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School of Education

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...Designs 1 EHS 325 Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science 3 EHS 326 Classroom...

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

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...Designs 1 EHS 325 Knowing and Learning in Mathematics and Science 3 EHS 326 Classroom...

Department of English

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...6 EH 326 Pre-1800 Literature: Special Topics EH 329 Literature of the Vikings EH...

Department of Communication Studies

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...Specialization 1 EH 101 and EH 102 are...321 Persuasion Communication CMST 326 Sports in the...

American Studies

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...EH 223 American Literature I: Before 1865 EH...the 20th Century HY 326 Mansions, Mines, and...

African American Studies

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...One: EH 216 , EH 217 , EH 218 , EH...and Race Relations HY 326 Mansions, Mines, and...

UABTeach

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...270 , 3 hours) Semester 5: Classroom Interactions ( EHS 326 , 3 hours) Semester 6: Research Methods...

EH 326. Pre-1800 Literature: Special Topics. 3 Hours.

See class schedule for topic. May be repeated.
Prerequisites: EH 216 [Min Grade: C] or EH 217 [Min Grade: C] or EH 218 [Min Grade: C] or EH 221 [Min Grade: C] or EH 222 [Min Grade: C] or EH 223 [Min Grade: C] or EH 224 [Min Grade: C]

EHS 326. Classroom Interactions. 3 Hours.

Classroom Interactions builds on the Knowing and Learning course, moving from a focus on thinking and learning to a focus on teaching and learning. The course is centered around a close examination of the interplay between teachers, students, and content, and how these types of interactions enable students to develop deep conceptual understanding. The goals for this course are to: Provide students with opportunities to see how theories explored in Knowing and Learning play out in instructional settings by designing and implementing instructional activities informed by their own understanding of what it means to know and learn mathematics and science, and then evaluating the outcomes of those activities on the basis of student artifacts (i.e., what students say, do, or create). It provides students with frameworks for thinking about equity issues in the classroom and larger school settings, make students aware of equity issues in classroom settings and their effects on learning, and provide students with strategies for teaching diverse students equitably.
Prerequisites: EHS 125 [Min Grade: C] and EHS 126 [Min Grade: C] and EHS 325 [Min Grade: C]