SEED 7455T Seminar in Applied Theory and Research in Middle School Mathematics Education

45 plus conference; 3 credits

Formulation, development, and implementation of an original action research or teaching experiment project that includes review of related research, detailed documentation of the experimental lessons, analysis and interpretation of findings, and reflection on the implications of these for improving classroom practice. Connecting action research results to improving instruction, with particular focus on developing fluency in mathematical language (spoken, written, and diagrammatic) in inclusion and culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms. Current issues, professional development, and leadership in mathematics education. Not open to all students who have taken EDUC 7455T.

Prerequisite: SEED 7454T


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