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EDUC 258 - Integrated Curriculum

5 Credits

Acquaints students with the theory and application of integrated curriculum activities through the lens of culturally sustaining, antibias pedagogy as it relates to math, science, and technology learning. 

Pre-requisite(s) ECED& 160 with a min 2.0.
Course Note Formerly EDUC 253, 255, and 258.

Quarters Typically Offered
Spring Weekend

Designed to Serve Professional-technical students in early childhood education and paraeducation, current practitioners and transfer students as part of the emphasis area. 
Active Date 20200326T12:04:28

Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 25
Contact Hours: Lecture 55
Total Contact Hours 55
Degree Distributions:
ProfTech Course Yes
Restricted Elective Yes
PLA Eligible New Option

Course Outline
I. Introduction to integrated curriculum

II. Review of culturally responsive anti-bias pedagogy

III. Constructing lesson plans

IV. Planning and implementing integrated curriculum activities

V. Evaluating activities: reflective practice

VI. Practice activities and peer review


Student Learning Outcomes
Plan, implement and evaluate anti-bias, culturally relevant math, science, and technology activities for children age three to eight.  
WSCC - II. Creating the Learning Environment.3c, 3e | II. Promoting Cognitive Development 2g, 2h, 2j | II. Promoting Cognitive Development 3a, 3g, 3i, 3j | VIII. Displaying Professionalism in Practice 3.a

Plan and evaluate classroom environments that enhance math, science and technology learning.
WSCC - II. Creating the Learning Environment.3.a

Use local and national learning standards to create culturally responsive, anti-bias learning opportunities.
WA State Core Competencies for Child and Youth Professionals - II. Creating the Learning Environment.3.a

Develop curriculum to meet the needs and interests of diverse groups of learners.
WSCC - II. Promoting Cognitive Development 2i, 3h

Apply principles of equity pedagogy to design integrated learning opportunities that are responsive to local demographics. 
WSCC - II. Promoting Cognitive Development.3.b
Core Competencies for Child and Youth Professionals - II.Creating the Learning Environment.3.g

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