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UTL 101 • Intro To Teaching Professn-Wb

30900 • Martin, Kristie
Meets W 1:00PM-2:00PM • Internet; Synchronous
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Prerequisite 

2.5 grade point average 

UTeach- Liberal Arts Website/Handbook 

Website: https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/uteach/index.php 

Handbook: https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/uteach/_files/pdf/handbooks/209-student-intern-handbook2.pdf
 

Course Description 

UTL 101 involves one seminar hour per week with a University faculty member. ALL class meetings will be online with both synchronous and asynchronous meetings using Zoom and Nearpod. Students will also be assigned a Cooperating Teacher for 3 meetings via Zoom. 

Course Objectives 

Course objectives and seminar topics reflect the state standards established for teacher preparation programs. Standards addressed by students in UTL 101 will include: 

▪ Instructional planning and delivery which is both engaging and standards-based 

▪ Formative assessment 

▪ Identification of diverse student populations 

▪ Development of a safe, respectful and positive learning environment 

▪ Basic classroom management techniques 

▪ The use of reflection to improve over time 

▪ Professional practices and responsibilities as well as ethical requirements of the profession 

▪ Technology used as a tool for communication, collaboration and instruction 

▪ The importance of self-care for educators 


UTL 101 • Intro To Teaching Professn-Wb

30895 • Martin, Kristie
Meets W 11:00AM-12:00PM • Internet; Synchronous
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Prerequisite 

2.5 grade point average 

UTeach- Liberal Arts Website/Handbook 

Website: https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/uteach/index.php 

Handbook: https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/uteach/_files/pdf/handbooks/209-student-intern-handbook2.pdf
 

Course Description 

UTL 101 involves one seminar hour per week with a University faculty member. ALL class meetings will be online with both synchronous and asynchronous meetings using Zoom and Nearpod. Students will also be assigned a Cooperating Teacher for 3 meetings via Zoom. 

Course Objectives 

Course objectives and seminar topics reflect the state standards established for teacher preparation programs. Standards addressed by students in UTL 101 will include: 

▪ Instructional planning and delivery which is both engaging and standards-based 

▪ Formative assessment 

▪ Identification of diverse student populations 

▪ Development of a safe, respectful and positive learning environment 

▪ Basic classroom management techniques 

▪ The use of reflection to improve over time 

▪ Professional practices and responsibilities as well as ethical requirements of the profession 

▪ Technology used as a tool for communication, collaboration and instruction 

▪ The importance of self-care for educators 


UTL 640 • Teaching In Sec Sch-Lote-Wb

30915 • Wilson, Nina
Meets MW 2:00PM-5:00PM • Internet; Synchronous
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NOTE: This is a SYNCHRONOUS ONLINE course. While the cohort will not meet together in a physical classroom this spring, we will meet online at the same time each week (unless otherwise directed).

Seminar Day / Time:     Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:00 to 5:00PM

Location:                        Connect through Canvaswe’ll use Big Blue Button (BBB) or Zoom

                                            

Prerequisites

  • A grade of B or higher in UTL 101 and UTL 202
  • Grade point average minimum of 2.75 overall and 3.0 in your major
  • Laptop computer with a functional camera

 

Course Description

UTL 640, a twice-weekly three-hour seminar, introduces you to the ideas and concepts of Languages Other Than English (LOTE) education that will help you become an effective, proficiency-based LOTE teacher. During the 2021 spring semester, all students will attend the class remotely. You will develop a deeper understanding of the exploration of language acquisition, assessment and learning theories through:

  • Readings, seminar discussion, video analysis and active participation.
  • Written assignments with some content presented and discussed in class or online.
  • Fieldwork (virtual or in person) experience that includes observations, lesson planning and execution, and reflections.