Curriculum and Instruction
This course examines types and processes of mentoring across the life span, with emphases on mentoring students and teachers in K-16 educational contexts. Talent development purposes for mentoring are included. (MULT).
Course provides an in-depth study of the mathematics content and methodology derived from principles of learning and research. Primary focus will be on the development of mathematics understanding and relevant applications rather than manipulation of numbers without context, purpose, or concepts. Students will develop the skills needed in cooperative planning, provide methods of organizing mathematical principles into lessons for pupils, and develop techniques for evaluating pupil progress within a field-based environment. Prerequisites: MATH MATH 1315, MATH 1319, MATH 2417, MATH 2471, or MATH 2472; MATH 2311and MATH 2312. Grades of "C" or better must be earned in all prerequisites. 2.75 overall GPA required. Junior classification required. Must be declared in a degree program that leads to teacher certification.