• K-5 Math Student

    K-5 Mathematics Certificate

    Refine your mathematics instruction.

    Your students' success is linked both to your knowledge of how students think mathematically and your ability to shape questions and conversations around mathematical ideas.

    Utilizing standards for elementary math specialists developed by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Hamline’s K-5 Mathematics certificate prepares educators who seek to expand their proficiency in math instruction, including K-5 classroom teachers, those who are or are preparing to be math instructional coaches, gifted and talented, Title I, basic skills, and special education professionals.

    Why Hamline?

    With a K-5 Mathematics Certificate from Hamline, you will:

    • Learn and apply research-based developmental frameworks and learning trajectories for the K-5 learner.
    • Develop and implement the instructional dispositions and discourse practices of professional noticing—attending, interpreting, and responding to learners.
    • Explore the critical mathematical concepts that K-5 students need to learn and be able to identify content relationships with middle and high school standards.
    • Refine and implement reflective practices in order to analyze one’s own instructional decision making.

    Program Overview

    Structure: Cohort model, on campus with an off-campus summer school lab-class practicum
    Time to Complete: 11 months
    Program Begins: Once per year in fall term.
    Curriculum: 3 courses, 12 credits
    Cost: View current tuition rates

    Now accepting applications for fall 2015.

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    Contact a Graduate Admission counselor and request information to learn more about how you can pursue a K-5 Mathematics Certificate.

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    About the Program

    Expand their proficiency in math instruction with a certificate in K-5 Mathematics.

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