|COURSE TITLE||Education I: Understanding Schools|
|SCHOOL||School of Education|
Open to all students interested in exploring a career in teaching.
Course Description: This course examines schools in a diverse and changing society. By examining the history, philosophy, legal and social responsibilities associated with schooling, you are introduced to the interactions among society, families, schools, curriculum, teachers, students, and cultures. Through guided field experiences, you will observe and reflect on different aspects of schooling with particular focus placed on the role language serves across all interactive domains of society and the role of the teacher as agent of change and empowerment. During this course, you will be challenged to examine the classroom as a diverse community where all participants can learn in a safe and appropriate environment. Professional seminars and field experiences accompany this course. This course is designed to be taken in the fall of the sophomore year. Successful completion of this course (with a grade of B or better) is required of all students seeking formal admission to the School of Education.
Course Fee: Materials will be provided
Course Rotation: Fall and Spring
|SECTION TITLE:||Education I: Understanding Schools|
|CAMPUS:||New York City|
|REQUIRED MATERIAL:||To Be Determined|
|ATTRIBUTES:||Area of Knowledge I,Civic Engagmnt & Public Values,Service Learning|
New York City Campus
|01:25 pm - 04:35 pm||TR||05/28/2019 - 07/13/2019|