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|SUBJ NUM||Title||Sustainable||Units||Semester Offered||Course Flags|
|MTHE 601||Research in Mathematics Education||3.0||SM|
Prerequisites: Admission to a master's degree program in mathematics education or permission of instructor.|
This course will examine research in mathematics education that includes areas of teaching, learning, curriculum, and socio-cultural context. Selected research will be critically reviewed for research design and claims. In a culminating project, students will conduct a review on a specific topic in math education research literature. This is a required course in the MA and MS programs in mathematics education. 3 hours seminar. (005929)
|MTHE 680||Research Methods in Science Education.||3.0||INQ|
Prerequisites: Admission to master's degree program in science teaching, NSCT 687, faculty permission.|
This course is also offered as NSCT 680 .
The course focuses on quantitative and qualitative methods to conduct research in science education that informs and strengthens their classroom practice. Successful completion of the course requires students to develop a research proposal. 9 hours supervision. (005930)
|MTHE 690||Thesis/Project Writing Seminar||1.0 -3.0||FS|
Prerequisites: MTHE 680.|
Formulation and pursuit, with supervision, of advanced projects and theses. The emphasis is on planning, reading, discussing, and evaluating student's manuscript-in-progress. This is a required couse in the MA and MS programs in mathematics education. 3 hours seminar. You may take this course more than once for a maximum of 3.0 units. (005931)