CDPD 400 - Strategizing for Numeracy in the Elementary Classroom
For practicing educators, an examination of numeracy pedagogy connecting research to present day instructional practices. Students will build personal and common understandings of how children in schools engage with quantitative or spatial information to create meaning in the K-6 classroom. Instruction will build on a model of co-construction which will culminate with the development of a numeracy plan for use in their classrooms. Topics include visible numeracy practices that promote number conservation, problem-solving skills, mathematical relationships, geometrical thinking, and differentiation and assessment.
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- Each teacher must work with TQS individually to determine if the course counts based on their own educational backgrounds.
- Great opportunity for those thinking about returning for a Master's degree to try out taking a course while working.
- All courses are taught by instructors with a Master's/PhD and are practicing teachers in the field, making them current and relevant.
- Courses balance theory and practice with major assignments geared towards the teachers’ own classroom work.
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Sherry Martens, PhDPositionAssociate Dean of EducationAssistant Professor of EducationOffice LocationRE 134
Dianna Easton, MEd, BEd, BKinPositionSessional Faculty - Education