- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 127
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
Eligible for Credit: Yes
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Course SummaryEducation 211 has been evaluated and recommended for 3 semester hours and may be transferred to over 2,000 colleges and universities. With this self-paced course, you get engaging lessons, expert instructors who make even the most challenging education topics simple, and an excellent resource for getting a head start on your degree.
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Course Practice TestCheck your knowledge of this course with a 50-question practice test.
- Comprehensive test covering all topics
- Detailed video explanations for wrong answers
Upon completion of the course, you will be able to:
differentiate math instruction, educate students on geometry and basic statistics, and teach algebraic thinking.
Your grade for this course will be calculated out of 300 points. The minimum score required to pass and become eligible for college credit for this course is 210 points, or an overall course grade of 70%. The table below shows the assignments you must complete and how they'll be incorporated into the overall grade.
|Proctored Final Exam||200|
Quizzes are meant to test your comprehension of each lesson as you progress through the course. Here's a breakdown of how you will be graded on quizzes and how they'll factor into your final score:
- You will have 3 attempts to take each quiz for a score.
- The highest score of your first 3 attempts will be recorded as your score for each quiz.
- When you've completed the course, the highest scores from your first 3 attempts at each quiz will be averaged together and weighed against the total possible points for quizzes. For instance, if your average quiz score is 85%, you'll receive 85 out of 100 possible points for quizzes.
- After your initial 3 attempts, you can take a quiz for practice as many times as you'd like.
- You will need to pass each quiz with a score of at least 80% to earn course progress for the lesson. However, it is not necessary to earn 80% within the first three quiz attempts.
Proctored Final Exam
The proctored final exam is a cumulative test designed to ensure that you've mastered the material in the course.
- You'll earn points equivalent to the percentage grade you receive on your proctored final. (So if you earn 90% on the final, that's 90 points toward your final grade.)
- If you're unsatisfied with your score on the exam, you'll be eligible to retake the exam after a 3-day waiting period.
- You can only retake the exam twice, so be sure to use your study guide and fully prepare yourself before you take the exam again.
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- Blank scratch paper
- Pen or pencil
- A non-graphing, scientific calculator (We'll provide you access to Desmos scientific calculator during the final exam.)
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- Office programs, web browsers, or any programs other than Software Secure (including Study.com lessons)
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- Mobile phones, headphones, speakers, TVs, or radios
- Notebooks or notes
- Graphing calculators
Upon completion of the course, you will be able to:
- Establish a classroom environment that is conducive to learning mathematics.
- Apply pedagogical knowledge in a math course.
- Create and employ assessments that test and prove students' learned knowledge.
- Define course standards and develop effective and engaging lessons for elementary math courses
- Outline curriculum that addresses course standards.
- Explain, demonstrate, and apply elementary-level math concepts with real-world, educational examples.
- Choose appropriate instructional strategies for teaching a variety of math concepts.
- Assess different student learning styles and progress, and use the results to determine how to improve student achievement.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Education 211 consists of short video lessons that are organized into topical chapters. Each video is approximately 5-10 minutes in length and comes with a quick quiz to help you measure your learning. The course is completely self-paced. Watch lessons on your schedule whenever and wherever you want.
At the end of each chapter, you can complete a chapter test to see if you're ready to move on or have some material to review. Once you've completed the entire course, take the practice test and use the study tools in the course to prepare for the proctored final exam. You may take the proctored final exam whenever you are ready.
How Credit Recommendations Work
This course has been evaluated and recommended by ACE for 3 semester hours in the lower division baccalaureate degree category. To apply for transfer credit, follow these steps:
- If you already have a school in mind, check with the registrar to see if the school will grant credit for courses recommended by ACE.
- Complete Education 211 by watching video lessons and taking short quizzes.
- Take the Education 211 final exam directly on the Study.com site.
- Request a transcript to be sent to the accredited school of your choice!
- Check out this page for more information on Study.com's credit-recommended courses.
|Instructional Strategies for Math Teachers||Explains how to teach math vocabulary and math facts. Discusses different forms of instruction and ways to educate students facing learning challenges. Describes strategies and techniques for the math classroom like the use of visuals, activities and questions.|
|Understanding Math Standards||Defines Common Core standards, lists principles and standards of Common Core math instruction, and discusses the basics of teaching to course standards.|
|Math Course Planning & Development||Examines ways to create math learning environments, syllabi for math courses, math curriculum, lesson plan templates and math lessons. Explains the three-way principle of mathematics, the basics of curriculum, instructional planning and the use of concept maps.|
|Assessments for Teaching Math||Discusses types of assessments, qualities of good assessments, and ways to develop math assessments. Explains how to prepare and write clear directions for educational assessments, improve math instruction through assessments and collaborate with teachers on curricular and assessment issues.|
|Educational Resources for Teaching Math||Details how educational resources like technology, drills, games, apps, manipulatives, word walls and other instructional materials can be used to teach math.|
|Counting & Cardinality in the Classroom||Examines the basics of teaching kids numeration, number sense and how to count. Shares strategies for teaching and assessing number recognition.|
|Teaching Mathematical Operations||Defines the properties of equality, regrouping in math, fact families and prime factorization. Explains how to teach factoring, use models to represent numbers and operations and write numerical expressions.|
|Algebraic Thinking in the Classroom||Explores how to teach reasoning and sense-making in math. Discusses estimation in math, Polya's four-step problem solving process and how to recognize and solve math patterns. Describes the use of mental math games and activities for studying patterns and relationships.|
|Teaching Base 10 & Fractions||Provides an overview of Base 10 blocks. Explains how to add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions and mixed numbers, model fraction equivalents and use the number line for comparison purposes. Discusses how to use a place chart in the classroom and teach decimal and fraction operations.|
|Teaching Standard & Metric Measurements||Describes standard unit of measurement, common unit conversions and how to perform basic operations with measurements. Lists techniques for converting units in the standard and metric systems.|
|Teaching Time & Money||Provides an overview of elapsed time, and explains how to convert units of time. Describes how to solve problems with money, and offers strategies for teaching kids about money.|
|Teaching Geometry Basics||Defines 2D and 3D shapes, and discusses ways to identify parallel and perpendicular lines in geometric shapes. Describes symmetry and vertices in polygons, and lists types of four-sided polygons. Explains how to draw points, segments, lines and rays, and shares ideas for teaching geometry for the real world.|
|Geometric Measurements in the Classroom||Offers games, activities, practice problems and strategies for educating students on the measurement of perimeter, volume, surface area, angles, and more.|
|Teaching Graphical Data Identification||Explains how to read and interpret bar and line graphs, represent data through picture graphs, organize data with charts and graphs and use tables and graphs in the real world.|
|Teaching the Coordinate Plane||Shares the definition of a coordinate plane, discusses ordered pairs on the coordinate plane, and offers coordinate plane activities and games.|
|Teaching Basic Statistics & Probability||Describes how to select measures of center and variability for data and compare center and variability measurements of two data sets. Discusses central tendency and how to calculate mean, median, mode and range. Defines probability, theoretical probability and experimental probability.|
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Before taking the exam, all of the following requirements must be met:
|A College Accelerator Study.com membership.|
|Completed all lessons in Education 211: Teaching Elementary Math course and achieved 100% Quiz Progress.|
|Not attempted to take this exam within the last three days.|
|Have available proctored exams in this month of membership.|
|Have not taken this exam three times. (0/3)|
|Complete the exam readiness quiz.|
Please meet all of the pre-requirements in the Pre-Exam Checklist in order to take the exam.
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