2019 Spring Term
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TEACHING OF SCIENCE IN THE ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL
This course considers different teaching models, metacognitive tools, inquiry structures, assessment approaches, curriculum design, use of computer technology in elementary and middle school science instruction, and state and national science education standards. Issues of safety and accessibility are addressed as a part of curriculum planning for the science classroom.
A study of literature for older children including fiction and non-fiction. Multi-media as related to literature, selection and usage are also explored.
THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES IN THE ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL
This course prepares preservice teachers to organize the social studies curriculum, construct strategies for instruction and to teach problem solving in the elementary and middle school. Additionally, the course gives attention to methods of pupil assessment, selection of instructional materials, use of different instructional media to facilitate learning among students with a wide range of abilities and various cultural backgrounds.
VISUAL LITERACY AND PERFORMING ARTS INTEGRATION IN THE CLASSROOM
This course is for elementary/middle school education majors focused on learning to design, implement, and evaluate art experiences that are integrated with other disciplines and developmentally appropriate, meaningful and challenging for all students. Lessons (designed and taught) demonstrate that the learners are developing a positive disposition towards artistic exploration and expression.
MIDDLE SCHOOL SEMINAR: FOCUS ON ASSESSMENT
This course will reflect upon the field experience in middle school grades by the student. Reflection on planning, instruction, and assessment using verbal and written assignments will promote transformative growth as a future teacher.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SEMINAR: FOCUS ON CULTURALLY RELEVANT PRACTICES
This course will reflect upon the field experience in elementary school grades by the student. Reflection on planning, instruction, and assessment using verbal and written assignments will promote transformative growth as a future teacher. Reflection on culturally relevant practices as related to classroom management and assessment will be special topics of focus.
MIDDLE LEVEL MATH METHODS
Methods and curriculum for teaching mathematics in the middle school. Develops diverse learning experiences, environments, and roles to create deep conceptual understanding that makes sense of mathematics (how, when and why). Creative mathematical thinking is practiced through problem-solving, reasoning, modeling, and applying. Mathematical content will focus on critical areas.
ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL ART EDUCATION
A preparatory course for those planning to teach art in the elementary/middle school. Included will be a study of the contribution of art expression to the creative growth of the child and an analysis of the visual arts in the elementary/middle school curriculum. Various approaches to curriculum organization will be explored and materials developed for use in teaching. Required of all Broadfield Art majors and minors seeking licensure to teach art at the elementary level. Restricted to students with professional ed admission.
TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN THE ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE GRADES
The student will be instructed in how to assist the elementary/middle pupil in his understanding of mathematics, will become acquainted with different pedagogical techniques to be used in the contemporary mathematics classroom and will be taught to devise evaluation techniques to measure their effectiveness.