This course builds on the learning in Mathematics Primary & Junior Part I, and your knowledge and skills regarding the creation of a dynamic community of mathematicians in your classroom. Through your work in this course, you will develop a foundation of mathematics instruction and assessment based on equity, diversity, and inclusion. You will further develop your understanding of the use of continua and a developmental approach to learning and expand your understanding of planning responsively and with intention. This course provides opportunities to broaden your knowledge of high impact instructional practices and effective, inclusive assessment practices.
- A Certificate of Qualification
- EDUC 4725 or Mathematics Primary & Junior, Part 1 on your OCT Certification of Qualification
- One year of successful teaching experience, as verified by an appropriate supervisory officer.