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Fall 2017 - SOCIAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION AND STUDENT NEEDS. This course offers an overview of the profession of teaching, with a focus on some or all of the following: social issues affecting schools and teachers, education in a multicultural society, the roles and the job of teachers, the history of education, the organization of elementary and secondary schools, the role of government in financing education, philosophies of education, and emerging trends and reforms in education. A field-based component of the course allows students to explore issues discussed in class in real-life situations in local educational institutions. Must be taken prior to enrollment in the teacher education program, First Year or Sophomore status, or permission of instructor.(Fall 2017)
|Causes||Children & Youth Community Education Race & Ethnicity|
18 People | 134 Impacts | 198 Hours