Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014
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AYA 432 Adolescence and Young Adult Professionalism in Practice: Mathematics Pre-Student Teaching 3 sem. hrs.
Course designed for those seeking licensure at the adolescence and young adult level. Focus is on methods of instruction appropriate to learners at this level, and an overview of the methods used at the adolescent and young adult level, as well as issues associated with teaching mathematics. Includes an examination of technological applications in the classroom and of how NCTM, and the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics have impacted curriculum, day-to-day activities, and assessment approaches. Field experience in the mathematics classroom in which the teacher candidate will complete student teaching is required. All coursework must successfully be completed in order for student teaching to occur the following semester. Offered fall and spring semesters.
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