The Mathematics Education programme provides professional development for educators interested in curriculum development, learning and teaching in mathematics education. The Programme is part of the Technology, Environmental, Mathematics and Science (TEMS) Education Centre, which offers professional development for graduates in technology, environmental, mathematics, science and education who are interested in pursuing postgraduate study in the TEMS group of subjects. Intending students should discuss their programme of study with the Director of the Centre.
| Prescriptions for the PGDip(MathsEd) and MEd |
Prescriptions for the PGDip(MathsEd) and MEd
To complete the Postgraduate Diploma in Mathematics Education, students must take 120 points at 500 level, including a mathematics education paper taken from the following list, a directed study in mathematics education, an educational research methods paper, and a further paper in either mathematics or education.
|DSOE557 - 14A (HAM), 14A (BTG), 14B (NET) & 14S (HAM) - Research Methods|
|DSOE590 - 14D (TGA), 14D (NET) & 14D (HAM) - Directed Study|
|MSTE501 - 14B (NET) - Mathematics Education|
|MSTE502 - 14A (TGA) & 14A (HAM) - Acquiring Numeracy: How Thinking Develops|
|MSTE503 - 14C (BLK) & 14D (BLK) - Numeracy in the Classroom: Issues and Practice|
|MSTE504 - 14C (BLK) - Numeracy Difficulties: Issues and Practice|
|MSTE590 - 14A (HAM), 14B (TGA), 14C (NET), 14C (HAM) & 14S (BLK) - Directed Study|
|MSTE592 - 14A (HAM), 14B (TGA), 14C (NET), 14C (HAM) & 14Y (BLK) - Dissertation|
|PCSS502 - 14B (HAM) & 14C (BLK) - Kaupapa Maori Research|
Current information as of 22 November 2013 1:11pm