Education Course Descriptions & Outlines

EDUC 1101 | Careers in Education | Credits: 1

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Class Act Seminar 1 is the first of four seminar classes for students in the Class Act program. Students will develop a efolio, discuss educational issues and develop a learning community. Seminar brings together their Experiential Lab experience with their current knowledge in their other classes at ICC.

EDUC 1102 | Class Act Seminar II | Credits: 2

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Class Act Seminar II is the second of four seminar classes for students in the Class Act program. Students will develop an efolio, discuss educational issues and develop a learning community. Seminar brings together their Experiential Lab experience with their current knowledge in their other classes at ICC.

EDUC 1103 | Class Act Seminar III | Credits: 1

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Class Act Seminar III is the third of four seminar courses for students in the Class Act program. Students will continue to develop their efolio, discuss educational issues and develop a learning community. Seminar brings together their Experiential Lab experience with their current knowledge in their other classes at ICC.

EDUC 1104 | Class Act Seminar IV | Credits: 1

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Class Act Seminar IV is the fourth and last seminar class for students in the Class Act program. Students will continue to develop their efolio, discuss educational issues and develop a learning community. Seminar brings together their Experiential Lab experience with their current knowledge in their other classes at ICC.

EDUC 2100 | Introduction to the Foundations of Education | Credits: 3

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This course covers the foundations of education that address the historical, social, and political foundations of education in the United States. Students will examine the roles, functions, and responsibilities of elementary and secondary classroom teachers.

EDUC 2210 | Human Relations | Credits: 3

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In this course students will explore their own beliefs, assumptions and self-concept as they examine how various racial, cultural, and economic groups contribute to our society. They will understand how to use diversity sensitive behaviors in the classroom and how social justice is related to education. Students will demonstrate how ot create a learning environment that creates positive interpersonal relationships.

EDUC 2670 | Foundations of Early Childhood Education | Credits: 3

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Students will gain understanding about philosophical, historical, pedagogical, societal, and institutional foundations of infant/toddler, preprimary, and primary grade education. Attention is given to efforts of modern programs to adapt instruction to developmental levels and experience backgrounds of young children and to work in partnership with parents.