TQP MATH-UP Program

Coursework & Key Components

Coursework

Spring 1 During Senior Year –12 credits
  • ECE 301:  The Child in Context: Child Study and Development—Birth to 6 (3 cr)
  • ECE 302:  Child, Family, Community and Schools in Sociocultural Contexts—Birth to 6 (3 cr)
  • EDE 715:  Learning/Teaching Mathematics in Childhood Settings - Grades 1 to 6 (3 cr)
  • EDE 716:  Learning/Teaching Art in Childhood Settings- Grades 1 to 6 (3 cr)
Summer 1 (June-August)-6 credits
  • EBS 701:  Issues in Bilingualism (3 cr)
  • EDE 727:  Teaching English as Second Language (3 cr)
Fall 1 (September - December)-12 credits
  • EDS 707: The Childhood Student with Disabilities (3 cr)
  • EDE 621: Introduction to Reading (3 cr)
  • EDE 717:  Learning/Teaching Science in Childhood Settings - Grades 1 to 6 (3 cr)
  • EDE 740:  Studies in the Teaching of Elementary Mathematics, Advanced course (3 cr)
Spring 2 (February - May of following year)-12 credits
  • EDE 738: Teaching and Learning Literacy in Bilingual/Bicultural Childhood Setting - 1 to 6 (3 cr) OR EDE 713: Literacy in Childhood Settings - 1 to 6 (3 cr)
  • EDE 739: Learning/Teaching Social Studies in Bilingual/Bicultural Childhood Settings - 1 to 6 (3 cr) OR EDE 714: Learning/Teaching Social Studies in Childhood Settings - 1 to 6 (3 cr)
  • EDE 744:  Practicum in Developing Remedial Programs for Children Experiencing Difficulty in Learning Mathematics (3 cr)
  • EDE 758:  Intensive Teaching Internship & Seminar I (3 cr)
Summer 2 (June– August of following year)-6  credits
  • EDE 718:  Learning and Teaching Music in Childhood Settings - 1 to 6 (3 cr)
  • EDE 757:  Ethics and Professionalism in Childhood Teaching (3 cr)

Key Program Components

  • A 5th year BA/MSED program of study with a year-long clinical experience/ internship in the host schools.
  • Keeping Learning on Track (KLT) is a sustained, interactive professional development program that supports teachers to adopt minute-to-minute and day-by-day assessment for learning (AfL) strategies.
  • The ETS Math Challenges (MC) are age and grade appropriate constructed-response tasks with multiple steps that cover key mathematical skills or concepts aligned with common core curriculum standards.

Last modified: May 29, 2012

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