Education Admin, Fndns & Psych (EDUA)
A study of the extensive knowledge of lifespan development and its importance for adult education practitioners. With a focus on development, learning and change, emphasis is placed on the importance of context and individual differences in adult learning.
An introduction to the field of Education from a local and global perspective. Attention will be given to historical movements in adult education, philosophical perspectives, participation and motivation, transformative perspectives on adult learning, and current and future perspectives on adult education. Not to be held with EDUA 5300.
Equiv To: EDUA 5300
An introduction to the theory and practice of program planning in adult education. Attention is given to the context in which learning is to take place, the structuring of adult learning opportunities, and the logistics of successful programming.
A study of theoretical and practical aspects of facilitation in adult education.
The purpose of the course is to explore with teacher candidates the ways in which schooling and teachers work is shaped by, and shapes, particular administrative, social, political, economic, historical, legal, organizational, and professional contexts. May not be held with EDUA 2810.
Equiv To: EDUA 2810
An examination of educational ideas and practices that are often contested in the context of a diverse society. The course also focuses on understanding schooling through historical, philosophical, sociological, and cross-cultural perspectives. May not be held with EDUA 1810.
Equiv To: EDUA 1810
A study of fundamental issues, philosophies, and models of Indigenous education. Within a multi-modal and interactive setting, cultural, spiritual, social, and political perspectives regarding Indigenous education will be critically explored. May not be held with the former EDUA 1500 or the former EDUA 3400.
Equiv To: EDUA 1500, EDUA 3400
Theory and practical applications related to understanding the complexities of culture, race, ethnicity, social inequality in classrooms, focusing on Aboriginal groups, immigration, and the needs of students in culturally diverse classrooms. May not be held with EDUA 1540.
Equiv To: EDUA 1540
This course provides a foundation for introducing teacher candidates to the impact of childhood trauma and the educator’s ongoing role as they support students’ academic and social- emotional development. May not be held with EDUA 3502 when titled "An Introduction to Childhood Trauma and Its Impact in the Classroom."
Mutually Exclusive: EDUA 3502
Topics will vary depending on the needs and interests of students, and will include specialized topics in educational administration and foundations.
Topics will vary depending on the needs and interested of teacher candidates, and will include specialized topics in educational psychology not studied in regular program courses.
Mutually Exclusive: EDUA 3422
Examination of the theory and practice of moral and religious education, including curricular and pedagogical issues in both humanistic and religious perspectives. May not be held with EDUA 1510.
Equiv To: EDUA 1510
Theory and practical applications are stressed in the preparation, use, and interpretation of various approaches to assessing student learning. May not be held with EDUA 1502.
Equiv To: EDUA 1502
The purpose of this course is to help teacher candidates increase their awareness, understanding and proficiency in communication and interpersonal relationships. Emphasis in this course is on the integration of theory, research and practice in the areas of communication and interpersonal relationships in schools. May not be held with EDUA 1550.
Equiv To: EDUA 1550
An examination of concepts and issues related to meeting the diverse needs of all students, including methods and resources that respond to diversity in classrooms and schools. May not be held with EDUA 2800.
Equiv To: EDUA 2800