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EDU 7106: Trends and Research in Global Education
The course provides students with an overview of past developments, emerging trends, relevant research findings, teaching and learning methods, and prominent ideas in global education. The nature and quality of research in global, comparative, and international education represent a particular focus of the course. Students will be expected to participate interactively and to show evidence of reflection on the purposes and design of education as it is organized in societies around the world. A key question organizing the seminar is, how do different approaches to educational theory, practice, and research inform our perspectives on teaching and learning, educational policies and requirements, and expectations of teachers and students in an increasingly interconnected, global society? May be repeated for credit up to 6 credits.

TermCRNCredits Instructor(s)DaysTime DatesLocationFeesOpen
Summer 60183 3-6 Art Ellis
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W
M
9:00AM-3:30PM
9:00AM-3:30PM
9:00AM-3:30PM
07/11-07/11
07/13-07/13
08/01-08/01
Peterson Hall 302
Peterson Hall 302
Peterson Hall 302
$785/cr - Add to Outlook
Restrictions: Doctoral only. Grade Modes: (Default) Normal with N, Audit Instructional Methods: Traditional Note: Eight-Week Session
Autumn 6514 3-6 Art Ellis
Arranged
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09/26-12/02
Arranged
$785/cr - Add to Outlook
Restrictions: Doctoral only. Grade Modes: (Default) Normal with N, Audit Instructional Methods: Traditional Note: Full Term
Winter 26745 3-6 Art Ellis
Arranged
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01/04-03/13
Arranged
$785/cr 6 open seats Add to Outlook
Restrictions: Doctoral only. Grade Modes: (Default) Normal with N, Audit Instructional Methods: Traditional Note: Full Term
Spring 45197 3-6 Art Ellis
Arranged
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03/27-06/02
Arranged
$785/cr 6 open seats Add to Outlook
Restrictions: Doctoral only. Grade Modes: (Default) Normal with N, Audit Instructional Methods: Traditional Note: Full Term


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