EDUR 400 Sociocultural Analysis of Education
3 semester hours
A study of the sociological and anthropological analysis of contemporary education with emphases on historical and cultural contexts, culturally sensitive pedagogy, cultural and ethnic diversity, social/cultural issues, equity, access to the core curriculum, and demographic trends in schools and society. Emphasis is placed on the preparation of professionals for the teaching profession and their awareness of social, psychological, and cultural forces shaping society today so that they are prepared to work with all learners. This course is designed for undergraduates in the traditional and/or blended teacher preparation program.
Sophomore or higher standing required.
University Core fulfilled: Integrations: Ethics and Justice; Flags: Engaged Learning, Oral Skills.