Sharon Rosenboom, M.S.
Instructor in Mathematics Education
M.S., Florida State University
B.A., Dordt College
VPH 311 A
As a member of the Northwestern College faculty since 2009, Professor Rosenboom teaches introductory mathematics courses as well as elementary and secondary math methods courses for pre-service teachers. She holds a master's degree in mathematics education and a bachelor's degree in elementary education with a specialization in special education. With 15 years of teaching experience in Christian elementary, middle school, and special education classrooms, she enjoys sharing her interests in mathematics, in Christian education, and in helping teachers meet the needs of diverse students.
- Teaching Mathematics
Teaching Mathematics A study of materials, lesson design, methods, and procedures for the teaching of mathematics at the elementary and middle school levels are the primary points of study for this course. Prerequisite: admission to the teacher education program. (3 credits)
- Mathematics for Elementary Teachers
Mathematics for Elementary Teachers A study of those topics necessary and helpful for competent and enthusiastic
teaching of mathematics in the elementary school, including some history of
mathematics, development of number systems, number bases, sets, logic and
limited to education majors and does not count toward a math major or math
minor. Prerequisite: grade of C- or better in MAT 090, ACT math score of at
least 20 (SAT math 480), or a passing score on the MAT 090 placement exam.
- Methods of Teaching Secondary School Mathematics
Methods of Teaching Secondary School Mathematics Content, techniques and materials for teaching mathematics at the secondary or junior high level.Prerequisite: junior or senior class standing.(2 credits, alternate years, consult department)
- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics