Content with Disciplines : Education

Children s Literature with Service Learning Component

Required Texts: *Babbitt, Natalie. Tuck Everlasting.Bang, Molly. The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher. *Burnett, Frances Hodgson. The Secret Garden.*Casterton, Peter (Editor), et al. Goddesses Heroes and Shamans : The Young People's Guide to World Mythology.*Hesse, Karen. Out of the DustHoffmann, Heinrich. Struwwelpeter in English Translation.Krause, Lois. "How We Learn and Why We Don·t" Sendak, Maurice. Where the Wild Things Are. Stanley, Jerry. Children of the Dust Bowl.Tatar, Maria, ed. The Classic Fairy Tales.Taylor, Mildred. Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry.Special Order: Buy only ONE of the following Mildred Taylor novellas:Taylor, Mildred. The Friendship—. Mississippi Bridge —. Song of the…

Literacy Tutoring: Principles and Practices

Center For Public & Community Service 237 Schine Student Center Office Hours: M-F 8:30 – 5:00 Kathleen A. Hinchman Reading & Language Arts Education 201 Huntington Hall Office Hours: M, 1 – 4 and by appt “In that one hour, such a difference was made. It’s a good feeling; it makes me feel that this program and volunteering as a whole is a worthwhile and productive thing. ” “I can’t believe weeks are passing. I’m fortunate for this experience.” It is said that up to 23 million Americans cannot read and write sufficiently. Estimates suggest that roughly 45,000 Central New…

Philosophical and Cultural Foundations of Inclusive Education

Course Description: EDUC 163/263 is an introduction to the philosophical, historical, cultural, and legal foundations of education within the context of a democratic, multicultural society. Within the area of philosophical foundations, students learn about curricular aims proposed by various philosophical traditions. There is an emphasis on progressive formulations that support the inclusion of students of all abilities and backgrounds within an inclusive milieu. In historical foundations students learn about the immigrant experience in the United States, the movement from segregated to integrated schools, and the history of special education, including society’s response to disability at different periods. In cultural foundations…

Multicultural Education

Office: 210 Harry Griffith HallOffice hours: M W F 2:30-4:00 or by appointment Required Texts: 715 Reading Packet Kozol, Jonathan. (1991). Savage Inequalities. New York: Harper Perennial. Introduction:There are far too many institutional and social constraints within schools blocking equitable educational opportunities for some students. There is far too little skepticism and questioning concerning groups of students who fail to learn much in our schools and fail to graduate. We (society, teachers, researchers, politicians, administrators, you, me) hold tight to our conception of what schools and learning are supposed to look like despite overwhelming evidence, especially in urban schools, that…

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (UTA) in Service-Learning Program

EDUC 388: Special Topics in Education: Guided Experiences in College Teaching Syllabus for Fall 2000 Classroom: 0135 Holzapfel Thursdays 8:45 – 10:45 am Office Hours: E-mail or call the instructor to make an appointment to discuss any questions or concerns. Application and Enrollment: Only students who completed a UTA in Service-Learning application form and were accepted into the program can be enrolled in this course. Students in this class should be simultaneously enrolled in EDCI 498: Special Problems in Teaching (one credit). UTA Responsibilities: Spend 8-10 hours per week on your teaching assistantship as determined by you and your faculty…

Principles of Health Education

Professor and Chair of Health Science Director of Community-University Partnership CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this course is to examine the philosophical, ethical and theoretical foundations of the professional practice of health education in school, community, work site and hospital settings, as well as in health promotion consultant activities. Students will be expected to develop their own philosophical, ethical and theoretical approach(s) to the field after becoming familiar with the literature related to the discipline and engaging in a service-learning project. The course does not fulfill the state health education requirement. Prerequisite: HSCI 120 or consent of the instructor. COURSE…