Mar 24, 2023
EGS 352 - Ethnic Studies for Educators 5 Credits
This course engages the practical challenges connected with teaching for social change. Drawing on scholarly materials that revisit assumptions about core knowledge, the course encourages students in explorations of curriculum that enhance possibility, particularly as it concerns race and gender. Emphasis is placed on activities that reinforce an applied, collaborative construction of knowledge.
Program Admission Required Yes Admitted Program BAS - EDUC
Quarters Typically Offered
Designed to Serve This course serves candidates in the Bachelor of Applied Science in Teaching and Early Learning.
Active Date 20200401T13:21:20
Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 30
Contact Hours: Lecture 55
Total Contact Hours 55
- Introduction to cultural studies in education.
- Roles of schooling in society.
- Implementing social justice discourse in core curriculum.
- Self-reflective practices.
- Practice activities and peer review.
Student Learning Outcomes
Articulate how race/gender historically function in K-12 educational settings.
Effectively analyze and discuss how community resistance to structural inequality plays out in institutional education settings.
Interpret and explain how your subjectivity and social position can impact student/teacher dynamics.
Identify and evaluate state learning standards that are incongruent with ethnic studies frameworks. .
Develop a K-9 curriculum that integrates ethnic studies with state learning standards.
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