EDUC 4106: Planning & Assessment is a required course for your teacher certification. Whether you are a traditional, non-traditional, or a post-baccalaureate student, you will be become familiar with how learning and teaching are connected and how to make learning the most vital part of school.

This class website will be an integral part of the course. We will using the readings, information and activities that are included as part of our learning environment.

The section of buttons below will take you to sites that include readings and projects for three general areas of study and math, science, and social studies that we will be working with during this course.

 

Click a button to move to an area of interest.

 

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Read two of the following articles and then submit your reactions to them. Make sure that you indicate the title and author of the article as well as how your internship relates to the main ideas of the article.

 

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   Mathematics

Information Sites

Read one of the following articles and then submit your reaction to it. Make sure that you indicate the title and author of the article as well as how your internship relates to the main ideas of the article.

 

 

Collaborative Sites

Read each of the following collaborative projects. With your mentor teacher, choose one. Participate in the collaborative and keep a journal of activities, learnings (both the students' in the class and your own), and reflections on both the process and the product.

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   Science

Information Sites

Read one of the following articles and then submit your reaction to it. Make sure that you indicate the title and author of the article as well as how your internship relates to the main ideas of the article.

 

 

Collaborative Sites

Read each of the following collaborative projects. With your mentor teacher, choose one. Participate in the collaborative and keep a journal of activities, learnings (both the students' in the class and your own), and reflections on both the process and the product.

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Mary Ann Coe, D. Ed.
Midwestern State University
Updated: December 2001