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EDUC 170 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers (5) NW
Covers basic concepts of numbers and operations. Emphasizes problem solving, communication of mathematical ideas, and analysis of sources of difficultly in learning/teaching these concepts. Offered: WSp.
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EDUC 200 Special Topics in Education, Learning, and Society (3-5, max. 15) I&S C. DAVIS, J. WILLIAMSON-LOTT
Critical examination of current research and practice in education, learning, and society. Offered: AWSpS.
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EDUC 205 Selected Readings - An Introduction to Education in the United States (3-5, max. 15) I&S C. DAVIS, J. WILLIAMSON-LOTT
Introduction to the United States education system, including the theoretical concepts of learning and historical framework that guide practice, policy, and teacher preparation. Explores issues and questions pertaining to United States schools through directed readings, dialogue, individual projects, and group projects. Offered: AWSpS.
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EDUC 210 Current Issues in Education (5, max. 15) I&S
Covers a current issue and provides the opportunity to read and discuss educational issues with other students and faculty and to learn of opportunities in the College of Education programs. Issues vary by term and faculty. Offered: AWSp.
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EDUC 221 Education and the Playfield (3) I&S
Examines the intersection of education and sport from early childhood to college experiences. Explores educational themes related to physical development, sport's influence on individual and community development, access to physical activities, equity and inclusion within the sports environment, and the role of sports in social change.
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EDUC 251 Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity (5) I&S, DIV J. CHEN
Introduces the need for and challenges in establishing educational equity and diversity. Discussions explore theories, historical trends, and ongoing debates. Readings draw from academic and popular sources, and class sessions include use of multimedia resources and experiential activities. Offered: S.
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EDUC 260 The Dream Project: Introduction to Mentoring Strategies (1, max. 8) I&S Taylor, Twitchell
Introduces mentoring strategies and topics related to social mobility and educational access. Supports students' mentorship of high school students on college readiness and access to higher education. Corequisite: EDUC 369. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSp.
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EDUC 280 Introduction to Education, Communities, and Organizations: Re-envisioning Education (2)
Introduction to the disciplinary fields that constitute the Education, Communities, and Organizations (ECO) major: Human development, learning theory, equity studies, organizational studies, and community engagement. Provides an overview of the ECO major, including core courses, learning objectives, faculty, and community partners. Offered: AWSpS.
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EDUC 299 Education, Learning, and Society Colloquium (1)
Provides a common learning experience where students learn from researchers and practicing educators about current pedagogical projects and theories. Fosters self-reflexive projects to build understanding of learning pathways. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSp.
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EDUC 300 Special Topics in Education, Learning, and Society (1-5, max. 20)
Critical examination of current research and practice in education, learning, and society.
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EDUC 301 Introductory Practice in Community Service Activity (1-10, max. 10)
Observation and participation in a variety of activities in a K-12 classroom. Placement made according to participant interests and needs. Participation on a predetermined schedule plus scheduled orientation and debriefing sessions are required. Offered: AWSp.
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EDUC 305 The Purpose of Public Schools in a Democracy (5) I&S
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. Offered: AWSp.
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EDUC 310 Current Issues in Education (5, max. 20) I&S
Covers a current issue and provides the opportunity to read and discuss educational issues with other students and faculty and to learn of opportunities in the College of Education programs. Offered: AWSp.
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EDUC 315 Issues and Trends of Educational Theory, Research, and Practice (3-5, max. 15) I&S C. DAVIS, J. WILLIAMSON-LOTT
Examines issues and trends in the past and present that have influenced or may have the potential to influence the field of education. Research, discussion, and reading assignments enable students to analyze and understand topics such as charter schools, accountability, privatization, national standards, and other topics. Offered: AWSpS.
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EDUC 351 Wellness and Education Achievement in Men of Color (5) I&S, DIV J. LOTT
Provides an overview of various factors that shape the lives of men of color along the educational pipeline. Includes discussions on the tensions, contradictions, and possibilities. Offered: AWSp.
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EDUC 360 The Dream Project: Mentoring and Education Policy (1, max. 8) I&S
Discusses policy approaches to social mobility and educational access and supports development of communication and mentoring skills gained in EDUC 260. Supports students' mentorship of high school students on college readiness and access to higher education. Corequisite: EDUC 369. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSp.
