Tutoring Math and Science For Social Justice
Spring 2014 quarter
Tutoring Math and Science For Social Justice will include an examination of some of the current research on the teaching and learning of math and science in higher education and will focus this knowledge on its implications for and applications to diverse groups of learners and social justice. Students will experience and evaluate a variety of tutoring strategies as a student and as a facilitator. This class is strongly suggested for students who are planning on teaching math and/or science or who would like to tutor in Evergreen's Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning Center.
Fields of Study
Location and Schedule
Offered during: Day
Advertised schedule: 7:30-9a Wed plus one hour arranged
Credits: 2 (Spring)
Class standing: Freshmen–Senior; 25% of the seats are reserved for freshmen Freshmen–Senior
Maximum enrollment: 24
Course Reference Numbers
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