or group activities completed electronically outside of class. This program is offered as a stand-alone endorsement program or as an endorsement program embedded in an MAT, M. Ed. or Ed. S. program.
*Students must report a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Applicants with a GPA lower than 3.0 or an identified writing deficiency may be considered for provisional admission. Provisionally admitted students may be required to take one or more writing classes prior to or during the first semester. Decisions about additional admission requirements are determined by the University Graduate Council after a complete review of all materials presented by the applicant.
Upon completion of this program, candidates will have earned a K-5 Math Endorsement to be added on to their current certification.
|MTH 676||Developing Concepts of Number and Operation||3|
|MTH 678||Developing Concepts of Algebraic Thinking and Data Analysis||3|
|MTH 679||Developing Concepts of Geometry and Measurement||3|
This course outline is tentative and is subject to change. Courses may be offered in a different order than outlined above.