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Mathematics Education Residency II

This course will focus on the West Virginia College – and Career – Readiness Standards for Mathematics (2520.2B) and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics CAEP Standards. Students will study and practice the mathematical standards in the following areas: algebra, geometry, trigonometry, probability, statistics, and calculus. Students will complete math assignments, Discussion Board posts, and reflections. In addition to observing lessons, students will assist the mentor teacher with classroom tutoring. Tutoring will involve helping individual and small groups completion or of students with homework other support activities assigned by the classroom teacher. (60 Hours Field Placement in Schools Required).