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COURSE INFORMATION

COURSE TITLE Educational Psychology
CREDIT RANGE 3.000
SCHOOL School of Education
DEPARTMENT Education 
LEVEL Graduate
COREQUISITE none
PREREQUISITE none
DESCRIPTION:

Course Description: In this course, students will understand and identify differences in approaches to learning and performance, including different learning styles, and ways students demonstrate learning. Students will explore how individual experiences, talents, disabilities, and prior learning influence learning. They will examine the impact of language, culture, family, and community values on learning and behavior. Students will examine successful models of collaboration with specialists and families to address students' exceptional learning needs. This course will also focus on formal and informal methods of assessing student learning to identify learner strengths and differentiate instruction for a wide variety of student needs to facilitate academic success as well as social and personal development. Course participants will learn, understand and utilize results of assessment and principles of curriculum development to plan instructional tasks appropriate to the needs of all students. They will explore the role of technology in diverse classrooms, and will learn to reflect on their own practices, act on feedback, and change what does not work. Fieldwork is required.



SECTION INFORMATION

CRN: 50197
SUBJECT: ED
COURSE NUMBER: 631
SECTION TITLE: Educational Psychology
CAMPUS: Online
SCHEDULE TYPE: Lecture
REQUIRED MATERIAL: To Be Determined
SECTION COMMENTS: This is an online section that requires attendance and participation via Blackboard.
COREQUISITE None
FEES: 0
CAPACITY 35
SEATS AVAILABLE 2
INSTRUCTOR: Tonya Chacon
RESTRICTION(S):

Online

Online Type Date
BlackBoard 07/15/2019 - 08/24/2019