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FOUNDATIONS AMERICAN EDUCATION

CRN: 73580

Section: EDU 202-701

Credits: 3 credit hours

Availability: 9 (Capacity: 25)

Dates: 08-29-2022 – 12-09-2022

Instructor: Patricia Gridley

SCHEDULED MEETING TIMES:

Online Study (Asynchronous)
Study online anytime; no mandatory meeting time

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Examines issues of education and the social, historical, philosophical, political, and cultural foundations which influenced their development; also examines the social purposes of education through social and behavioral sciences; explores the impact of social differences on education; helps the student develop a personal philosophy of education; and examines the relationship of schooling to democratic principles. Students must complete 20 hours of observation in classrooms based on their chosen area of interest: Childhood-1st through 6th grade or Adolescence-7th through 12th grade. Students observe 2 hours per week for the entire semester; students must provide their own transportation to offcampus locations.

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