College of Education: Open Courses for Autumn!

EDC&I 474 MULTI-ETHNIC STUDIES (13835, A, 3 cr)

  • T 2:00-4:20, MLR 112
  • BANKS, JAMES A
  • Designed to help preservice and in-service teachers identify content and materials and devise methods for implementing ethnic studies programs and for incorporating ethnic content into regular K-12 social studies, language arts, and humanities curricula. Special attention is given to teaching about American Indians, Mexican Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans, Puerto Rican Americans, and white ethnic groups. RESTRICTED TO SENIOR STANDING OR ABOVE. COURSE MEETS EDTEP MIT PREREQUISITE

EDUC 210 CURRENT ISSUES EDUC INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION (23061, A, 5 cr)

  • MW 2:00-4:20 MLR 212
  • IVES, CHARLES
  • What is the purpose of education? Who or what is educated? How are students educated? Is there a metaphysics (i.e. position on the nature of reality) in play informing any of the above items? Is there an ethics (i.e. position on the nature of the good life) in play informing any of the above items? We will address these issues via the works of influential figures in the philosophy of education such as Plato, Rousseau, Dewey, and Freire. On a more general level, our goal in this course is to become novice philosophers.

EDUC 280 INTRO TO ECO Introduction to Education, Communities, and Organizations: Re-envisioning Education (22952, A, 2 cr)

  • T 3:30-4:50 JHN 075
  • GLASS HASTINGS, CASSADY
  • Introduction to the disciplinary fields of human development, learning theory, equity studies, and community engagement.

EDUC 299 ELS COLLOQUIUM (13986, A, 1 cr)

  • Th 10:30-11:20 SMI 205
  • DAVIS, CAROL
  • Open to all undergrads

EDUC 305 PUB SCHL DEMOCRACY (13988, A, 5 cr)

  • MW 830-1050 MLR 212
  • YOSHIDA, LA’AKEA
  • Explores issues and questions pertaining to public schools in a democratic society through directed readings, dialogue, individual and group projects designed to engage students with a series of crucial issues in public schools.

EDUC 310 CURRENT ISSUES (13989, A, 5 cr)

  • TTh 11:30-1:50 KNE 210
  • STARSKY, JACOB B.
  • COURSE TITLE: EDUCATION AND THE 2016 ELECTION EXPLORING THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE WHITE HOUSE AND THE SCHOOLHOUSE

EDUC 370 LRN ACROSS SETTINGS (14009, A, 5 cr)

  • MW 2:30-3:50 THO 101
  • TAYLOR, KATHERINE
  • Examines learning of disciplinary knowledge and practices, with attention to relations between the kinds of learning that happen within and across settings (outside of schools).

ECFS 419 FAM&COM INFLNC CH Family and Community Influences on the Young Child 22956 A 5 MW 430-550P SMI 211 JEGATHEESAN,BRINDA I.
Develops an understanding of families of young children from different socio-cultural backgrounds, child socialization and development in family and community contexts (immigrant, refugee, indigenous, special-needs and vulnerable children), parenting across cultures, family processes, family systems theories, socio-cultural theories, and family-child collaborative partnerships using family and community strengths and resources.

EDPSY 404 ADL DEVELOPMENT – Adolescent Development (13885, A, 5 cr)

  • MW 8:30-10:50 MLR 104
  • NEWMAN, JODI
  • Students use readings, discussion, and interview data to understand adolescent development. Discusses multiple domains of development, as well as the contextually situated nature of adolescence. Highlights implications for educators, policy makers, and others who serve the needs of adolescents throughout the course.

EDSPE 414 INTRO TO EC SPEC ED Intro to Early Childhood Special Education (13909, A, 3 cr)

  • W 4:30-6:50P SMI 304
  • GAUVREAU, ARIANE
  • Provides students with a comprehensive overview of major aspects of the field of early childhood special education. Theoretical foundations and program development and implementation are presented in an approach that integrates theory, research, and practice.

EDSPE 422 (Dis)ability, Education, and the Arts (13911, A, 5 cr)

  • To be arranged (on-line course) * *
  • PECK, CHARLES A
  • Cultural perspectives on disability and education, as interpreted through arts-based inquiry.
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