Algebra: Introducing Algebraic Reasoning
Course Dates: April 29 to June 14, 2013
Research suggests that math topics, including algebra, should be taught at all levels, not just when a student is ready for GED preparation. In this course, you'll learn how to introduce algebraic reasoning to your students, and you'll experiment with strategies for teaching numeric patterns, relationships, and functions based on real-life situations. You'll also explore strategies to help students model quantitative relationships using graphs, tables, words, and equations. By the end of the course, you will be able to
- use strategies for introducing pre-algebra concepts
- explore, identify, analyze, and extend patterns in various contexts
- describe and represent numbers using words, tables, rules, and equations
- recognize and use algebraic symbols to model mathematical and contextual situations
- analyze change in various qualitative contexts
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