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January 30 2005 This site is one that celebrates the beauty fun of Mathematics Look around and you will find information about Math at Boissevain High School cool math links and information about the SY Math Methods Course at Brandon

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Applied Mathematics is one of two curricula available for students to pursue post secondary studies in mathematics and science The other is Pre Calculus Mathematics The Applied Mathematics curriculum is particularly suited to students planning to enter science engineering or the high tech world of work All of the Applied Mathematics courses are heavily data driven and promote the learning of numerical and geometrical problem solving techniques Students collect data in experiments and activities and develop mathematics concepts by analyzing that data Applied Mathematics students are encouraged to learn and demonstrate effective communication skills in a variety of media They are expected to develop both oral and written communication Applied Mathematics is designed to promote student flexibility and responsibility Flexibility is encouraged by having students work individually and in cooperative groups and work on non routine problems and projects Responsibility is encouraged as students work independently and explore connections with other mathematical areas other school subjects and real life applications Technology is an integral part of Applied Mathematics Graphing calculators are used by students for mathematical explorations modeling and problem solving Spreadsheets with functions defined by the student are used extensively Students taking Applied Math are required to have a graphing calculator a TI 83 plus is recommended Mathematics Applied 20S Topics Spreadsheets Linear Models and Patterns 2D 3D Projects Relations and Functions Coordinate Geometry Measurement Technology Trigonometry Data Management and Analysis Mathematics Applied 30S Topics Personal Finance Technical Communication Budget Time Purchase and Investment Geometry of the Circle Data Management and Analysis Graphing and Systems of Linear Equations Precision Measurement Linear Programming Non Linear Functions Mathematics Applied 40S Topics Probability Variability and Statistical Analysis Matrix Modeling Vectors Applications of Periodic Functions Sequences Personal Finance Design and Measurement back to top Mathematics Consumer Stream Consumer Mathematics is intended for students

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curricula and their underlying goals and philosophies will be followed by an examination of various aspects of Math teaching including differentiated instruction resources assessment and evaluation planning and technology Students will have the opportunity to discuss issues and find and share resources The instruction will utilize a variety of methods including group work individual activities lectures and videos back to top Course Goals Upon completion of this course the student should be able to develop a personal philosophy for teaching mathematics that incorporates current theory and practice with personal experiences and personality be familiar with the foundations goals and content from several Manitoba Frameworks for Senior Mathematics develop an in depth unit plan for a specific collection of outcomes from a Manitoba Senior Math Framework using various and appropriate strategies and support materials describe various uses of technology in mathematics instruction be familiar with ideas from brain research and their application to teaching Mathematics name identify and explain a wide range of desirable goals learning outcomes and teaching strategies for mathematics instruction be familiar with and reflect on some of the questions issues facing Math education today back to top Course Resources Required first two are available at the bookstore Empowering the Beginning Teacher of Mathematics High School Edited by Michaele Chappell Jeffrey Chopin Jenny Salls National Council of Teachers of Mathematics NCTM 2004 Success For All Learners A Handbook on Differentiated Instruction Manitoba Education and Training 1996 Senior 1 to Senior 4 Mathematics Classroom Based Assessment Manitoba Education Training and Youth 2002 also a free PDF download at the MB Ed K 12 site url http www edu gov mb ca ks4 docs support mathassess s1 s4 index html or available on the CD of resources see below Recommended Curriculum Documents may be ordered at the bookstore they are

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