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Undergraduate Educational Foundations

2014 Spring 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.


1 Units

PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT I

Educational Foundations 214

This course provides a hybrid course format (online & face-to-face) for students who need to fulfill the preprofessional portfolio requirement for admission to professional education. It is designed to assist students in developing a Phase 2 developmental preprofessional portfolio aligned with University of Wisconsin-Whitewater's College of Education (COE) conceptual framework and Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's (DPI) standards and assessment categories. Students will also be instructed in development of the basic preprofessional requirements (philosophy statement, key/seminal artifacts, and reflective statement(s)).


3 Units

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Educational Foundations 222

A developmental study of the child from conception to the onset of puberty, including physical, psychosocial and cognitive growth. Concurrent enrollment in EDFNDPRC 210 and EDFOUND 243, pass 2 portions of PPST and 2.75 combined GPA.


3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

Educational Foundations 230

The focus of this course is the study of human development and change throughout the entire lifespan from psychological, sociological, and biological perspectives.


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. Through an emphasis on historical, cultural, and sociological perspectives, students will understand how issues of diversity have shaped the educational experiences of different groups of Americans. For those seeking licensure in education, concurrent enrollment in EDFNDPRC 210 and EDFOUND 212 or EDFOUND 222, pass 2 portions of PPST and 2.75 combined GPA.


3 Units

URBAN EDUCATION SERVICE LEARNING

Educational Foundations 342

Edfound 342 prepares students to work more effectively with urban students, including economically disadvantaged students, immigrant students, and children and youth of color. The course includes a 50 hour service component, in addition to academic coursework.


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.


3 Units

UNDERSTANDING AND DEALING WITH DISRUPTIVE CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR

Educational Foundations 475

Designed to give students an opportunity to discuss the various theoretical approaches to handling disruptive behavior in the classroom and to apply these approaches to actual problem situations. Emphasis will also be placed on the prevention of behavior problems through the development of effective classroom procedures. Recommended for all Education majors.


3 Units

ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT

Educational Foundations 478

Adolescent Development acquaints students with the major theories related to adolescent development and helps students interpret the theories in ways which are meaningful in understanding and working with adolescents. Focus is on the changes of adolescence with special attention given to the biological, cognitive, social and emotional systems.


3 Units

HUMAN ABILITIES AND LEARNING

Educational Foundations 481

This course is designed to help educators comprehend and apply the fundamental psychological principles underlying the teacher-learning process. Among the areas considered are motivation, classroom management, instructional applications, individual differences and creativity.


3 Units

EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS

Educational Foundations 482

This course is designed for students at the senior or graduate level who find it necessary to be an educated consumer of statistical information. This is designed to be a first course on this topic. Major areas of study include gathering/organizing data, probability, inferential techniques (t-test, ANOVA, follow-up tests, correlation, and repression), non-parametric techniques (chi-square test), and single subject designs.


1-3 Units

INDEPENDENT STUDY

Educational Foundations 498

Study of a selected topic or topics under the direction of a faculty member. Repeatable. Prereq: Sponsorship of instructor and permission of department.

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