Spring 2023 Online Courses


EDUCST 5880.07: Interprofessional Approaches to Child Abuse and Neglect 

Class #: Section 0010 (14165 and 14166 combined sections) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: Thursday 3:30-5:35pm 

Instructor: Shanterica Blake 

 

Interdisciplinary approach to exploring issues in the identification, treatment, and prevention of child abuse and neglect.
Prereq: Jr standing, or above. Repeatable to a maximum of 4 credit hours. Cross-listed in MedColl 6880.07.


ESCE 5271: Wellness: Achieving a Healthy Lifestyle  

Class #: 0010 (14467 & 14457, combined sections) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA 

Instructor: Alisha Berendts 

 

Study and application of a holistic approach to understanding and implementing individual wellness for healthy lifestyles.


ESCE 5272: Wellness: Intervention 

Class #: 0010 (34003 & 34004, combined sections) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA 

Instructor: Ennion Ammendola 

 

The purpose of this course is to train students to understand the theories and practical applications involved in assisting individuals and targeted groups with the lifestyle modifications and habit changes that contribute to overall well being. Students must have completed ESCE 5271 before enrolling in this course. 

Prereq: 5271.


ESEADM 6366: School Finance and Business Administration 

Class #: 0010 (34362) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: Wednesday 4:10-7:20pm 

Instructor: Scott Sweetland 

 

This course is designed for Master of Arts and licensure students concentrating their studies on PK 12 educational administration at the building level. Because this is a licensure course, i.e., Principal Licensure, it is part of the larger educator preparation unit for which the mission and conceptual framework are articulated in subsequent sections of this document. Suggested prereq: 6350 and 6374.


ESEADM 7897: Special Topics: Educational Administration 

Class #: 0010 (34363) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA  

Instructor: Dustin Miller 

 

Special topics for professional educators and graduate students in selected areas; designed to provide the opportunity to update professional skills and review current research developments. 

Prereq: Grad standing, or registration in one of the professional schools. Repeatable to a maximum of 18 cr hrs or 18 completions. This course is graded S/U.


ESEPOL 5217: Comparative Perspective on Education, Globalization, and National Development  

Class #: 0010 (34064) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: Wednesday 12:45-3:15pm  

Instructor: Antoinette Errante 

 

Examines comparative perspectives on the role of educational processes in national development and globalization, including “out of school” contexts that impact where and what children learn.


ESEPOL 8895: Seminars: Educational Policy 

Class #: 0020 & 0030 (34051 & 34053 combined sections) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: Tuesday 4:30-6:50pm 

Instructor: Rhodesia McMillian 

 

 Seminar in topics of special interest. Students with permission of advisers may register for more than one section of 8895, or for the same section two or more times. 

Prereq: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 24 cr hrs or 12 completions.


ESLTECH 6223: Issues and Practices in Educational Technology   

Class #: 0010 (13431) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA  

Instructor: Richard Voithofer (voithofer.2@osu.edu) 

 

Critical examinations of the issues raised by the implementation and use of information and communications technologies (ICTs) in education. 

Prereq: Not open to students with credit for EduPL 823.


ESLTECH 6274: Instructional Design for K12 Technology Integration 

Class #: 0010 (13472) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA  

Instructor: TBA 

 

Apply instructional design practices to support the use of technology in teaching at the school and classroom levels. K12 instructional design topics include needs, formative and summative assessments, higher order learning outcomes, and technology-based differentiation.


ESLTECH 7277: Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 

Class #: 0010 (14735) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA  

Instructor: Kui Xie 

 

Explores the ways in which technologies have impacted the research and practice of teaching and learning, especially collaborative learning, in K-12 schools and higher education. 

Prereq: Not open to students with credit for EduPL 677.


ESLTECH 7297: Designing Multimedia for Instruction 

Class #: 0010 (13467) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: Monday 6:30-7:45pm  

Instructor: Tracey Stuckey 

 

Introduction to the instructional capabilities and hands-on development of multimedia; topics include relevant learning theories, authoring techniques and design models. 

Prereq: Not open to students with credit for EduPL 897.


ESLTECH 8295: Applied Instructional Design 

Class #: 0010 (13436) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA  

Instructor: Ana-Paula Correia 

 

The Applied Instructional Design course (ESLTECH 8295) is the second in a two-course sequence. It follows “Introduction to Instructional Design.” This course provides a more in-depth discussion of the topics from the introductory instructional design course using a project-based approach. In this course, students build on what they learned and practice applying concepts, principles, and theory to address real educational problems as part of design teams. They propose solutions through the use of learning technologies. The goal is to help people learn better in a variety of learning contexts and make a positive impact on groups and communities.

Explanatory Video


ESPHE 7240: Life History Interview Methods in Education 

Class #: 0010 (14673) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: Tuesday 5:30-8:00pm 

Instructor: Antionette Errante 

 

Explores Life History interview methods in education; provides students opportunity to conduct life history interviews.


ESQUAL 7230: Qualitative Research for Educators 

Class #: 0010 (12952) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA   

Instructor: Jan Nespor 

 

Introduction to qualitative research at the master’s level and to the history, methods, and substantive topics of educational ethnography. 

Prereq: Not open to students with credit for EduPL 798.


