Ch 5: Creating Math Learning Environments

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Refresh your understanding of math course planning and development with help from this informative chapter. Our video and text lessons and multiple-choice quizzes outline these elementary math topics clearly in a mobile-friendly format so you can complete an assignment or just learn more about this subject.

Creating Math Learning Environments - Chapter Summary

Our interesting chapter outlines math course planning and development for your review. You'll review the creation of an inclusive, mathematically rich environment that fosters learning and methods for planning math instruction. The quiz following each lesson makes a great exercise ahead of an important test so you can see how you might do. If you have any questions, contact one of our helpful instructors. After finishing this chapter, you should understand how to:

  • Understand how to create a mathematically rich environment and language-rich mathematics classroom
  • Discuss the three-way principle of mathematics
  • Write an effective syllabus for a math course
  • Define curriculum
  • Use standards to create math curriculum
  • Utilize quality materials and strategies during your instructional planning
  • Plan instruction using concept maps
  • Recognize the elements and characteristics of a successful lesson plan
  • Create lesson plans templates and effective math lessons
  • Make math relevant to students

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