Human Relations For Educators –

edd540

(3 credits)

This course emphasizes the practical application of human relations in the educational setting. The course focuses on building an awareness of diversity, relating effectively with all groups in a pluralistic society, building respect for human dignity and individual rights, dealing with dehumanizing biases, and translating knowledge of human relations into techniques that result in positive experiences for students.
This graduate-level course is weeks. This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Advisor.

Awareness and Understanding of Subgroups

  • Identify ways to relate effectively to other individuals and various subgroups other than one's own.
  • Demonstrate awareness and understanding of the values, lifestyles, contributions, and history of subgroups in our pluralistic society.
  • Demonstrate awareness and understanding of the values, lifestyles, contributions, and history of subgroups in our pluralistic society.
  • Demonstrate awareness and understanding of the values, lifestyles, contributions, and history of subgroups in our pluralistic society.

Serving Diverse Students and Families

  • Examine federal and state civil rights legislation that impacts students.
  • Develop activities that foster respect for human dignity.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of human diversity and individual rights.
  • Translate knowledge of human relations into attitudes, skills, and techniques which will result in favorable learning experiences for students.

Bias

  • Recognize the ways in which dehumanizing biases may be reflected in instructional materials.
  • Recognize dehumanizing biases such as sexism, racism, prejudice, and discrimination and the impact that such biases have on interpersonal relations.
  • Describe how educators can deal with dehumanizing biases and the impact that such biases have on interpersonal relations and instructional materials.

Basics of Human Relations and Multicultural Education

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the basic concepts and vocabulary associated with the study of human relations and multicultural education.

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