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MATH 201 - Number, Operations, and Algebraic Reasoning for the Elementary Teacher |

In-depth treatment of concepts underlying common topics in the elementary mathematics curriculum including concepts in number, operations, and algebraic reasoning. Participants engage in purposeful activities that grow out of problem situations that require reasoning and creative thinking, gathering and applying information, discovering, inventing, communicating ideas, and testing those ideas through critical reflection and discussion. Prerequisite: appropriate score on the SAT/ACT, or appropriate score on the mathematics placement test, or credit in MATH 108, or permission of the department chairperson. Open only to concentration 1 mathematics teaching majors, or majors in elementary, special, or early childhood education.
4.000 Credit hours 4.000 Lecture hours Levels: Undergraduate Schedule Types: Lecture, Online (Asynchronous) Mathematical Sciences Department Course Attributes: UCC Foundation Math Restrictions: Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Undergraduate Graduate Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study (Major, Minor, or Concentration): Dual Elem Ed-Spec Ed, Excp Nds Dual Erly Chld/Erly Chld Sp Ed Early Childhood Ed Grad Prog Elementary Education Mathematics Tching: Mid School Mathematics for Eled SPCED Hearing Impaired Special Ed Hearing Impaired Special Ed Mild Disabilities Special Ed Ser Emotnl Hndcaps Special Ed Sevre Disabilities Special Education Special Education Teaching Tching Maj Early Childhood Ed Tching Maj Excpt Nds EC Sp Ed Teaching Major Elementary Ed Prerequisites: Undergraduate level MATH 108 Minimum Grade of CR or Highest SAT Mathematics 520 or HIGHEST MATH SECTION SCORE 550 or Highest ACT Math 22 or Compass Algebra 60 or Compass College Algebra 40 or ALEKS Math PPL 046 |

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