2016-2017 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CEDUC 1352 Teaching, Learning and Social Responsibility

This course introduces aspiring teachers to the role of the school in a multicultural society and helps them develop a professional identity. Issues related to mainstreaming and inclusion are addressed. Through a variety of means which include site visits, speakers and panelists, and case studies, students are introduced to five areas of education: early childhood, elementary, special, middle, and secondary education. Issues related to the integration and inclusion of students with special needs in regular education environments are addressed. Students also expand and develop their critical thinking skills. Field visits/experiences are incorporated into the course throughout the semester.

Both a grade of C and successful completion of the field experience are required to advance in the major.

Credits

4

Offered

Spring semester

Notes

Both a grade of C or higher in this course and the successful completion of the early field experience are prerequisites for CEDUC 2351, 2352, 2353 or CSPED 2354