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MATS 815 - Methods of Teaching and Assessment for Elementary Mathematics and Science

This course explores key approaches to teaching mathematical concepts and skills in inclusive elementary classrooms. Students acquire essential skills for the teaching of Mathematics through the study of research-based best practices. The course focuses on pedagogical methods of teaching and learning math in the elementary setting. Students will learn and develop strategies shown to be effective for teaching math in K-5 inclusive classrooms, including key math skills, math concepts, computational fluency, and real world applications. Lesson planning focuses on creating learning events that: engage all students, provide differentiated instruction, develops critical thinking, problem-solving and other 21st century skills and global competencies. Ongoing emphasis is placed on addressing needs of students with exceptionalities through scaffolding of vocabulary and mathematical concepts. It builds upon theoretical, philosophical and cognitive foundations developed in previous courses. By the end of the course, students will demonstrate their understanding of core instructional methods by developing daily lesson plans and organizing classrooms to support numeracy for all learners. Assignments and class activities encourage students to use research, theory, best practices and self-reflection to refine teaching practices. This course is intended for teachers seeking to expand their knowledge and skills in teaching elementary school science. The course examines the purposes, scope, sequences, materials, and methodologies for teaching science in elementary schools to a diverse student body. It develops skill in planning, instructing, and assessing understanding of science content and processes. It links instruction and assessment and addresses relevant content related to topics of the four disciplinary core ideas: physical sciences; life sciences; earth and space sciences; and engineering, technology; and applications of science. This course explores key approaches to teac
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