|Faculty:||Faculty of Graduate Studies
|Field of Study:||Mathematics Teacher Education
|Description:||The Graduate Diploma in Mathematics Education focuses on mathematics education as an area of study grounded in critical examination of teaching practice, learning theories, and curriculum, and supported by analyses of socio-cultural, equity, and gender issues in the teaching and learning of mathematics. It is designed to provide opportunities for graduate level study of theories and research in Mathematics Education, as well as enriched mathematical experiences, to practising teachers and administrators and to people in the community whose work involves developing mathematical literacies.
The Graduate Diploma in Mathematics Education is jointly offered by the Graduate Program in Education and the Graduate Program in Mathematics and Statistics. It is available as an area of concentration within Masters and Doctoral degrees (Degree Concurrent option) and as a stand-alone Graduate Diploma (Direct Entry option).