 
MAED  Mathematics
Education 

MAED 2246. Tutoring in Mathematics (303) Prerequisite: MATH 1131 with a grade of C or better, or Departmental Consent. Investigates mathematical learning and strategies for oneonone tutoring of undergraduate mathematics through a combination of lecture and direct observation of learners. Lab hours are required in the math tutoring center.
MAED 5131. Algebra & Proportionality (303)
Undergraduate Prerequisite: MATH 2008 with a grade of C
or better and Admission to Teacher Education. Graduate Prerequisite:
MAED 6130 with a grade of C or better. A deep examination of
algebra topics that are relevant for elementary school teaching.
Number theory, functions, and mathematical modeling using technology.
Problem solving involving ratio and proportion. This course will not
count for a mathematics course for secondary mathematics education
programs, mathematics majors or minors.
MAED 5132. Understanding Data Analysis and Probability (303)
Undergraduate Prerequisite: MATH 2008 with a grade of C or better and Admission to Teacher Education. Graduate Prerequisite: MAED 6130 with a grade of C or better. An exploration of data collection, data representation, data analysis and probability. This course will not count for a mathematics course for secondary mathematics education programs, mathematics majors or minors.
MAED 5133. Understanding Geometry and Measurement (303) Undergraduate Prerequisite: MATH 2008 and Admission to Teacher Education. Graduate Prerequisite: MAED 6130 with a grade of C or better. An exploration geometry and measurement topics through the use of a variety of tools. Topics include definitions and theorems relevant to elementary school teaching, elementary constructions, perimeter, area and volume. This course will not count for a mathematics course for secondary mathematics education programs, mathematics majors or minors.
MAED 6130. Numbers and Problem Solving (303) An exploration of number systems (whole numbers, integers, rational numbers (fractions) and real numbers), the relationships between these systems. Understanding operations, including why standard computational algorithms work. Problem solving using multiple strategies and appropriate technology. This course will not count as a mathematics course for secondary mathematics education.












