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  • LAI 620LEC Teaching Social Studies in Grades 5-12
    Lecture

    Approaches and teaching strategies that effectively prepare students in Grades 5 to 12 to meet New York State Standards in social studies. Topics include but are not limited to understanding how students learn social studies, daily and unit planning, uses of technology, means of student assessment, creating and evaluating teaching materials and learning activities, and provision of appropriate instruction for a diverse student population, including those with special needs. Particular emphasis is placed on teaching for meaningful learning and critical thinking that incorporates diverse students and perspectives. State and national professional organizations as resources for continuing professional development in social studies education are introduced as are other major resources in social studies education.

    Credits: 1 - 3
    Grading: Graded (GRD)
    Typically Offered: Varies
  • LAI 620SEM Intersectionality and Education
    Seminar

    Intersectionality, Inequality, and Education is an introduction to a subfield of education research. The first goal of the course is to provide you with an understanding of the subfield's key concepts: intersectionality, socio-cultural production and practice, identity, difference, positionality, power, (in)equality, and equity. We will foreground gender (and sexuality, feminisms, masculinities, femininities) and attend to intersections with multiple dimensions of inequality including but not limited to race, ethnicity, indigeneity, religious identity, citizenship, able-ism, refugee, migrant. The second goal of the course is to examine how the key concepts can be used to analyze curriculum, instruction, learning, and education policy. A last goal of the course is to apply this knowledge as a student, an educator, counselor, librarian, activist, administrator, parent, or education researcher. Questions we will ponder throughout the semester are: What is intersectionality? What does it have to do with education? What do theories and methodologies of intersectionality reveal to us about teaching, learning, assessment, knowledge/curriculum, school administration, or policy? How might we use this knowledge to transform education and society?

    Credits: 3
    Grading: Graded (GRD)
    Typically Offered: Varies
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Published: May 23, 2022 11:45:07