Here you will gain access to the courses I am teaching Winter term.
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ED 633 Educational Research
Introduces the methods and techniques of quantitative, qualitative, action, and mixed methods commonly used in educational research in a variety of education, workplace, and community settings. Builds awareness of the range of methods that may be applied to different types of research studies and guidelines that should be used to select appropriate research methods. Includes research resources, ethics, and academic writing.
ED 632 Cultural, Social, and Philosophical Issues in Education
In this course we examine issues of schooling, teaching, and learning from a variety of philosophical perspectives. We try to see how practice and perception is informed by theory and ideology. Students will frame their teaching and learning experiences by examining the role of culture, history, and narrative as it applies to schooling and learning.
ED 200 Foundations of Education On-Campus
Includes historical foundations of education. Topics covered will provide novice educators with a broad picture of education and schooling in the United States, and a basis for informed decision-making regarding the complicated education environment.
ED 407 Non-Licensure Seminar (Online)
In this course we will engage in activities, discussions, and assignments that will strengthen our observation and reflection skills in order to increase our understanding of educational / schooling environments. We will work to uncover particular practices and contexts of teaching in an attempt to build a foundation for our future educational work.