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Julie Jackson

Office: Education  3030

Curriculum Vitae

Julie Jackson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the College of Education at Texas State University-San Marcos.  She received her Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin.  Her area of research is science education.

Courses Taught

CI 5304 Teaching Mathematics and Science in the Elementary School
The importance of problem solving in elementary mathematics and science is explored. Class activities emphasize the role of mathematics in collecting, recording, analyzing, and communicating scientific observations.

CI 5327 Principles and Practices in the Elementary School
Defines and interprets the newer trends in elementary school practices; the philosophy and objectives of the elementary school, and procedures for implementing these objectives; classroom organization and management; the principles of unified learning as applied to school experiences, procedures for planning and developing experiences, meeting individual needs, and evaluation.

CI 5377 Problems in Bilingual Education
A workshop in innovative techniques or materials offered either on campus or off campus in approved sites. Designed to give elementary classroom teachers college credit for in-service type training; course gives an opportunity for teachers to upgrade their skills and knowledge.

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