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    Capital University
   
 
  Sep 24, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin
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EDUC 151 - Foundations of the Education Profession

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(UC 100 Cognate Course)  Education 151 will introduce students to the education profession through exploration of two essential questions: What does it mean to be educated? What does it mean to choose education as a vocation? Students will reflect on their own experiences with education as they study its multiple historical, social, philosophical, ethical, and legal foundations and make connections with how these foundations influence current educational thought and practice. Students will develop an awareness of how diversity among learners, families, and communities contextualizes effective teaching, management of learning environments, and assessment of student learning. Professional development will be emphasized through students attending and reflecting on their choice of diverse and multidisciplinary campus-sponsored or community events. Fulfills University First Year Seminar Requirement.(First Year Seminar) (Offered fall/spring.) Prerequisite(s): Placement in to UC 110  or ENGL 111 .



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