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Undergraduate Educational Foundations

2020 Summer Term

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3 Units

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

Educational Foundations 212

This course is designed primarily for secondary school teachers. Among the areas considered are the psychology of teaching, learning theories, memory, development, intelligence, creativity, individual differences, motivation, and classroom management.


3 Units

FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION IN A PLURALISTIC SOCIETY

Educational Foundations 243

This course is designed to prepare students to understand and teach in school settings with diverse populations. Attention will be directed to major educational issues, the experiences of students from diverse backgrounds, and the role of the teacher in a pluralistic society.


3 Units

MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Educational Foundations 424

This class is designed for special education, communicative disorders, and elementary education majors. It includes testing, measurement, and evaluation of student progress in multiple contexts. Teacher testing, assessment, and decision making in the school environments are emphasized as well as examining traditional and performance assessment strategies. Basic statistical procedures, the use and interpretation of standardized tests, appropriate use of non-testing techniques are covered as well as various grading and reporting systems.


3 Units

MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOL

Educational Foundations 425

This class is designed for special education, communicative disorders and secondary education majors. It includes testing , measurement, and evaluation of student progress in multiple contexts and subject areas. Teacher testing, assessment, and decision making in the school environments are emphasized as well as examining traditional and performance assessment strategies. Basic statistical procedures, the use and interpretation of standardized tests, appropriate use of non-testing techniques are covered as well as various grading and reporting systems specific to the secondary school setting.

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