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The Young Child as Mathematician

Prerequisite: EDSP423, EDHD431, and EDSP315; and track 1: Must have completed EDSP 430, EDSP 433; OR Track 2: Must have completed EDHD415, EDHD 424. Corequisite: EDHD323, EDSP321, EDSP417, EDHD441, EDHD442, EDHD443, and EDHD444. Restriction: Must be in the Professional Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Education program; and senior standing or higher; and minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75. Provides a theoretical and instructional framework for mathematics instruction in early childhood classrooms. Development of understanding of early childhood mathematics that emphasizes how and in what environment young children learn mathematics. Current thinking about both content and instructional strategies for mathematics curriculum, including identification and review of standards and expectations for learning outcomes for all children. Assessment strategies for evaluating all children will be addressed. Includes Phase 1 Field Experience. Restricted to major code 0822P.

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