Mathematics Teaching with Technology

Mathematics Teaching with Technology
Examining and learning to use technological tools that illustrate and clarify mathematical concepts and assist in solving problems involving algorithms, number theory, functions, and geometric constructions and transformations. Using technology tools to investigate modeling, highlight mathematical relationships, and motivate proof.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesMATH 313 & MATH 362
 TaughtFall, Winter, Summer
Course Outcomes


Students have a deep understanding of select central concepts in secondary mathematics as well as core representations, canonical examples, and alternative algorithms germane to teaching these select concepts.

Mathematical Exploration with Technology

Students can use technology to engage in meaningful mathematical exploration and can reflect on their own learning to make inferences about how adolescents learn mathematics with technology.

Mathematical Communication

Students can articulate and represent their mathematical thinking in technological environments in ways that are appropriate for their intended audience.

Instructional Design and Technology

Students understand the affordances and constraints of technology in teaching mathematics and can apply this knowledge to design learning opportunities involving the use of technology to support adolescents' mathematical learning.