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Maurice M. Martinez, Ph.D.
   

EDN 200 Monday

   

EDN 200 is the introductory course in the Watson College of Education teacher education program and provides a historical, sociological and philosophical perspective on education. The course introduces the conceptual framework of the WCE: teacher as professional decision maker and teacher as reflective practitioner. While students are provided with important knowledge pertaining to the U.S. education system, the course requires students to take an active part in thinking about the goals and purposes of education. In particular, the course challenges students to critically reflect on their experiences of education and to base their decisions about education and the decision to teach on informed and reasoned judgment.

EDN 200 COURSE OUTLINE 2014

EDN 200 Decision 2

Education in America

Then and Now

Deficit Theory

Leading

Ron Edmonds

Miscommunication Studies

OBGU2

Closing the Achievement Gap

Jim Cummins

Students and their Families

American Indian Observations

African American Learners

Native American Comparisons

Navajo Way

Learning Styles

American Indian Reading Program

PEARSON CHAPTER 7

A HANDBOOK FOR EDUCATORS WORKING WITH MEXICAN CHILDREN

Changing Faces of Mathematics

DEVELOPING A PHILOSOPHY