NMSSI's Graduate Courses for Secondary Teachers

2012 NMSSI Course Locations for Secondary Teachers
2012 NMSSI Course Locations for Secondary Teachers

NMSSI's Graduate Courses for Secondary Teachers

As a result of the NeSA-M, Nebraska's first statewide mathematics assessment, mathematics teachers at all grade levels are looking for new learning opportunities that support them in offering high quality mathematics courses to their students. The Nebraska Math and Science Summer Institutes (NMSSI) offer graduate mathematics and pedagogy courses using a teacher-friendly delivery model that helps teachers respond to this challenge.

Please encourage teachers in your middle or high school to consider registering for a course by forwarding to them this email highlighting courses for grades 6-8, 6-12 or 9-12, or send them to our website, http://scimath.unl.edu/nmssi, where they can browse the course catalog.

Courses offered at nine locations across the state are described in the three articles below. Teachers can apply for the NMSSI Fellowship to assist them with the cost of tuition. The fellowship application site is the last step in the enrollment process, which can be found summarized in four simple steps on our Web page: http://scimath.unl.edu/nmssi.

Contact Lindsay Augustyn at Laugustyn2@unl.edu or 402-472-8979 with any questions.

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Grades 6-8: Seven Course Locations

MATH 802T: Functions, Algebra and Geometry will be offered in Auburn, Holdrege, Lincoln and North Platte. MATH 804T: Experimentation, Conjecture and Reasoning will be offered in Columbus and Lincoln. MATH 808T: Concepts of Calculus will be held in Omaha. For details: Continue reading…

Grades 9-12: Offered in Lincoln or Omaha

MATH 807: Mathematics for High School Teachers, MATH 810T: Algebra for Algebra Teachers, MATH 811T: Functions for High School Teachers, MATH 812T: Geometry for Geometry Teachers, MATH 896: Mathematical Modeling for High School Teachers and STAT 892: Statistics for High School Teachers. For details: Continue reading…

Originally published April 18, 2012 - Submit an Item