Ch 2: CEOE Earth Science: Mathematics, Science & Technology

About This Chapter

Technology is a key aspect of advancing the studies of math and science. These relationships will be explored in this chapter in order to prepare you for the CEOE Earth Science exam.

CEOE Earth Science: Mathematics, Science & Technology - Chapter Summary

Advances in design and software have made the relationship between math and science studies incredibly easy. This set of video lessons in the CEOE Earth Science review course looks at the foundations of these relationships while you prepare to take this exam. As well as addressing the importance of STEM education, you will be reviewing the following topics:

  • Earth and space science and STEM
  • Math and science in technological design
  • Software that helps solve problems
  • Math models and problem solving
  • Unifying themes and relationships in science
  • Relationships in physical and life sciences

These video lessons all come equipped with a timeline feature that allows you to seamlessly move back and forth in each lesson at your own pace, without worrying about skipping past any content. In addition, these lessons can all be viewed on mobile devices with ease, enabling you to pick up where you left off while on the go.

CEOE Earth Science: Mathematics, Science & Technology Chapter Objectives

The Certification Examination for Oklahoma Educators (CEOE) Earth Science exam is given to all teachers for public schools in the state of Oklahoma interested in becoming certified to teach related courses. Questions on technology in math and science can be found on the Foundations of Scientific Inquiry section of this exam, which is divided into two parts: one multiple-choice section (thirteen percent of the test), and one question in constructed-response (fifteen percent of the test).

6 Lessons in Chapter 2: CEOE Earth Science: Mathematics, Science & Technology
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
What Is STEM Education? - Definition, Importance & Standards

1. What Is STEM Education? - Definition, Importance & Standards

STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math. Learn more about what STEM education is, why it is important and explore standards associated with STEM. A short quiz follows the lesson.

Earth & Space Science: Relationship with STEM

2. Earth & Space Science: Relationship with STEM

Learn what earth and space science is and how that fits into the wider category of STEM subjects. Take a quiz and see how well you understand the relationship between the two.

The Role of Math & Science in Technological Design

3. The Role of Math & Science in Technological Design

Math and science play an important part in solving technical problems. In this lesson, learn how both of these fields are used in the real world to solve technical problems.

Using Mathematical Models to Solve Problems

4. Using Mathematical Models to Solve Problems

Mathematical modeling simply refers to the creation of mathematical formulas to represent a real world problem in mathematical terms. This lesson reviews the creation and pitfalls of mathematical models.

Unifying Themes, Principles & Relationships in Science

5. Unifying Themes, Principles & Relationships in Science

Learn the true definition of science and explore the main themes and principles to understand how science helps us find relationships in the natural world. Take a quiz to test what you know.

Relationships Between Physical & Life Sciences

6. Relationships Between Physical & Life Sciences

After completing this lesson, you will be able to explain the differences between physical and life sciences, and how they overlap in certain fields. A short quiz will follow.

Chapter Practice Exam
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