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EDUC 210 PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION

Fall, 3 credit hours GER 3

This course provides an overview of the historical, sociological, and philosophical foundations of education in the United States. The course examines pedagogy, and the importance of evaluation, assessment, and accountability in education. Policies and practices related to school governance, policies, and finances are explored.

Prerequisites: ENGL 101 Composition and the Spoken Word

EDUC 300 THE PEDAGOGY & TECHNOLOGY OF ONLINE LEARNING

Fall/Spring, 3 credit hours

This course will provide the student with fundamental information with which to design and deliver an effective Online Distance Learning course. Topics include: current eLearning research, pedagogical skills to impart the specialized knowledge/content, teacher-student interactions, applying technology-based web 2.0 tools, and building an online course. Three credit hours. Prerequisites: Junior level status AND 2.5 GPA, with prior education courses or teaching experience, or permission of instructor.

Prerequisites: Junior level status and 2.5 GPA with prior education courses or teaching experience, or permission of instructor.

EDUC 291-295, 391-395 OR 491-495 SPECIAL TOPICS: EDUCATION

Fall/Spring, 1- 4 credit hours

An introductory or more advanced exploration of subjects not covered by other courses currently available. These courses are designed to expand on topics in specific areas of education or current issues in the professional field of education.