Interest Categories: Education & Counseling
Campus: Off campus
Develop powerful math learning environments and curriculum to support your pre-K through 12th grade students. Adams 14 School District and University of Colorado Denver’s new graduate certificate in Mathematics Learning and Teaching is designed for general and special education teachers. It provides you with an opportunity to grow your knowledge of how people construct math knowledge from birth through high school.
Each course is organized to include teachers at all Pre-K-12 school grade levels, including general and special education teachers. Each stand-alone course is worth 3 graduate-level semester credits and may be applied towards the certificate or a master’s degree in the School of Education & Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver.
Educators’ learning will focus on quantities and operations in place-value number systems, how students understand such systems beginning at birth, and how teaching may promote students’ progress.
Educators’ learning will focus on quantities and operations involved with ratio, fraction, and proportion; and on how students understand ratio, fraction and proportion; and how teaching may promote students’ progress.
Educators’ learning will focus on conceptions of society’s role in determining what counts as mathematics to be taught and learned. Increases abilities to address issues of privilege and oppression that impact students’ opportunities.
Dr. Amber Gardner
On location at Adams 14 School District
$320 per credit*; $960 per course; $2880 per certificate (a significant savings over regular tuition)
Recommended Completion Time:1 year
Required Credits for Completion:9
Please contact Beth Eagen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-315-5000 for application assistance or to learn more about this program.
December 1, 2021