educ519 | Graduate
Foundations Of Education
This graduate-level course is 4 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Standards, Curriculum, and Assessment
- Compare curriculum design models in relation to student learning.
- Identify the importance of Common Core Standards in the educational system.
- Determine the relationship between standards, assessments, and accountability.
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.
Historical Perspectives & Educational Philosophy
- Relate important events and their effects on the history of education.
- Analyze the education system in a changing world.
- Evaluate the evolution of education.
- Examine the role of the federal government in education.
- Analyze educational philosophies.
- Develop an educational philosophy.
- Reflect on the influence of philosophy on instruction.
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.
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