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    Eastern Michigan University
  Jan 19, 2018

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MATH 110E - Mathematical Reasoning: Applications for Elementary School Teachers (Gen Ed Area II)

An introduction to quantitative reasoning, with the aim of developing the capacity to comprehend and analyze the quantitative information that is prevalent in modern society. Topics include mathematical modeling, basic probability and statistics, geometry and practical applications for elementary education majors.

Credit Hours: 3 hrs
Prerequisite: Placement or (at least a C in either of the following courses:   or MATH 098B), or (passing grade in any of the following courses:  ,  ,  ,  , or  )
Major Restrictions: Enrollment in Elementary Education Intent or Elementary Education or Special Education for Elementary

Area II: Quantitative Reasoning

MATH 110E Mathematical Reasoning: Applications for Elementary School Teachers (Elementary Education majors only) [was MATH 109]
This course will provide students with ways to approach the quantitative information that they are certain to encounter in later coursework at Eastern Michigan University throughout their careers, and in daily life. The emphasis is on learning methods for comprehending, analyzing and using quantitative information and on techniqes for using data to inform decisions about real world events and problems.

In addition, MATH110E is specifically designed to meet the needs of students that are looking toward becoming elementary school teachers. While the content of this class mirrors that of

 , the examples, applications and projects are deisgned to help you make connections to the K-5 classroom and help you to begin to think about how you will teach young children to make sense of some beginning mathematical concepts.
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