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EDU-596 Selected Topics:Non-Recurring Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course

Selected Topics: Non-Recurring (1-6) Topics vary by section. Repeatable for credit with different topic.

EDU-596-001
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course
Section Title: Ed Policy in the Global South
Educational Policy in the Global South (3) This course is an in-depth analysis of educational policies in the Global South, drawing on theories of comparative and international education to investigate and compare the creation, dissemination, innovation, and evaluation of educational policies and systems worldwide. The course first explores the theoretical origins of educational policies in the twentieth century and then inquires as to the complications the twenty-first century has rendered on these long-standing structures. It makes use of multiple modalities to deepen the analysis and to construct students' understandings of these dilemmas and questions.
EDU-596-002
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course
Section Title: Contemp Issues in Higher Educ
Contemporary Issues in Higher Education (3). This course provides an overview of issues surrounding higher education in the twenty-first century. Students look at how current issues on college campuses affect students, faculty, and staff. Students also explore a comparative analysis of historical and current trends in higher education on topics surrounding activism, race and racism, college athletics, mental health, undocumented college students, and much more. Meets with EDU-596 900 EDU-596 901.
EDU-596-003
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course
Section Title: Education Innovation
Education Innovation (3) Students examine a variety of innovations that are changing elementary, secondary and post-secondary education: new learning models such as 'flipped' classrooms and competency-based learning, new technologies, new school delivery models such as blended and online schools, and more. Students review real-world case studies for each, gain insight into these innovative approaches and how they are designed, assess their efficacy for learners, examine policy implications, and assess the costs and benefits of innovation in education for students, schools, taxpayers, and society.
EDU-596-004
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course
Section Title: Whole Child Coordinated System
Whole Child, Coordinated Systems (3) Children bring a variety of educational, social, emotional, and physical needs into schools. Students develop a deep understanding of the social context of education and the whole child, identify strategies for addressing non-school factors that impact student outcomes, and examine how different sectors (e.g., health, housing, and criminal justice), families, and the community interact with the education sector. Students visit local schools and place-based strategies to enrich their understanding of the whole child. Meets with EDU-596 904 and EDU-596 905.
EDU-596-900
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course
Section Title: Contemp Issues in Higher Educ
Contemporary Issues in Higher Education (3) This course provides an overview of issues surrounding higher education in the twenty-first century. Students look at how current issues on college campuses affect students, faculty, and staff. Students also explore a comparative analysis of historical and current trends in higher education on topics surrounding activism, race and racism, college athletics, mental health, undocumented college students, and much more. Meets with EDU-596 002 EDU-596 901.
EDU-596-901
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course
Section Title: Contemp Issues in Higher Educ
Contemporary Issues in Higher Education (3) This course provides an overview of issues surrounding higher education in the twenty-first century. Students look at how current issues on college campuses affect students, faculty, and staff. Students also explore a comparative analysis of historical and current trends in higher education on topics surrounding activism, race and racism, college athletics, mental health, undocumented college students, and much more. Meets with EDU-596 002 EDU-596 900.
EDU-596-902
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course
Section Title: Education Innovation
Special Tuition Rate. Education Innovation (3) Students examine a variety of innovations that are changing elementary, secondary and post-secondary education: new learning models such as 'flipped' classrooms and competency-based learning, new technologies, new school delivery models such as blended and online schools, and more. Students review real-world case studies for each, gain insight into these innovative approaches and how they are designed, assess their efficacy for learners, examine policy implications, and assess the costs and benefits of innovation in education for students, schools, taxpayers, and society. Open only to students in the TFA and TNTP programs. Meets with EDU-596 003 and EDU-596 903.
EDU-596-903
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course
Section Title: Education Innovation
Special Tuition Rate. Education Innovation (3) Students examine a variety of innovations that are changing elementary, secondary and post-secondary education: new learning models such as 'flipped' classrooms and competency-based learning, new technologies, new school delivery models such as blended and online schools, and more. Students review real-world case studies for each, gain insight into these innovative approaches and how they are designed, assess their efficacy for learners, examine policy implications, and assess the costs and benefits of innovation in education for students, schools, taxpayers, and society. Open only to students in partnership programs. Meets with EDU-596 003 and EDU-596 902.
EDU-596-904
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course
Section Title: Whole Child Coordinated System
Special Tuition Rate. Whole Child, Coordinated Systems (3) Children bring a variety of educational, social, emotional, and physical needs into schools. Students develop a deep understanding of the social context of education and the whole child, identify strategies for addressing non-school factors that impact student outcomes, and examine how different sectors (e.g., health, housing, and criminal justice), families, and the community interact with the education sector. Students visit local schools and place-based strategies to enrich their understanding of the whole child. Open only to students in the TFA and TNTP programs. Meets with EDU-596 004 EDU-596 905.
EDU-596-905
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course
Section Title: Whole Child Coordinated System
Special Tuition Rate. Whole Child, Coordinated Systems (3) Children bring a variety of educational, social, emotional, and physical needs into schools. Students develop a deep understanding of the social context of education and the whole child, identify strategies for addressing non-school factors that impact student outcomes, and examine how different sectors (e.g., health, housing, and criminal justice), families, and the community interact with the education sector. Students visit local schools and place-based strategies to enrich their understanding of the whole child. Open only to students in partnership programs. Meets with EDU-596 004 EDU-596 904.
EDU-596-001
Term: Spring 2019 Regular Term
Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course
Section Title: Global Issues in Higher Educ
Global Issues in Higher Education (3) Utilizing qualitative research strategies, students critically examine key issues affecting global educational policies and practices in the higher education sector. Topics include globalization, education and culture as soft diplomacy, language and minority rights, cross-border and transnational education, international student mobility, and internationalization at home. Meets with EDU-596 901.
EDU-596-901
Term: Spring 2019 Regular Term
Course Level: 500-LEVEL Course
Section Title: Global Issues in Higher Educ
Special Tuition Rate. Global Issues in Higher Education (3) Utilizing qualitative research strategies, students critically examine key issues affecting global educational policies and practices in the higher education sector. Topics include globalization, education and culture as soft diplomacy, language and minority rights, cross-border and transnational education, international student mobility, and internationalization at home. Open only to students in partnership programs. Meets with EDU-596 001.