Methods in K to 9 Mathematics II (ECUR 316.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
ECUR 316 86 January 2017 James Taylor (primary instructor)
ECUR 316 E56 January 2017 Brian Chipperfield (primary instructor)
ECUR 316 E60 January 2017 Brian Chipperfield (primary instructor)
ECUR 316 E94 January 2017
ECUR 316 G84 January 2017
 
ECUR 316 86 January 2016 James Taylor (primary instructor)
ECUR 316 E56 January 2016 Brian Chipperfield (primary instructor)
ECUR 316 E94 January 2016
ECUR 316 G80 January 2016 James Taylor (primary instructor)
ECUR 316 G84 January 2016 Brian Chipperfield (primary instructor)

Description

Designed to prepare students for teaching K-9 provincial mathematics curriculum and to improve their knowledge of mathematics, especially in the areas of measurement including the Pythagorean theorem, geometry, (polygon properties, symmetry, tessellations), ratio and proportion, integers, and number theory. Students will become familiar with the current curriculum and useful support materials including manipulatives, print resources and other useful media.

Restriction(s)

Only open to students in the ITEP and SUNTEP programs.

Note

Completion of both ECUR 311 and ECUR 316 satisfy the math methods and External math requirements for the College of Education. Completion of only one of these courses will satisfy neither requirement.

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