This course focuses on the historical, philosophical, sociological, legal, and curricular foundations of education. The evolution of education, the role of cultural diversity in education, curriculum and assessment, education standards, and issues and trends in education are explored. Participants analyze educational philosophies and develop a personal educational philosophy.
Examine the role of the federal government in education.
Analyze the education system in a changing world.
Evaluate the evolution of education.
Relate important events and their effects on the history of education.
Diversity in Education
Evaluate the role of cultural diversity in education.
Analyze the sociological diversity in schools.
Describe the effect of cultural diversity on instruction.
Analyze educational philosophies.
Develop an educational philosophy.
Reflect on the influence of philosophy on instruction.
Standards, Curriculum, and Assessment
Determine the relationship between standards, assessments, and accountability.
Compare curriculum design models in relation to student learning.
Identify the importance of Common Core Standards in the educational system.
Issues and Trends in Current Education
Summarize current issues in education.
Describe current legal issues in education.
Analyze the role of teachers as teacher leaders.
Explore the future of technology in education.
All objectives apply.
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