Featured Courses

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EDUCST 5880.07: Interprofessional Approaches to Child Abuse and Neglect

Tuesdays 3:30-5:15
Online
2 credit hours
Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Contact: Stephanie Flood

Students will learn about child abuse and neglect through a socio-ecological lens examining individual, interpersonal, organizational, community, and political establishments synthesizing literatures of psychology, development, law, ethics, education, and social work.


ESHESA 3200: Who are You and What are You Doing Here? Understanding Self: Epistemic, Identity, and Social Awareness

Mondays 12:45-3:25
Hybrid
3 credit hours
Undergraduate Students
Contact: Zach Hooten

This course focuses on the role of student development theory and its use in helping students examine how they grow as a result of the college experience. Students will learn about the core issues in higher education and explore a potential career in student affairs.


ESEADM 8895: Culturally Responsive School Leadership

Online
3 credit hours
Graduate Students
Contact: Muhammad Khalifa

This course covers the histories, contexts, and major strands of culturally responsive school leadership, including: bias and systemic change, critical self-reflection, students identity, school climate, instructional leadership, and community engagement.


ESQREM 6641: Introduction to Educational Statistics

Lecture: Mondays, 4:10-6:50; Lab: Wednesday 12:00-1:30 OR 4:30-6:00
Online
4 credit hours
Graduate Students
Contact: Eric Anderman

This online course introduces descriptive and inferential statistical techniques within the context of education. Emphasis is on applications to real-world data. Students will gain experience using statistical software to analyze and interpret data.


ESLTECH 8295: Applied Instructional Design

Online
3 credit hours
Graduate Students
Contact: Ana-Paula Correia

This course provides an in-depth discussion of learning design-related topics and uses a project-based approach: students will build on what they learn and practice applying concepts, principles, and theory to address real educational problems as part of virtual design teams.


EDUTL 8421: Guided Survey of Research in Reading

Tuesdays, 7:05-9:25 p.m.
Online
3 credit hours
Graduate Students
Contact: Ian Wilkinson

This course provides an in-depth discussion of learning design-related topics and uses a project-based approach: students will build on what they learn and practice applying concepts, principles, and theory to address real educational problems as part of virtual design teams.