Prerequisites: admission to the middle childhood education program and a grade of C or greater in MATH 3380 or MATH 3383. Problem solving, organizing data, averages and variation, regression and correlation, probability theory, normal distributions, sampling distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing involving one population, inferences about differences, proportional reasoning, technology, and historical developments in probability and statistics. Includes mathematics content, teaching techniques, mathematics manipulatives, and technology. Emphasis throughout the course is on problem solving, reasoning, communication, and connections. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory. Three credit hours.
- Course credit hours: 3