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EDUCATION

EDU-696
Selected Topics: Non-recurring (1-6)

Course Level: Graduate

Topics vary by section, may be repeated for credit with different topic.

EDU-696
F01L
EDUCATION
SUMMER 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics: Non-recurring (1-6)

Bilingual Language Acquisition

This course examines the theories and research of bilingual first language acquisition and child second language acquisition to provide a strong theoretical foundation to educators of bilingual programs. A child's bilingual language development is investigated at all levels of language (sound, form and meaning) from various current traditions: psycholinguistic, sociolinguistic and infancy research. Meets with EDU-696 F91L, EDU-696 F92L, and EDU-696 F93L.

EDU-696
F91L
EDUCATION
SUMMER 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics: Non-recurring (1-6)

Bilingual Language Acquisition

This course examines the theories and research of bilingual first language acquisition and child second language acquisition to provide a strong theoretical foundation to educators of bilingual programs. A child's bilingual language development is investigated at all levels of language (sound, form and meaning) from various current traditions: psycholinguistic, sociolinguistic and infancy research. Meets with EDU-696 F01L, EDU-696 F92L, and EDU-696 F93L.

EDU-696
F92L
EDUCATION
SUMMER 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics: Non-recurring (1-6)

Bilingual Language Acquisition

This course examines the theories and research of bilingual first language acquisition and child second language acquisition to provide a strong theoretical foundation to educators of bilingual programs. A child's bilingual language development is investigated at all levels of language (sound, form and meaning) from various current traditions: psycholinguistic, sociolinguistic and infancy research. Meets with EDU-696 F01L, EDU-696 F91L, and EDU-696 F93L.

EDU-696
F93L
EDUCATION
SUMMER 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics: Non-recurring (1-6)

Bilingual Language Acquisition

This course examines the theories and research of bilingual first language acquisition and child second language acquisition to provide a strong theoretical foundation to educators of bilingual programs. A child's bilingual language development is investigated at all levels of language (sound, form and meaning) from various current traditions: psycholinguistic, sociolinguistic and infancy research. Meets with EDU-696 F01L, EDU-696 F91L, and EDU-696 F92L.

EDU-696
N91HB
EDUCATION
SUMMER 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics: Non-recurring (1-6)

Secondary Special Education and the Common Core

This course provides teachers with a review of existing resources, literature and research in evidenced-based practices in special education. Participants develop strategies for undertaking standards-based gap analysis and the use of diagnostic and remedial approaches to design instructional strategies. The course culminates with the development of a community of practice that prepares the participant teachers to share knowledge and skills gained in the course sessions with their colleagues.

EDU-696
N92HB
EDUCATION
SUMMER 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics: Non-recurring (1-6)

Secondary English Language Learners and the Common Core

This course provides teachers with a review of existing resources, literature and research in evidenced-based practices for students who are English language learners. Participants develop strategies for undertaking standards-based gap analysis and the use of diagnostic and remedial approaches to design instructional strategies. The course culminates with the development of a community of practice that prepares the participant teachers to share knowledge and skills gained in the course sessions with their colleagues.

EDU-696
001
EDUCATION
SPRING 2016

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics: Non-recurring (1-6)

The Art of Teaching: A Course for Doctoral Students

This course explores teaching and learning strategies with a focus on creating course content, skills and instructional methodology; educational theory; selecting appropriate online learning tools and the value of experiential learning. Students also explore their own learning styles and the role of diversity in creating a pro-social learning environment.

EDU-696
N94
EDUCATION
SUMMER 2015

Course Level: Graduate

Selected Topics: Non-recurring (1-6)

NGSS for Middle School Science

This course provides a framework for applying the Next Generation Standards in the middle school science classroom. Emphasis is placed on alignment of planning to the NGSS standards and connecting classroom experiences to the current practices of science. The course is run collaboratively with four science content courses that include laboratory experiences in the university classroom and area middle schools as well as an analysis of practical experience with respect to current literature.