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MATHEMATICS FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

General ElectivePre-College & Prerequisite

Course Description
A course for early childhood educators focusing on math concepts appropriate for young children. Topics include patterns, sequencing, classifying, number systems and computation, functions, geometry, measurement, and basic concepts from statistics and probability. Interactive, activity-based methods are used guided by national mathematics education standards. Emphasizes conceptual understanding, connections among topics, and communication of mathematical thinking.

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Contact Hours

Prerequisite

Credits: 5.0

Lecture: 50
Total: 50
MATH 050 with a grade of at least 2.0 or placement test score above MATH 050 or instructor’s permission.

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