Math Foundations Program Outcomes

The Master of Arts in Mathematical Foundations Program produces teaching candidates who are:

  1. Qualified to teach elementary and middle school;
  2. Competent in pedagogy;
  3. Caring professionals;
  4. Technologically proficient;
  5. Culturally responsive to the needs of diverse learners;
  6. Reflective practitioners who embrace the concept of lifelong learning;
  7. Prepared to obtain their instructional middle school mathematics certification from the New Jersey Department of Education.

Educational objectives

Upon completion of the program, Mathematical Foundations teaching candidates will:

  1. Implement research-based best practices in effective instruction to increase mathematics achievement of all students;
  2. Develop and deliver instruction that incorporates the process and content Common Core State Standards in Mathematics;
  3. Continuously assess students and use student data to differentiate instruction based upon student needs;
  4. Integrate technology into the mathematics curriculum.

 

Includes New Jersey’s Only All-Online Option for Mathematics Educators

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For questions or to explore this program's opportunities, please contact:

Dr. Lina S. Wall
Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education
Program Coordinator
Peter Sammartino School of Education
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Email: lwall@fdu.edu
Phone: (201) 692-2834