Develop Your Expertise in Mathematics to Facilitate Students' Understanding of Mathematics
The Elementary Mathematics Certificate Program is a 15-credit program for the development of Elementary Mathematics specialists. This program follows a professional learning community model, with online learning opportunities to support elementary teachers' engagement and empowerment.
Through this program, you will acquire the habits of mind of a mathematical thinker and use mathematical practices to improve instruction in the elementary classroom. Enhance your content knowledge in Numbers & Operations, Algebraic Thinking, Measurement & Data, and Geometry.
Classes meet at Carroll University's Center for Graduate Studies
Courses are specially timed in summer with weekly or weekend delivery options during fall and spring terms
The following courses compose the graduate level requirements for the Elementary Mathematics Certificate:
EDU618: Mathematical Reasoning and Leadership for Elementary Specialists: K-5 Learning Trajectories (3 credits)
EDU619: Numbers and Operations: K-5 Mathematical Tasks (3 credits)
EDU627: Algebraic Reasoning: K-5 Discourse and Questioning (3 credits)
EDU628: Measurement and Data: K-5 Equity and Technology (3 credits)
EDU629: Geometry and Spatial Reasoning: K-5 Assessment (3 credits)
Contact us for more information about this Graduate Education Program, our Admission process, or for any other question you may have.