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MATH 105 Fall 2007 T Miller

MATH 105 Fall 2007 T Miller - MATH 105 FUNDAMENTALS OF...

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MATH 105 FUNDAMENTALS OF MATHEMATICS II (3 CR ) FALL 2007 Meeting Tuesday & Thursday 8-10 AM in Wickersham 104 Instructor: Prof. Travis K. Miller Office: Wickersham 102 E-mail: [email protected] Phone: 871-2417 BlackBoard will be used for course info Office Hours Mon. & Wed. 1:15 – 2:30 PM Tues. & Thurs. 9:30 – 10:45 AM You do not need an appointment during these office hours. However, if you are unavailable at these times and would like to meet with me, please feel free to set up an appointment by speaking to me after class or by sending me an e-mail. Required Materials Textbook: Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers (3 rd Ed.) by Bassarear. Supplemental book: Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers, Explorations (3 rd Ed.) by Bassarear. (the Explorations book should be packaged with your textbook) Manipulative Kit (also packaged with your textbook) Calculator: TI-341I or comparable 3-Ring Binder: You are expected to maintain a 3-ring binder with sections dedicated to 1) class notes/activities; 2) completed homework assignments; 3) writing assignments; 4) graded quizzes; 5) exams. Course Description Math 105 is a continuation of Math 104, exploring additional topics from elementary mathematics and as addressed by both the mathematics standards of the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the principles and standards of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). This course is required for all elementary and special education majors. This course intends to minimize mathematics anxiety and prepare you to be an excellent mathematics teacher via collaborative and individual activities designed to assist you: Demonstrate and refine your knowledge of mathematical concepts, procedures, and skills
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