At Mathematics Education programme of Brigham Young University graduates demonstrate understanding of research methods in mathematics education by showing they can a) locate an interesting and important problem; b) conduct a literature review to situate the problem; c) develop a conceptual framework; d) establish focused research questions; e) choose and implement appropriate methods for collecting and analyzing data; f) address issues of research quality such as validity, reliability, and significance; and g) effectively communicate their work both orally and in writing.
Students at Mathematics Education programme of Brigham Young University will:
- be able to analyze topics from school mathematics in the context of the literature on students' mathematical thinking,
- meaningfully apply research on teaching and learning mathematics in their teaching, and use scholarly inquiry as a lens to reflect on that teaching.
- Issues in Learning Mathematics
- Scholarly Inquiry in Mathematics Education
- 12 months
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- Credit equivalent to a BS in Mathematics Education at BYU
- State teacher certification
- Statement of Intent
- Application - Submit an application by the program deadline
- $50 non-refundable application fee
- Honor Code Commitment and Ecclesiastical Endorsement
- Receive at least a 3.0 grade-point average in the cumulative undergraduate GPA from a regionally accredited university in the United States, or a comprehensive grade-point average of 3.0 from an equivalent university outside the United States.
- Evidence of Bachelor’s Degree and Transcripts
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