ECS 100 Knowledge, Schooling and Society
This course introduces students to historical and foundational questions: what counts as knowledge and how has knowledge been “produced” and reproduced through schooling and its administration in the past and the present. Students will explore these questions in various ways, including observations in contemporary schools and communities. This course begins the complex process of constructing teacher knowledge.
EPSY 225 Assessing Student Learning
An introduction to basic principles and practices in assessing learning during the early childhood, elementary and middle years. Focus will be on melding theory and practice.
EPSY 322 Students with Exceptional Needs in the Inclusive Classroom
An introduction to universal design for learning and differentiated instruction for the inclusive classroom and school. Course content also includes an overview of characteristics and instructional implications associated with specific disabilities.
KIN 170 Lifestyle, Health and Wellness
The factors which affect and individual’s health will be examined and the potential role of lifestyle choices in the maintenance of health will be discussed. This course will enable the student to become an informed, responsible, active participant in one’s own health.