Courses: 3rd Year 2nd Sem., B. Sc. (Ed) Mathematics
SED312 : Science/Mathematical Methods II(2 credit units)
Planning to teach – Lesson Planning, the scheme of work.Strategies for science Teaching, qualities of an effective science teacher, principles of classroom management.General principles and philosophy of improvisation in science teaching.Sourcing for producing a catalogue of science teaching materials in the immediate and distant environment.Improvisable experiments in the science curriculum
EDU322: Educational Statistics(2 credit units)
Introduction to Parametric Statistics and inferential statistics – Measures of Central tendency, measures of dispersion, Standard deviation, Correlation and Regression. Chi Square, T-test, Analysis of variance (ANOVA), ANCOVA.Applications of Statistics in Educational Research.
EDU332: ICT in Education(2 credit units)
An application of the principles of information and computer technology to education.
EDU312: Sociology of Education(2 credit units)
EDU342: Teaching Practice I(3 credit units)
Practical implementation of teaching/learning strategies in the classroom as applied to the subject area.
SED322: School Science Laboratory(2 credit units)
An examination of the concept of the School Science Laboratory as an instructional facility.Objectives of school science teaching achievable through the use of the laboratory.Laboratory design, organization and management.Safety in the Laboratory.Skill description in aspects of laboratory work and construction of basic teaching resources.
MTH352 : Further Real Analysis(3 credit units)
Vector functions of real variable, bounded ness. Limits.Continuity and differentiability.Functions of class CM. Taylor’s formulae. Analytic functions. Curves regular differentiable and smooth.Curvature and torsion. Tangent line and normal planes vector: functions of vector variable. Linear continuity and limits. Directional functions of class CM . Taylor’s theorem and inverse function theorem.Concept of a surface; parametric representations, tangent plane and normal lines, Topological properties of simple surfaces.
STA212: Probability II(2 credit units)
Moment generating functions and its properties. Limit theorems in probability. Central limit theorem for independently and identical distributed random variables. Distribution of order statistics.Hyper geometric, multinomial, negative binomial, exponential, beta, cau-chy, log- normal Gamma, t, chi-square and f distributions.Bivariate probability distributions.Conditionalexpectation.Variance and co variance.
MTH222 : Vectorial Mechanics(2 credit units)
Vectors in Euclidean spaces, vector and triple products.Equations of lines and planes, vector equations.General kinematics, momentum, angular momentum, foundamental equations of motion.Energy and conservation laws.Dynamics of a particle-force in oscillation. Plane motion of a particle in ( r, ? ), ( s, q ), ( p, r ) co-ordinates.Dynamics of a rigid body.
PHY212 : Elementary Modern Physics(2 credit units)
Special relativity; defects in Newtonian mechanics, the speed of light; the Lorentz transformation of velocities. The atomic structure, experimental basis of quantum theory; black body radiation; electrons and quanta; Bohr’s theory of atomic structure; De Broglie hypothesis; the uncertainty principle; Schrödinger’s equation and simple applications
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