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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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