UTCH 3302 Classroom Interactions

This three-hour field-based course focuses on how the interactions between curriculum, technology, and learning are used to produce a safe and productive learning environment for all students. The review of major instructional models and the delivery of effective instruction will be emphasized. Factors that affect instruction and learning (gender, socio-economic, language acquisition, disabilities, culture, and policy) in mathematics and science education will be discussed. This course has a field component that consists of three observations and two co-teaching events, including a multiple-day connected lesson, in secondary school settings. Alignment of class curriculum to state curriculum, pedagogy and content will be emphasized.




(a) An institutional grade point average of at least 2.75, (b) UTCH 1102 with a grade of 'C' or better, (c) UTCH 3301 with a grade of 'C' or better, and (d) admission to the Teacher Education Program.

Schedule Type


Grading Basis

Standard Letter (A-F)

Administrative Unit

Dept of Teaching & Learning