Education Graduate certificates provide candidates with eligibility endorsements to an Alaska teaching certificate. All course work must be completed within a seven-year period immediately preceding the date the graduate certificate is granted. Graduate certificates are granted by the University of Alaska Southeast; UAS provides the institutional recommendation to the student to submit to the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development for endorsement.
The Mathematics Education K-5 Certificate is a culturally responsive program designed to provide K-5 teachers with a deeper understanding of mathematical content and pedagogy. This program emphasizes nontraditional, hands-on methods and approaches providing both rigor and pedagogy. It is designed to help teachers develop a deeper understanding of the mathematics they teach, build their mathematical knowledge, and develop the habits of mind of a mathematical thinker and problem solver. Topics addressed include: problem solving; numeration and operations; algebra and functions; geometry and measurement; data analysis; statistics and probability; and the use of technology for teaching and learning mathematics. Problem Solving, Reasoning, Communication, and Connections as emphasized in state and national standards will be incorporated in all courses in the program. It is expected that those enrolled in the program will complete it in 18 months.
- Virgil Fredenberg
- Professor of Education
- Phone: 796-6082
Requirements (2014-2015 Catalog)
|Minimum Credit Hours||18|
|EDMA||S608||Mathematical Problem Solving: An Overview for K-8 Teachers||3|
|EDMA||S614||Numeration and Operations: Math Content and Pedagogy for K-8 teachers||3|
|EDMA||S654||Algebra and Functions: Math Content and Pedagogy for K-8 Teachers||3|
|EDMA||S655||Geometry and Measurement: Math Content and Pedagogy for K-8 Teachers||3|
|EDMA||S656||Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability: Math Content and Pedagogy for K-8 Teachers||3|
|EDMA||S658||Technology for Teaching and Learning Mathematics||3|