Undergraduate Secondary Education
2019 Spring Term
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MIDDLE LEVEL MATH METHODS
Secondary Education 421
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.
TEACHING THEATRE IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOL
Secondary Education 434
Techniques of teaching drama, including discussions of the place of theatre in the high school program. The methods and materials appropriate to classroom instruction and the procedures for planning and directing high school dramatic productions will be covered.
METHODS OF TEACHING ACCOUNTING
Secondary Education 441
A study of course content in accounting at the high school level. The course involves writing objectives, developing lesson plans, making presentations, studying evaluation methods, analyzing textbooks, using computer software, and completing a simulation project.
SECONDARY FIELD STUDY SEMINAR
Secondary Education 460
Designed to support students in field study during the Secondary Methods Block with opportunities for focused reflection, discussion, and close supervision of preparation for performance assessment tasks. Offered on a satisfactory/no credit basis only.
LITERACY IN THE DISCIPLINES
Secondary Education 466
Students will develop an understanding of the role of literacy within and across the disciplines. They will design secondary classroom literacy materials according to a theoretical framework of how learners use multiple literacies, with emphasis on the application of skills within the disciplines in order to maximize student learning.