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2022 Spring: January 12 - May 10
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Course Class No. Section Start & End Date Day Time Status Location
EDTP 500 Foundations of Teaching for Learning (6)
(Available to majors in computer science, English, history, and social science, and political science, and other students with the appropriate coursework consistent with the areas in which UMGC's Master of Arts in Teaching offers eligibility for Maryland state teacher certification.) Prerequisites: 30 credits of major coursework and a minimum GPA of 3.0 in the major. Preparation for effective entry into the classroom as a teacher. Topics include teaching in the contemporary school; human development; approaches to learning, diversity, and collaboration beyond the classroom; learners with exceptional needs; curriculum, instruction, and assessment; teaching in the content area; and synthesis and application. Course materials and assignments focus on documents created and/or typically utilized by school systems and incorporate current school district initiatives.
27144 9080 16 Feb 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Lesane, Katura M Syllabus Course Materials
EDTP 535 Adolescent Development and Learning Needs (6)
(Available to majors in computer science, English, history, social science, and political science, and other students with the appropriate coursework consistent with the areas in which UMGC's Master of Arts in Teaching offers eligibility for Maryland state teacher certification.) May also be applied to the MAT program at UMGC as equivalent to EDTP 635, if completed with a grade of B or better.) Prerequisites: 30 credits of major coursework and a minimum GPA of 3.0 in the major. Preparation to support the unique development of adolescents from various backgrounds, with varying beliefs, and with varied abilities. Learners are examined from the standpoint of developmental characteristics; social, cultural, racial, and gender affiliation; socioeconomic status; religious influences; learning styles; special needs; and exceptionality. Adolescents are also examined from biological, psychological, cognitive, and social perspectives; within the tapestry of their family and community; and through the influences of societal and cultural norms. Discussion covers theories and concepts associated with human growth and development across the lifespan, focusing on typical and atypical development of the adolescent.
27146 9080 16 Feb 2022-10 May 2022 Open Online
Faculty: Fleming, Kimberly K Syllabus Course Materials
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