### Courses

#### Mathematics Education (N)

- EDUC-N 101 Teach and Learn Elementary Math (3 cr.) P: Completion of one of the following: MATH-X 018, M 018, M 014, M 025, M 118, M 119, M 211, D 116, D 117, A 118, S 118 or V 118, or have a minimum score of 35 on IUB 'ALEKS' math placement test. To develop an understanding of mathematics content and pedagogy relevant to be a successful elementary school teacher. Focus is on content and methods that are consistent with recent recommendations about mathematics learning and teaching and the Indiana Academic Standards. Pedagogical methods address reasoning about numbers, quantities, and operations.

- EDUC-N 102 Teaching and Learning Elementary School Mathematics I (3 cr.) This course will help pre-service teachers develop an understanding of mathematics content and pedagogy relevant to be a successful elementary school teacher. Focus is on content and methods that are consistent with recent recommendations about mathematics learning and teaching and the State of Indiana Academic Standards.

- EDUC-N 103 Teaching and Learning Elementary School Mathematics II (3 cr.) P: MATH-T 101 or EDUC-N 101 with a grade of C or better. Helps preservice teachers develop an understanding of mathematics content and pedagogy relevant for a successful elementary school teacher. Focus is on content and methods that are consistent with recent recommendations about mathematics learning and teaching, and the state of Indiana academic standards. Pedagogical methods address geometry, measurement, and algebra.

- EDUC-N 310 Mathematics in Middle School (3 cr.) P: EDUC-E 343 or department consent. Emphasizes the developmental nature of mathematical ideas and processes and the role of mathematics in the elementary school curriculum. Public school participation required.

- EDUC-N 443 Teaching Elementary Mathematics Problem Solving (1-6 cr.) P: EDUC-E 343 or department consent. This course is designed to focus on components related to the teaching and learning of elementary school mathematics problem solving. Topics included: types of problems, appropriate instructional sequences, strategies for solving problems, factors related to problem difficulty, evaluating problem-solving learning. Work with elementary school children is included. May be repeated.