ESQUAL 8895: Seminars: Qualitative Research in Education 

Class #: 0010 (14674), 0020 (34053) Combined Sections 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: Thursday 4:30-6:50pm (0010) and Tuesday 4:30-6:50pm (0020) 

Instructor: Venus Evans-Winters (0010) and Rhodesia McMillian (0020) 

 

Seminar in topics of special interest. Students with permission of advisers may register for more than one section of 8895, or for the same section two or more times. 

Repeatable to a maximum of 24 credit hours.


ESQREM 6625: Introduction to Educational Research (3 Credits)   

Class #:0010 (13564), 0010 (13551)  

Room: Online 

Day/Time: Monday 8:00-9:30pm (0010) and Wednesday 7:05-9:45pm (0020) 

Instructor: Tracey Stuckey (0010) and Gerald Bean (0020) 

 

Designed to acquaint students with the nature of the research process and strategies for conducting studies of various aspects of education and related fields.


ESSPED 5737:  Methods of Instruction II for Students with Moderate/Intensive Disabilities with Practicum  

Class #: 0010 (13603) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: Wednesday 3:30-5:30pm 

Instructor: Carly Gilson 

 

Provides teacher candidates with the skills to implement and evaluate student performance using systematic data collection so that skill acquisition can be monitored over time. 

Prereq: Open only to special education majors, or permission of instructor.


ESSPED 5742: Applied Behavior Analysis for Teachers 

Class #: 0010 (13646) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA 

Instructor: Alana Telesman 

 

Study of principles of behavior for the development and maintenance of academic and social behaviors.


ESSPED 5750: Classroom and Behavior Management for Students with Disabilities 

Class #: 0030 (13647) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: Monday 4:10-6:55pm 

Instructor: Yvonne Goddard Sage 

 

Developing a positive learning environment and understanding definition of social skills; importance of teaching social skills, special social skill needs of individuals with disabilities; how to assess, teach, and evaluate social skill instruction. 

Prereq: Admission to the Special Education program, or permission of instructor.


ESSPED 5761: Educational Intervention for Young Children with Disabilities 

Class #: 0010 (13649) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: Wednesday 5:30-7:00pm 

Instructor: Yvonne Goddard Sage 

Study of instructional programming for language, communication, sensorimotor, cognitive, and social development in early childhood environments.
Prereq: Admission to Special Education program, or Grad standing, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for EduPAES 761.


ESSPED 5769: Delivering Effective Services to Enhance the Inclusion of Students with Special Needs 

Class #: 0010 (13567) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA 

Instructor: Peter Paul 

 

Designed to prepare special education teachers to work with administrators, general education teachers, parents and paraprofessionals to deliver instruction in inclusive settings. 

Prereq: Enrollment in Special Education major, or permission of instructor.


ESSPED 5777: Anti-racist, Culturally Responsive Education: Theories, Models, and Strategies (3 Credits) 

Class #: 0010 (14693) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: Tuesday 2:00-4:30pm 

Instructor: Donna Ford (ford.255@osu.edu) 

 

This course focuses on cultural diversity/differences and the ways in which culture (related extensively to race and ethnicity) has been and continues to be defined and addressed in the American educational system (P-12 primarily, with attention to higher education). The fundamental course focus is the achievement gap (which has many other names, such as expectation and opportunity gap).


ESSPED 6650: Introduction to Exceptional Children (3 Credits) 

Class #: 0010 (34304) & 0020 (13653) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA 

Instructor: Christina Billman (billman.71@osu.edu) 

 

An overview of the education of exceptional learners including a discussion of their characteristics and a review of historical approaches to their education and of contemporary educational practices.


ESSPED 8300: Behavior Assessment 

Class #: 0010 (14692) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA    

Instructor: Kristen Niemeyer 

 

This course will provide an overview of process for determining the function of a behavior and how to align behavioral interventions with the results of functional assessments. Content for this course is based on the BCBA Task List (5th ed.), which sets forth the knowledge and skills that serve as the foundation for BCBA certification. Specifically, this is an application-oriented course. A basic understanding of the principles of applied behavior analysis is required prior to enrollment.


ESSPED 8832: Advanced Applied Behavior Analysis 

Class #: 0010 (14692) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA 

Instructor: Sheila Morgan (morgan.651@osu.edu) 

  

Advanced study of principles of behavior for the development and maintenance of academic and social behaviors.


ESWDE 5623: Advanced Software Applications for Teachers and Trainers  

Class #: 0010 (14341 & 14340, combined sections) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA 

Instructor: Edward Fletcher an Matt Yauk 

 

Advanced understanding and skill development of computer software applications.


ESWDE 5672: Lifelong Learning in the Adult Years 

Class #: 0010 (14384 & 14349, combined sections) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA 

Instructor: David Stein 

 

Nature, extent and significance of adult in society. History, forms, methodologies, theoretical issues and philosophies. 

Prereq: Jr standing or above.


ESWDE 7727: Assuring Quality in Online Course Design: Moving from Face to Face to Online 

Class #: 0010 (34213) 

Room: Online 

Day/Time: TBA  

Instructor: Constance Wanstreet 

 

In this fully online course learners will use the quality matters rubric and supporting documents to inform the design and implementation of instruction specifically for an online teaching/learning environment. The learner will develop and submit for peer review an online course or portion of an online course. Learners will also serve as a peer reviewer using the quality matters standards. 

Cross-listed in Nursing.