AED 392 - Methods I: Teaching Adolescence Mathematics
(A) Developing practical materials for use in the mathematics classroom, aligning lesson plans with state and national learning standards, developing strategies for motivating students with diverse needs and learning styles, understanding how and when to use different teaching styles, and understanding the uses of technology in the classroom.
The course includes 25 hours of field experience. Only open to adolescence education: mathematics (7-12) and adolescence education: physics and mathematics (7-12) majors. Not open to adolescence education: mathematics (7-12) wait-listed (AEMW) or adolescence education: physics and mathematics (7-12) wait-listed majors (APMW). Corequisite: SPE 275. Prerequisite: a grade of C- or better in MAT 224, MAT 237, and AED 391. Fulfills: PRES. (3 cr. hr.)
Frequency code A = offered every semester
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