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ED 234 Learning and Teaching Strategies 4 Cr.

Students practice and evaluate the most commonly used teaching strategies in elementary and secondary classrooms. Topics include planning, instructional objectives, educational technology and assessment of learning. All students participate in micro-teaching situations, and are introduced to current standards for their respective disciplines. These include but are not limited to the C3, Next Generation, Common Core, SHAPE and ISTE standards. Students are also introduced to Vermont's Core Teaching Standards (CTS), the inTASC standards for which the CTS were derived and the Vermont Licensure Portfolio. 4 Lecture hours and 12 hours of classroom observation required. Prerequisite: ED 104 (Fall).

Education

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The Education program has majors leading to a BS in Elementary Education, a BS in Physical Education preK-12, and Mathematics students may work toward a second major in Education if they are interested in teaching at the secondary level. Mathematics students interested in pursuing a recommendation for a teaching license in the State of Vermont must complete all of the designated requirements for the Mathematics major, and they must complete a sequence of Education courses to help prepare them to become secondary mathematics teachers.

Mathematics Curriculum Overview

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...Comp. Spring Cr. Comp. ED 234 Learning and Teaching Strategies 4 ED 315 Special Needs...