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School of Education and Human Development University of Colorado Denver

School of Education and Human Development

Evan McClintock

Alternative Licensure Instructor

My Story

My career in education started with teaching in an elementary school in Central Pennsylvania. I enjoyed the opportunities I had teaching all content areas, mentoring and training teachers, collaborating with university faculty, and developing district curricula. I became increasingly intrigued by how students learn mathematics, which led me to pursue studies in graduate school. While studying mathematics education, I conducted research on mathematics teaching and learning, pedagogical content knowledge and curricula.

My Students at University of Colorado Denver

My students at CU Denver each come with a wealth of knowledge, life experiences, perspectives on education and a disposition to learn. I have a profound respect for people who choose teaching as their profession. I attempt to build on my students’ current resources and perspectives in order to foster their abilities to design and implement effective and engaging instruction.

Classes I teach at the University of Colorado Denver School of Education & Human Development:

  • Mathematics Instruction and Assessment - UEDU 4/5002
  • Elementary Mathematics Teaching - UEDU 4/5003
  • Mathematics for Elementary Teachers - MATH 3040/ELED 5400
  • ASPIRE to Teach program

My Research Interests

  • Mathematics Teaching and Learning
  • Instructional Coaching
  • Urban Education
  • Teacher Education

My Hobbies

I enjoy hiking, cooking and spending time with family and friends.

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