EDU 200 - Foundations of Education
This course will explore the American education system through a social justice perspective. It will focus on the foundations of the American education system, with emphasis on the historical, philosophical, and socio-cultural roots of education. In addition, students will explore the influences of the political, economic, legal and ethical bases of American education and will research and present on relevant educational policies. Within this framework, contemporary educational values and issues will be critically examined. Three class hours.
Prerequisite OR Corequisite: EDU 100;
Course Learning Outcomes
1. Analyze the historical foundations of schooling in the United States.
2. Analyze the philosophical foundations of schooling in the United States.
3. Analyze the sociological foundations of schooling in the United States.
4. Create a personal philosophy of teaching statement.
5. Evaluate current educational strategies designed to provide equal educational opportunities to a student population with diverse needs.
6. Identify influences that guide curriculum decisions in schools.
7. Analyze current trends that impact education today.
8. Analyze legal/ethical issues that impact education today.
9. Create a researched analysis of educational policies.
10. Present a researched analysis of educational policies.
Course Offered Fall and Spring
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Fall Semester 2016