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EDU-881 Studies in General and Special Education Curriculum & Leadership

Doctorate, Graduate


Course Overview

The course deals in-depth with the history and role of schooling in American society. It addresses the nature and roots of curriculum as well as relationships between child development and curriculum, teacher education, and evaluation. Various model programs across the nation will be explored. Students become familiar with theories of curriculum, and important trends in early childhood, elementary, and secondary levels, including special education. The course specifically addresses the challenges facing the educational leader, including teacher educators, as reflected in the professional literature.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate
At least 3 years experience teaching K-12 and admission to the CSEDL program; or permission of the program director

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate