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|ED 640M - Secondary Method: Learning to Teach Mathematics|
Course Description: This course provides a variety of instructional strategies to facilitate learning in today's secondary mathematics classrooms. You will explore the divergent structures, schedules, student body, and philosophies of teaching mathematics in contemporary secondary schools. Skills emphasized include: curriculum design, lesson planning, and procedures for collaboration with peers to encourage high academic achievement and independence for all students including students with disabilities and special health-care needs, and instructional uses of technology to acquire information and to communicate to enhance learning. Formal and informal assessment of student leaning and instructional practices in mathematics, including "sizing up", standardized, paper and pencil, standards-based state assessments, and performance assessments and the development of appropriate rubrics will be introduced. You will learn procedures to use assessment data to differentiate instruction for a wide range of student mathematical needs.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Discussion, Laboratory, Lecture, Simulation
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
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