EDUC 3106 Teaching Mathematics in the Early Years: General and Special Education

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as EDUC 44.1.
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2 hours mathematics laboratory, 2 hours supervised field experience; 2 credits

Approaches to the teaching of mathematics with an emphasis on the curricular and instructional topics emphasized in early childhood. These include the development of mathematical thinking processes in young children; curricular guidelines from New York State, National Association for the Education of Young Children, and National Council of Teachers of Mathematics; integration of mathematical experiences into all curricular areas; needs of special populations, including English language learners; familial involvement; appropriate use of technology; and multiple perspectives on assessment. Development of early childhood teaching portfolio. Taught in coordination with Mathematics *1406 [1.97].

Prerequisite: Education 2001 [16], 2002 [34], 3101 [36.1], 3102 [37.11], 3103 [39], 3104 [40.1], 3105 [43.1], and Mathematics *1401 [1.95]. Corequisite: Education 3107 [45.1]; Mathematics *1406 [1.97].


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