Schedule for Winter 2007
MASTER IN TEACHING: Weaving the Web of Democracy
updated February 26 , 2007


see for changes

NEW: Link toWIKI with lesson plans accommodated for learners with special needs



Scott Coleman
Anita Lenges
Sonja Wiedenhaupt






9 to 11:30am   

  • secondary math methods
  • elementary social studies
  • secondary methodology

Special Education
12:30 to 3:00pm

Prep day

Teaching for Social Justice
9:00 to 12:00pm

Brown bag lunch with Loren Petty and special guests from school districts 12:30 to 2:00pm


Reflections on Practice
9:00 to 12:00pm


Professional Development
1 to 4pm


Prep day


Useful links that include

  • a table of links that you have drawn our attention to
  • links to handouts from the different segments of the program
Trajectory of events for Master's paper plus other useful dates


Syllabus and Links

Special Education

Teaching for Social Justice

  • syllabus
  • It's particularly important that you read syllabus and do assignment by Wednesday week 1 (in addition to a little reflective writing piece,  there are four chapters to read so make sure you give yourself enough time to prepare )

Reflections on Practice

  • syllabus
  • Review your lesson plans from the student teaching portfolio.  Identify and bring with you 3 lesson plans: one that went well, one that went moderately well, and one that was weak.
  • Bring  DV tape(s) from your classroom teaching experience in the fall.  If you have your own camcorder, please bring that with you too.
  • Secondary Math
  • Secondary Content Area Methods
  • Elementary Social Studies

Professional Development


Brownbags with Loren
Transformative Unit Plan
Masters Paper

Evaluation days

Thursday March 22nd
Friday March 23rd


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