3 Graduate Credits for $385 or Audit for $199 - You Choose!
(all course materials included)
Explore the latest brain research and its impact for teaching mathematics at all grade levels. The course will delve into the cognitive mechanisms for learning math and the environmental and developmental factors that contribute to math difficulties. Learn how to plan effective mathematics lessons with a host of brain-compatible strategies. (Note: $15 additional materials fee applies.)
Goals and Objectives: As a result of participation in this course, students will be able to:
- Understand how the brain encodes, manipulates, stores, and retrieves information.
- Understand the important role the following concepts play in learning: elaborate rehearsal, primacy-recency effect, cognitive closure.
- Learn how critical number sense is in the development of math skills.
- Apply their learning and create meaningful mathematics lessons.
What your colleagues are saying about this course:
“My objective of taking the course was salary advancement but I was delighted that I learned a ton of very interesting things that I am already using in my classroom with success!”