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Jean Hallagan

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From: SUNY Oswego
Registered: 12/19/10
Winter session online grad course
Posted: Nov 28, 2011 12:31 PM
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Course Information Literacy/Math Classroom 5-9 - LIT 535 Jan 2-20.

You can find this at http://www.oswego.edu/myoswego.html under course availability.

This course is appropriate for childhood, middle grades, or adolescence certification. The course focuses upon literacy techniques in the mathematics classroom. All of the examples of the literacy techniques featured in the course pertaining to teaching mathematics. Most of the examples pertain to teaching algebra. Students complete a project at the end of the course appropriate to their certification. The project must be from grades five through nine. Graduate students in special education, literacy, or mathematics have found this course quite useful. This class counts as mathematics pedagogy for those seeking New York State credentials.

Course is appropriate for AIS teachers, special education, mathematics content area. Students complete a project from grades 5-9 appropriate to their certification.

Previous students consider the course do-able while working. Buy the book in mid-Dec- course preview is between Dec 26- and Jan 1 to get a head start.

Contact the course instructor Dr. Jean Hallagan: jean.hallagan@oswego.edu for more information.



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