EDU 205 - Introduction to Education
Prerequisite: ENG 101 with a ‘C’ or higher
Description: Provides students with an initial perspective of Education. Topics include purposes of schooling and schools; effective schools; diversity and its effects on schools, teachers, and students; societal and political issues affecting schools; comparative education; curriculum issues and controversies; and technology’s impact on schools and schooling. Also, philosophical, legal, and financial issues facing today’s schools; history of American education; and current trends in education reform. This class requires a minimum of 20 hours and a maximum of 30 hours of classroom experiential involvement in local schools.
Lecture Hours: 3
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