Foundations Courses Spring 2015 !
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ED 510B: A/r/tography:Arts-based Educational Research
What does it mean to approach educational research through the multiple lenses of artist, researcher, and teacher? How might creativity and living inquiry inform educational research? This course examines arts-based educational research as an innovative strand of qualitative research methodologies. Students will develop skills in comprehending and critically evaluationg a/r/tographic research, contrast this approach to inquiry with others in the field of education, and develop their own a/r/tographic research project. -- Meets requirements of any ED510, R 7:20-10:00, Kerri Mesner.
ED 502B: Rethinking Gender & Sexuality Education in an (Alter) Global World
How and where do people learn about gender and sexuality around the world, and how do global and transnational social movements and politics impact upon these experiences? What educational institutions (family, religious institutions, schools, health organizations, media and other public curriculum agencies) influence and affect how people learn about themselves and others as gendered and sexualized beings? In what ways do pedagogies of gender and sexuality, both formal and informal, require the acquisition of ignorance as well as knowledge? How do transnational agencies interact with these experiences? Is it possible to design a “positive impact” on the ways that youth and their allies learn about themselves and others as gendered and sexualized beings? This course tries to answer these questions. Students learn about social and philosophical theories that can be used to think about these questions, and design their own educational projects as educational agents themselves. --Meets requirements of any ED502, R, 4:30-7:10, Peter Appelbaum.
ED 677: Seeking Equity in Connected Learning & Teaching
This course will explore a range of ideas related to a framework of design and learning principles called Connected Learning, and support all participants in designing their own Connected Learning environment/opportunity for others based on these principles. Connected Learning is an approach that sees learning as interest-driven, peer supported, and oriented toward powerful outcomes for youth. It also encourages a production-centered approach in openly network environments within communities of shared purpose. This course then, with a specific emphasis on equity, has been explicitly designed to support participants in exploring connected learning by engaging in a range of connected practices themselves as learner-teachers, both on and offline. This course is open to classroom educators and non-classroom educators alike. Online (with local face-to-face options), Christina Cantrill.
Who should I speak with if I have a question about Foundations Courses?
Peter Appelbaum, your Director of Disciplinary & Transdisciplinary Programs in the Department of Curriculum, Cultures, and Child/Youth Studies at Arcadia.