AY 2012-2013 Student Learning Outcomes

1. Candidates apply the process of mathematical problem solving.

2. Candidates construct and evaluate mathematical arguments and proofs.

3. Candidates explain and defend their mathematical thinking.

4. Candidates identify and apply mathematics in a variety of contexts.

5. Candidates create, apply, and translate mathematical representations.

6. Candidates select and make use of appropriate technological tools.

7. Candidates demonstrate a positive disposition toward mathematical processes and mathematical learning.

8. Candidates demonstrate knowledge of mathematical pedagogy.

9. Candidates analyze and explain the mathematics that underlies the properties and procedures used for operations on various sets of numbers.

10. Candidates examine relationships among quantities including functions, represent mathematical relationships, and analyze change.

11. Candidates use spatial visualization and geometric modeling to examine and analyze geometric shapes, structures, and their properties.

12. Candidates apply the concepts and demonstrate procedural facility in calculus.

13. Candidates apply the fundamental ideas of discrete mathematics in the formulation and solution of problems.

14. Candidates design investigations, use appropriate data collection methods, test conjectures, display data and interpret results.

15. Candidates apply and use measurement concepts and tools.

16. Candidates complete field-based experiences in mathematics classrooms.