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Master of Arts in Education/Instructional System Development
with an Emphasis in Mathematics Education
For Experienced Elementary School Teachers
Academic Development Plan
36 Credit, Non-Thesis Option-Four Year Plan
 
General Information:
Name: _____________________________ SSN:____________________________
E-mail address:______________________ Phone Number (h) : ________________
Bachelor Degree:_____________________ Phone Number (w): ________________
Current employer: AACPS
School:____________________________ Grade/Content Taught : _____________
Areas of interest (for Capstone Project) ________________________________________
 
ISD Core Education Courses (18 credits required)
Course Course Title Semester planned Semester completed Instructor
EDUC 601 Human Learning and Cognition Winter 2003 Winter 2003 Taylor-Cox
EDUC 602 Instructional Systems Development I Spring 2002 Spring 2002 Moulds
EDUC 781 or
EDUC 689
Teacher Leadership - or -
Making Classroom Practice Public (ESIP)
Winter 2004
Summer 2003
In progress Schaffer
EDUC 771 Analyzing Education Research Fall 2004    
EDUC 795 Seminar in the Study of Teaching Fall 2002 Fall 2002 Saul
EDUC 792 Project Seminar (Final Capstone Project) Spring 2005    
Cognate Area: Mathematics Education (18 credits required)
Course Course Title Semester planned Semester completed Instructor
EDUC 689M Data and Technology Fall 2001 Fall 2001 Morris
EDUC 689A Developing Number Concepts Winter 2002 Winter 2002 Kaplan
EDUC 689B Algebraic Reasoning Spring 2003 Spring 2003 Morris
MAED 502 Geometry & Spatial Reasoning Spring 2004   Hanna
*EDUC ***
EDUC 606
Mathematics Education Cognate Elective-or-
Curriculum Integration Theory and Practice
(ESIP)

Winter 2005
Summer 2002


Summer 2002

 
Note: EDUC 606: Curriculum Integration Theory and Practice (ESIP) counts as an Mathematics Education Cognate Elective.      
***Note: to be developed