EDU230 - Social Contexts in Learning (3 cr.)

Teacher candidates will analyze social contexts and their implications for learning. They will explore schools as societal institutions to identity aspects which perpetuate a system of dominance and oppression. In addition, teacher candidates will examine the classroom as a learning community for all students - including managing for student learning, language acquisition, literacy development, inclusion and use of technology. (Minimum of 10 hours of field experience). This course fulfills state-mandated requirements for the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA). (Fall/Spring). Prerequisites: EDU130 or equivalent; B.S. Childhood Education or Combined B.S/M.S.Ed major.

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