Nov 13, 2019  
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TEAS 4007 - Math Methods Across the Curriculum (TN eCampus)

(3 credits)
Prerequisites: This course is part of the program of study leading to an Add-On Special Education Endorsement of the TN eCampus. Before enrolling in TEAS 4007 a student must have a teaching license and must have completed TEAS 4001  (Collaborative Practices, Trends and Issues, and Characteristics of the Exceptional Learner in Special Education) and TEAS 4003  (Assessment Procedures in Special Education).

(Math Methods Across the Curriculum) will engage participants in mathematics thinking, discussions, and instructional projects to explore theory, understand best practices, and design and implement these strategies in mathematics instruction in grades K-8. It will begin with an exploration of learning theory and best practices advocated by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, followed by explorations and the designing of hands-on activities for teaching mathematics to all children including diverse populations and exceptional needs individuals. Participants will be expected to work achieving 10 hours of clinical experience with primary grade, exceptional needs children as they begin to understand and implement best practices in mathematics teaching.


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