Current and Upcoming Courses Offered (2012-2013)
The following list of courses includes links to sample syllabi overviewing the readings, assignments and expectations of each course.
|Fall 2012||Spring 2013|
|101-01, -02 Educational Principles in a Pluralistic Society* (Ketter, Jakubiak)||101-01, -02, -03 Educational Principles in a Pluralistic Society* (Ketter, Jakubiak, Hutchison)|
|210 Historical Perspectives in US Education (Michaels)||150-01 Teaching Writing (Carl)|
|213 Critical Issues in 2nd Language Acquisition (Jakubiak)||215 Reading & Writing Youth Culture (Ketter)|
|250 Differentiating Instruction* (Ketter)||217 Comparative and International Education (Michaels)|
|469.01-06 Student Teaching Internship*||221 Educational Psychology (P. Hutchison)|
|TUT-100 Taking Comedy Seriously - Seminar (P. Hutchison)||295.02 ST: Place-Based Education (Jakubiak)|
|340 Research and Methods in Teaching the Young Adult * (Michaels)|
|342 Research and Methods in the Teaching of World Languages* (Jakubiak)|
|343 Research and Methods in Teaching and Learning in the Social Studies* (Michaels)|
|344 Research and Methods in Teaching and Learning in Mathematics* (P.Hutchison)|
|346 Research and Methods in Teaching and Learning ESL/Bilingual Education* (jakubiak)|
|*EDU Licensure Requirement|
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All Courses Offered
The following list includes all education courses offered with links to the course content (as per the college catalog's course description).