TEACHING MATHEMATICAL THINKING, Grades 6-9, Region 1, June 17-21, 2019, University of Idaho, Monday, 17. June 2019

Teaching Mathematical Thinking (TMT) is University of Idaho's State Department of Education approved version of MTI. 
This course provides an opportunity to study fundamental mathematical theory underlying the content area of number and operation and student reasoning of number and operation topics within a framework of a student-centered, problem-based classroom. Topics will include number systems, ways of representing numbers, meanings of operations and how they relate to one another, and computation within the number system as a foundation for algebra. Pedagogical topics will focus on attending to student thinking and reasoning through the use of discourse and questioning, professional noticing, and the effective use of manipulatives or other mathematical tools.
REGISTRATION: There is no cost to register for the TMT course, simply click on the 'reserve' button to enroll. Official registration will occur upon completion of course requirements. There is no need for paper tickets or to print this email, your name will be on a guest list.
COURSE FEE: There is a mandatory $180 fee associated with the TMT course. It provides course materials and three (3) Continuing Education credits.  Discussion of registration procedures will occur on the first day of class.
DATES/TIMES: This TMT course will be held Monday-Friday, June 17-21, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at North Idaho College, Molstead 264. There are no meals provided, please bring a lunch so that we can take a quick break and finish earlier than our scheduled release time.
WAITLIST: When the tickets for this course are "SOLD OUT," simply click on the 'Add Me to the Waitlist' button, enter your information, and you will automatically be notified via email once an opening is available. 
QUESTIONS: Please call or email your questions to Abe Wallin at (208) 292-2514 or irmc@uidaho.edu.

Monday, 17. June 2019, University of Idaho, TEACHING MATHEMATICAL THINKING, Grades 6-9, Region 1, June 17-21, 2019

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