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Integrated Mathematics III for Middle and High School Teachers

MATH 643 is the third course in a sequence of four courses that integrates big topics of mathematics. The process of moving through these integrated topics of mathematics enables teachers to deepen their own understanding of math, make connections between the different topics within math, and make connections to what they will teach in their own classrooms. The intention is to simultaneously deepen understanding of mathematics while reminding graduate students of what it feels like to have productive struggle in a math class. This third integrated math course investigates calculus, both differential and integral, and their use in solving physical problems, and explores both continuous and discontinuous functions and their connection to real world phenomena. Prerequisites: MATH 641; MATH 642; Pending Approval of the Curriculum Committee.