Maximize Math Module 3
This is a graduate level class. However, undergraduate credit is available upon request. There are no changes in content, price, or expectations.
This course is based on 4 course sessions taught in regional locations to groups of early childhood educators. The Department of Education has published new Early Learning Standards for all the disciplines including math. Standards are new for the early childhood community to be thinking about as they plan curriculum. In this course, the standards for math will be understood as a framework along with developmentally and culturally appropriate practices. In this module, early childhood educators will think deeply about the opportunities and support that they provide children to mathematically approach situations involving: organizing and analyzing numeric information (operations and data analysis), grouping items systematically (algebra), and measuring. Finally, participants will reflect on their classrooms as a whole, recognizing that all areas of mathematics are interconnected and can be supported in multiple ways when the early educator can recognize math in action in young children's world.
Before registering for Ashland University credit, you must visit www.ecqnet.org for specific registration m site and time information for all Pre-K/K SIRI classes. If this site does not provide registration information call 1-800-678-6352
In order to receive a grade (S) please fax your certificate of completion to 440-366-4066 or email it to email@example.com.
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