Spring 2020 Graduate and Professional Studies Catalog 
    Oct 01, 2022  
Spring 2020 Graduate and Professional Studies Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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EDT 3024 - Differentiated Mathematics Instruction for All Learners


This methodology course addresses the planning of content-specific instruction and delivery of content consistent with state adopted (K-8) mathematics standards and the language needs of all learners. The interrelated components of a balanced program of mathematics and the fostering of positive attitudes toward mathematics are stressed. This course includes instruction in how to model concepts and teach learners to solve problems using multiple strategies and to anticipate, recognize and clarify mathematical misunderstandings that are common among K-8 learners. This course includes intentional practice of classroom management, active and equitable participation for culturally, ethnically, linguistically and academically diverse learners, lesson planning, and formative assessment to differentiate instruction for all learners. Modifications for diverse learners and learners with exceptionalities are researched and applied through fieldwork experience. This course requires 20 clock hours of observation and participation specific to math instruction in a culturally diverse and inclusive school setting. Candidates are responsible for transportation to and from the school site. Task-stream registration required.

Pre or Corequisite(s): EDT 3002  and EDT 3006  

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