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ED 205 Overview

In this course students will study and discuss the philosophy of education in historical context as it reflects societal norms and values. Of particular emphasis will be the examination of the experience of various groups whose culture, religion, race or ethnicity placed them outside of the “mainstream” American culture. In addition to this, students also will study the characteristics of the Franciscan tradition with particular emphasis on peacemaking and reconciliation among various groups as a way of becoming more culturally proficient through an arts integration framework. This will be accomplished through reflection, exploring the InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards, museum building and artful interaction with K-12 students. Prerequisite: ED 101.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • ED

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Education for Diversity:Hist Fndtn - 2020 Fall ED205

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: In this course students will study and discuss the philosophy of education in historical context as it reflects societal norms and values. Of particular emphasis will be the examination of the experience of various groups whose culture, religion, race or ethnicity placed them outside of the “mainstream” American culture. In addition to this, students also will study the characteristics of the Franciscan tradition with particular emphasis on peacemaking and reconciliation among various groups as a way of becoming more culturally proficient through an arts integration framework. This will be accomplished through reflection, exploring the InTASC Model Core Teaching Standards, museum building and artful interaction with K-12 students.

Course Code:
ED 205 A

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

T, R 11:00 AM - 12:20 PM

Face to Face

Main Campus