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Angie
Major Program of Study
Mathematics

My Courses

2022 Spring – MEDU 3000 – Mathematics of the Secondary School Curriculum – Reitz

2022 Spring – MEDU 3000 – Mathematics of the Secondary School Curriculum – Reitz

The course examines the content of the secondary school mathematics curriculum from an advanced perspective. Pedagogical content knowledge is examined in discussions of mathematical concept representations, student errors, and the design of activities. Logo created with free online image editor Pixlr.com.

MEDU2901 D702, Spring 2022

MEDU2901 D702, Spring 2022

Peer Leader Training in Mathematics

2021 Fall – MAT 2571 – Introduction to Proofs – Reitz

2021 Fall – MAT 2571 – Introduction to Proofs – Reitz

MAT 2571 prepares students for an advanced mathematics curriculum by providing a foundation to proofs in abstract mathematics. Topics include propositional and first order logic, axiomatic approach to number theory, set theory, and abstract properties of relations, with a particular emphasis on number theory. The course focuses on the processes of mathematical argumentation and reasoning, deduction, and discovery.

ARCH and ENG FYLC F2020

ARCH and ENG FYLC F2020

This is the First Year Learning Community bringing together ARCH 1101 and ENG 1101 in Fall 2020. ARCH 1101, Introduction to Architecture: Understanding architecture is achieved by developing a visual literacy of New York City’s built environment. Using the city as a living laboratory, students explore concepts of design, composition, and construction by sketching and writing about their direct experience of buildings. Focus workshops on freehand drawing techniques, basic drafting skills, graphic standards, 2D and 3D composition, writing about buildings and their construction, and reading architectural drawings are central to this course. Students develop graphic skills and the basic foundation to talk, write, and graphically express architecture and its construction. ENG 1101, English Composition 1, is a course in effective essay writing and basic research techniques, including use of the library. College-level readings are assigned for class-wide discussion and as a basis for writing projects.

My Projects

Honors Scholars Program Modules

Honors Scholars Program Modules

In this series of modules designed for City Tech Honors Scholars, you will be provided with information about academic conference presentations. You can expect to learn how to present your project and research to others. Topics covered include poster formatting, public speaking, panel presentations, and more.

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