Description: Two online courses are being offered by Rutgers-Newark Department of Urban Education. The courses are part of a National Science Foundation-funded research project that aims to investigate the influence of computer-supported mathematics discourse on students’ mathematical performance. During the 2013-2014 school year, the eMath Project will offer the following two-course sequence of graduate online courses for middle and high school mathematics teachers:
1. Collaboration and Dynamic Mathematics in Middle and High Schools (26:300:533)
2. Studying Learning and Teaching in Online, Dynamic Mathematical Environments (26:300:534)
Each is a three-credit course, meeting online, and offered respectively from September 3 through December 23, 2013 and from January 21 through May 14, 2014.
Participants in the courses must be teaching mathematics during the 2013-2014 school year. One-half tuition for the first course will be stipend/reimbursed upon successful completion of the first course, and full tuition for the second course will be stipend/reimbursed upon successful completion of the second course.
Date: Fall 2013: September 3-December 23, 2013. Spring 2014: January 21-May 14, 2014.
Contact: Loretta Grisi
Online registration: yes
Downloadable form: yes
Registration deadline: August 20, 2013