Curriculum and Instruction
Term : Summer 2017
Catalog Year : 2016-2017

ECI 555 - Marginalized Populations In Secondary Education

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Description: The primary purpose of this course is to provide teacher candidates with experience and knowledge to address the needs of marginalized populations (including but not exclusive to disabilities, GLBTQ, ethnically diverse, ELL, at-risk) in secondary grades. Completion of this course includes successfully completing Signature Assignments: Lesson Plan and Scope and Sequence. This course is grounded in a critical theoretical framework that foregrounds and explores issues of power, culture, equity, and access. The course is inquiry based, interdisciplinary, and contextually grounded through guided experiences in school sites. The application and discourse of technology is embedded in all secondary education courses. Letter grade only.

Units: 3

Sections offered: Spring 2020

Prerequisite: Admission to Graduate College