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Patterns and Relationships (k - 2)

MAT-922
3 Credits
Online
4.96/5.00

Discover how to use hands-on materials, real-world problem-solving and playful activities to support number concepts while introducing students to the building blocks of Algebra. This course will help you extend primary students' experiences with numbers through the use of patterning, number relationships, and graphing. Course activities include the design and development of Common Core lessons and activities to promote algebraic thinking in primary grades. Teachers may complete this course with or without students.

NOTE: Required book must be acquired separately.

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Candi Reimer

Instructor
As a beginning mathematics teacher at an urban high school, I quickly realized that drawing on student interests and experiences was essential to engaged learning. This insight has guided my work in education as a K-12 instructional coach, a developer of mathematics curriculum, and an instructor of professional development. My courses aim to create space for teachers to gather around relevant ideas and practical experiences as they deepen their knowledge and professional practice. Course topics reflect the concerns and curiosities of practicing teachers, equipping them to directly apply learning to classroom teaching. I value the diverse perspectives that Fresno Pacific University students bring to the learning community, and I hope that participants in my courses will be as inspired as I have been by the ideas and dialogue generated here.