EDST 0307

Elementary Math Methods

Elementary Math Methods
In this course we will approach mathematics as the construction of ideas rather than the memorization of facts and rules. We will investigate children’s mathematical reasoning, how to construct learning experiences to advance conceptual development, and how a social justice stance enables math to be a source of empowerment for children. Many class sessions occur at a local elementary school (transportation provided) so students can ground their thinking about course topics within a school, and consistently practice and receive feedback on authentic components of teaching. Students will also complete field experiences in a local K-6 classroom and Vermont licensure requirements. (EDST 0306) 3 hrs. lect./1 hrs. disc
Education Studies
Education Studies
Social Sciences
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Spring 2024

EDST0307A-S24 Lecture (Wadsworth)

Spring 2023

EDST0307A-S23 Lecture (Weston)
EDST0307Z-S23 Discussion (Weston)

Spring 2022

EDST0307A-S22 Lecture (Weston)
EDST0307Z-S22 Discussion (Weston)

Spring 2021

EDST0307A-S21 Lecture (Johnston)

Spring 2020

EDST0307A-S20 Lecture (Weston)

Spring 2019

EDST0307A-S19 Lecture (Weston)

Spring 2018

EDST0307A-S18 Lecture (Weston)