- Understanding children's understandings of mathematics & managing the learning environment
- Thinking mathematically & assessments
- Planning, teaching and assessing for mathematics
- Exploring patterns: teaching strategies, including technology, assessments and resources
- Statistics and probability: teaching strategies, including technology, assessments and resources
- Geometry: teaching strategies, including technology, assessments and resources Race, ethnicity and diversity
- Measurement: teaching strategies, including technology, assessments and resources
- Number concepts and place value: teaching strategies including technology, assessments and resources
- Number sense and calculator usage: teaching strategies, including technology, assessments and resources
- Early fraction knowledge: teaching strategies, assessments and resources
- Planning for diverse abilities and needs in mathematics
- Planning an integrated program with mathematics
- Connecting planning, resources, and mathematical understandings
- Standard Media
- Web links
- Embedded Multimedia
- Chat Rooms
- Online assignment submission
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Online Assessment
- Printable format materials
- Resources and Links
You cannot enrol in this unit if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
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This subject was previously known as EDE242 Mathematics for the Early Years.
The focus of this subject is on making connections between what young children know about mathematics, what children need to know and the role of the educator in developing children’s mathematical understanding. This includes identification of children’s knowledge and developing and using assessment and intervention strategies. The subject is an introduction to social constructivist learning of mathematics and social cultural theory of learning and their application to early childhood learning environments. The subject develops educator knowledge of mathematics content areas; number, algebra, geometry, measurement and statistics and probability. There is a strong emphasis on integrating mathematics into everyday teaching.
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- Report on Mathematical Content Knowledge (50%)
- Case Study on Assessment and Planning (50%)