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A Ph.D. Program in Mathematics Education in a Dept. of Mathematics: Arizona State University as an Example Marilyn Carlson Arizona State University marilyn.carlson@asu.edu Thursday January 8, 2004, 1:00 p.m.-2:20 p.m.
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Overview of Programs Degree Options Ph.D. in Mathematics Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction M.N.S. in Mathematics with concentration in Math Ed. Mathematics Education Faculty Department of Mathematics and Statistics (3) College of Education (3)
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What Makes It Work? Support from Mathematics Department administrators and faculty Active participation of interested mathematicians Strong program with high standards Leadership of mathematics education faculty Strong collaborations between the College of Education and Department of Mathematics math education faculty
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What Are the Benefits? Mathematicians and Mathematics Educators collaborate in: Supervising Ph.D. students in mathematics education Developing and implementing mathematics education courses and projects Writing proposals Mathematicians and Mathematics Educators engage in regular information exchange about issues of knowing and learning mathematics.
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Required Courses Ph.D. in Mathematics Sequence of Four 500-level Math Education Courses (12 hrs) Two 400-level Qualifier Sequences
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