ED 645 Methods and Technologies of Teaching Math and Science with a STEM focus II

3 credits

Continues the study of the philosophy, resources, curriculum, instructional strategies and assessment practices necessary to design a learning environment focused on the developmental characteristics of adolescents. The course emphasizes state and national science and mathematics standards, process skills and major concepts of the disciplines. The course continues an exploration of strategies for creating a safe and supportive classroom and the adaptation of technology to enhance learning. Candidates engage in design, implementation, and assessment of constructivist-based STEM instructional strategies. This course includes classroom field experiences. This course includes teaching internship days toward the required 100-day internship.

Prerequisite(s): ED 640