Undergrad CalTeach Coursework

CalTeach Undergraduate Coursework Overview

INTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE EDUCATION COURSES

SCHEDULE FOR 2016-2017 ACADEMIC YEAR

Fall Quarter 2016:  ED 130 and ED 131 will be offered.

Winter Quater 2017:  ED 129 and 130 will be offered.

Spring Quarter 2017:  ED 128 and 131 will be offered.

INTRODUCTORY COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

ED 128 (formerly 3A):  CalTeach, Elementary Mathematics Education
Instructors:  Ross, Carlyle
Units: 3.0
Course Description:  Introduction to learning and teaching mathematics in grades K-8.  The course requires attending a weekly on-campus seminar and participating in 15 hours of field placement in a local school.  It is part of the Elementary Track of the Science and Mathematics Education Minor.  IF YOU ARE A LOWER DIVISION STUDENT, PLEASE EMAIL THE INSTRUCTOR FOR AN ADD CODE.

ED 129 (formerly 4A):  CalTeach, Elementary Science Education
Instructors:  Feldwinn, Johnson
Units: 3.0
Course Description:  Introduction to learning and teaching science in grades K-8.  The course requires attending a weekly on-campus seminar and participating in 15 hours of field placement in a local school. It is part of the Elementary Track of the Science and Mathematics Education Minor.  IF YOU ARE A LOWER DIVISION STUDENT, PLEASE EMAIL THE INSTRUCTOR FOR AN ADD CODE.

ED 130:  CalTeach, Secondary Mathematics Education
Instructors:  Ograin, Ross, Roberts
Units: 3.0
Course Description: Introduction to learning and teaching mathematics in grades 7-12.  The course requires attending a weekly on-campus seminar and participating in 15 hours of field placement in a local school. It is part of the Secondary Track of the Science and Mathematics Education Minor.  IF YOU ARE A LOWER DIVISION STUDENT, PLEASE EMAIL THE INSTRUCTOR FOR AN ADD CODE.

ED 131:  CalTeach, Secondary Science Education
Instructors:  Feldwinn, Johnson
Units: 3.0
Course Description:  Introduction to learning and teaching science in grades 7-12.  The course requires attending a weekly on-campus seminar and participating in 15 hours of field placement in a local school. It is part of the Secondary Track of the Science and Mathematics Education Minor. IF YOU ARE A LOWER DIVISION STUDENT, PLEASE EMAIL THE INSTRUCTOR FOR AN ADD CODE.
 

UNDERGRADUATE MINOR IN SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

Interested undergraduates should pursue a Minor in Science and Mathematics Education.  There are two tracks:  one for undergradutes interested in becoming elementary school teachers and one for undergraduates interested in becoming secondary science and mathematics teachers.  For more information, see the Minor in Science and Mathematics Education web page.