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EDUC 361 The Dream Project: Special Topics (1, max. 8) I&S Taylor, Twitchell
Provides discussion and exploration of a single topic related to social mobility and access to higher education. Designed for students who have already completed EDUC or EDUC 360 who wish to examine a topic more closely. Corequisite: EDUC 369. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.
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EDUC 369 The Dream Project: High School Visits - Field Experience (1, max. 8) Taylor, Twitchell
Involves weekly tracel to local high schools, menoring low-income or first-generation juniors and seniors through the college readiness and admissions process. Corequisite: either EDUC 260, EDUC 360, or EDUC 361. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.
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EDUC 370 Learning Within and Across Settings (5)
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).
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EDUC 401 Practicum in Community Service Activity (1-18, max. 20) I&S
Tutoring and teaching experiences in a school or community service organization. Placement made according to participant interests and needs. Participation on a predetermined schedule plus scheduled orientation and debriefing sessions are required. Maximum of 20 credits from EDUC 401, EDUC 411, and EDUC 421 may apply towards graduation. Offered: AWSp.
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EDUC 402 Practicum in Classroom Teaching and Management: Primary (1-18, max. 20)
Tutoring and teaching experiences in a primary school setting (grades K-3). Placements made according to participant's interest and needs. Participation on a predetermined schedule plus scheduled orientation and debriefing sessions.
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EDUC 403 Practicum in Classroom Teaching and Management: Intermediate (1-18, max. 20)
Tutoring and teaching experiences in an intermediate school setting (grades 4-8). Placements made according to participant's interest and needs. Participation on a predetermined schedule plus scheduled orientation and debriefing sessions.
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EDUC 404 Practicum in Classroom Teaching and Management: Secondary (1-18, max. 20)
Tutoring and teaching experiences in an intermediate school setting (grades 6-12). Placements made according to participant's interest and needs. Participation on a predetermined schedule plus scheduled orientation and debriefing sessions.
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EDUC 411 Practicum in Community Service Activity (1-18, max. 20) VLPA
Tutoring and teaching experiences in a school or community service organization. Placement made according to participant interests and needs. Participation on a predetermined schedule plus scheduled orientation and debriefing sessions are required. Maximum of 20 credits from EDUC 401, EDUC 411, and EDUC 421 may apply towards graduation.
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EDUC 421 Practicum in Community Service Activity (1-18, max. 20) VLPA/I&S
Tutoring and teaching experiences in a school or community service organization. Placement made according to participant interests and needs. Participation on a predetermined schedule plus scheduled orientation and debriefing sessions are required.
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EDUC 472 Individuals, Groups, Organizations, and Institutions (5) I&S
Examination of current research and practice in the field of individual, group, and organizational theory, with special focus on application to educational and community-based organizations.
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EDUC 473 Community Based Research and Practice (5)
Focuses on understanding the principles and practices required for effective and equitable community-based research and practices in education. Prerequisite: EDUC 251; EDUC 472.
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EDUC 481 Community-Based Capstone I (5)
Prepares students for intensive community-based internship in EDUC 482 through creation of literature review and capstone project proposal. Prerequisite: EDUC 473.
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EDUC 482 Community-Based Capstone II (5-12)
Intensive community-based internship experience, including the completion of a substantial product that contribute to the organization's mission and current initiatives. Prerequisite: EDUC 481. Credit/no-credit only.
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EDUC 483 Community-Based Capstone III (5)
Culminating seminar to present community-based project, situate community work within course of study and prepare for graduate study and/or job market. Prerequisite: EDUC 482.
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EDUC 502 Advanced Practicum in Classroom Teaching and Management (1-18, max. 20)
In-depth classroom practicum experiences to certificated teachers working on additional endorsements. Arrangements must be made prior to enrolling with an adviser in the Teacher Education Office. Offered: AWSpS.
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EDUC 700 Master's Thesis (*-)
Prerequisite: permission of faculty adviser and Graduate Program Coordinator. Offered: AWSpS.
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EDUC 750 Capstone Experience (2-10, max. 30)
Provides advanced opportunities to integrate theory and practice through a capstone learning and research experience. Prerequisite: permission of faculty adviser and Graduate Program Coordinator. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.
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EDUC 800 Doctoral Dissertation (*-)
Prerequisite: permission of Supervisory Committee Chairperson and Graduate Program Coordinator. Offered: AWSpS.
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EDUC 801 Practice Doctorate Project/Capstone (*-)
Prerequisite: permission of Supervisory Committee Chairperson and Graduate Program Coordinator. Offered: AWSpS.
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