• Math 73XP: Key Issues in K-12 Mathematics

    Learn about the variety of career paths in the K-12 mathematics education profession. Investigate key mathematical progressions in K-12 mathematics. Complete field work in your choice of high school, middle school or elementary school. This field experience counts for 20 of the 600 clinical fieldwork hours required for a CA Teaching Credential.

    Prerequisite: None.

    Check out the UCLA CalTeach website for more information about this course and how to enroll.

  • Math 74XP: Mathematics and Pedagogy for Teaching Elementary Mathematics

    Explore K-5 mathematics from a professional perspective. Practice effective teaching strategies for all learners. Discuss current research and standards in math education. Complete field work in a local elementary school. This field experience counts for 20 of the 600 clinical fieldwork hours required for a CA Teaching Credential.

    Prerequisite: None.

    Check out the UCLA CalTeach website for more information about this course and how to enroll.

  • Math 75XP: Mathematics and Pedagogy for Teaching Middle School Mathematics

    This course will be available for students to enroll in Spring 2022

    Prerequisite: None.

    Check out the UCLA CalTeach website for more information about this course and how to enroll.

  • Math 105ABC: Mathematics and Pedagogy for Teaching High School Mathematics

    Explore Grades 9-12 mathematics from a professional perspective. Practice effective teaching strategies for all learners. Discuss current research and standards in math education. Complete field work in a local high school. This field experience counts for 20 of the 600 clinical fieldwork hours required for a CA Teaching Credential.

    Prerequisite: 115A only.

    Please note: The prerequisites for 105 are in the process of being changed. Please email rojas@math.ucla.edu with questions and/or for 105 PTE numbers!

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