Graduate-Level FEEP Course Spring 2018

Dear Educational Studies Faculty and Graduate Students,

ESCE 5189 (Graduate-level FEEP) is bein goffered Spring, 2018 (please see below). It’s likely that I will offer the course during spring semesters for the future as well.

Please feel free to contact me (Goddard.21) with questions.

Best wishes,


Great Courses for Spring 2018

Quantitative Analysis: Special Issues and Considerations

Social Work 8405
Class 10135
Thursdays 4:00-6:45
Smith Lab, Room 3082

Natasha Bowen
College of Social Work

A course on Structural Equation Modeling (Social Work 8405) is being offered through the College of Social Work in the spring of 2018. The course is open to PhD students from all disciplines who have intermediate-level statistics preparation. The goal of the course is to prepare students to independently conduct the most common types of SEM analyses—path analysis, confirmatory factor analysis, and general structural models—using Mplus. Skills and knowledge obtained in the course will be generalizable to other SEM software. Students do not need to have Mplus software or experience with Mplus to take the course. The course is taught through team-based learning.

Instructor permission is required. Contact Natasha Bowen ( if you are interested and would like more information.

Learning Technologies Diffusion, Innovation, and Change

Class 33029
Thursdays 4:10-6:50
Ramseyer Hall, Room 309

Ana-Paula Correia
Associate Professor
Educational Studies

A course on Technology Diffusion is being offered through the College of Education and Human Ecology.  This course will introduce students to the practices and principles of technology diffusion, innovation, and strategic change in education.  Attributes of innovation, the innovation-development and innovation-decision processes, leaders as change agents and strategies on managing change are explored.

Scaling and Item Response Theory

Class 9067
Mondays 12:45-3:25
Ramseyer Hall, Room 336

Cristian Gugiu
Assistant Professor
Educational Studies

A course on Scaling and Item Response Theory is being offered through the College of Education and Human Ecology.  This course will introduce students to the family of Rasch models.  Emphasis will be placed on real-world applications to educational, psychological, and health outcomes data.  The software Winsteps will be used to perform all analysis. 


New Course SP18: EDUCST 5880

EDUCST 5880.04S: Interprofessional Education: Collaboration in Urban Communities
Spring Semester 2018
Tuesday, 4:30-6:50pm

Develop and practice skills necessary for interprofessional collaboration in solving complex human problems in a case based format with a particular focus on urban communities the first half of the course. This will prepare students for the second half of the course which will be focused on students, faculty, community residents, and professionals offering research-based solutions to community identified challenges. There will be a focus on community asset mapping, best professional and interprofessional practices, and teamwork. This will culminate in a service learning project at the end of the semester.

For more information, feel free to contact Antoinette Miranda at or 614-292-5909.


ESLTEC 5230: Educational Videography

Autumn 2017
Mondays 4:30pm-6:50pm
Format: In Person

Learn how to create educational videos! Produce videos for college, school, online, community and professional settings. [No prerequisites and no previous video production experience is required].

Course covers all phases of video production including:

  • Camera
  • Audio
  • Lighting
  • Editing

For more information, please contact Dr. Rick Voithofer at



ESHESA 7570: Internationalizing Colleges and Universities

Fall Semester 2017
Dr. Tatiana Suspitsyna
Tuesdays 9:35am-12:30pm

This seminar introduces students to scholarly and practitioner perspectives on internationalization and globalization of colleges and universities in the US. The course invites students to apply critical approaches and data from the readings to the examination of university policies, practices, and issues such as growing foreign student enrollments, global production of knowledge, international service learning and study abroad, and American universities’ strategies in the global market. The course engages several local and international administrators and researchers as invited guest speakers and emphasizes classroom discussion and exchange of ideas.

Multiple Perspectives on Teaching & Learning

The Department of Teaching & Learning is offering a course in Autumn 2017 offered to graduate students in other programs.

EDUTL 6050: Multiple Perspectives on Teaching and Learning
Dr. Brian Edmiston

This three credit hour course is recommended for individuals who do not have a strong academic background in education. Dr. Edmiston has taught EDUTL 6050 for the past three years to domestic and international students where they develop understanding of the core concepts of learning and teaching in relation to stories of their own experiences as well as examples from U.S. classrooms. The class will meet on 6 Saturdays (August 26, September 2, September 30, October 21, November 4 and December 9) this Fall from 9am-4pm at Graham Expeditionary Middle School (GEMS) located at 140 E. 16th Ave. Columbus, OH 43201.

There is a second section of EDUTL 6050 being offered this fall. The course will meet Mondays from 7:10-9:30pm in 384 Arps and will be taught by a lecturer, NOT Dr. Edmiston.