This course lays the groundwork for all the Vermont Mathematics Initiative courses that follow. A major theme is understanding algebra and arithmetic through language. The objective is to provide a solid conceptual understanding of the operations of arithmetic, as well as the interrelationships among arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. Topics include arithmetic vs. algebra; solving equations; place value and the history of counting; inverse processes; the geometry of multiplication; the many faces of division; rational vs. irrational numbers and the one-dimensional geometry of numbers. All of the topics in this course are taught in the context of the mathematics curriculum in grades K-6.
Susan Ojala ()
Dates: Jun 17 - July 7, 2013 (pre-reading work on your own); Jul 8 - 12 meets on campus MTWRF 8 - 5; VMI course; Permission required; Fee: $472.00 per credit.
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