Fundamental Concepts of Geometry - Part II

Course Number: MATH X415.2


4 units

An in-depth look at Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometric concepts. Topics include basic ideas of geometry, polygon relationships, patterns of polygons (tessellations), measurement (length, area and volume), motions in geometry, magnification and similarity, topology and number patterns. Ideas and concepts are explored through group work, hands-on manipulatives, and the use of technology like LOGO or Geometer's Sketchpad.

For teaching mathematics in middle and high school classrooms.

Available Sections

Starting Apr 23


Starting Apr 23

Course Fees

$545 Early Bird Discount ends on Apr 17
$595 after Apr 17


Tinka Davis [ bio ]

close [x] Tinka Davis, M.S., Instructor in mathematics, UCR Extension and Wichita State University, Kansas, has been teaching high school and college mathematics since 1997.


Apr 23 - Jun 3, 2018


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Section Notes:

This course uses Typically one access code can be used for Geometry I & II. Expiration dates may vary. Special Refund Policy "A" applies.


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