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EDHI Course Syllabi - Fall 2016

 

Archived Syllabi

EDHI 338A Teaching and Learning about Cultural Diversity through Intergroup Dialogue; Race/Ethnicity (1 Credit)
Engages students, from one or more cultural identity groups, in facilitated dialogue about the similarities and differences of experience that exist within a group and/or between and across groups. The goal of intergroup dialogue is for students to develop comfort with, and skill for, discourse on difficult topics toward the end of fostering positive, meaningful, and sustained cross-group relationships. Whereas in debate, students learn to listen to gain advantage, in intergroup dialogue, students learn to listen to gain understanding. In so doing, students develop increased multicultural interaction facility, heightened intergroup awareness and sensitivity, and greater commitment to civic engagement. Please click here for further course information.

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EDHI 338C Teaching and Learning about Cultural Diversity through Intergroup Dialogue; Gender (1 Credit)
Engages students, from one or more cultural identity groups, in facilitated dialogue about the similarities and differences of experience that exist within a group and/or between and across groups. The goal of intergroup dialogue is for students to develop comfort with, and skill for, discourse on difficult topics toward the end of fostering positive, meaningful, and sustained cross-group relationships. Whereas in debate, students learn to listen to gain advantage, in intergroup dialogue, students learn to listen to gain understanding. In so doing, students develop increased multicultural interaction facility, heightened intergroup awareness and sensitivity, and greater commitment to civic engagement. Please click here for further course information.

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EDHI 338K Teaching and Learning about Cultural Diversity through Intergroup Dialogue; Socioeconomic Status (1 Credit)
Engages students, from one or more cultural identity groups, in facilitated dialogue about the similarities and differences of experience that exist within a group and/or between and across groups. The goal of intergroup dialogue is for students to develop comfort with, and skill for, discourse on difficult topics toward the end of fostering positive, meaningful, and sustained cross-group relationships. Whereas in debate, students learn to listen to gain advantage, in intergroup dialogue, students learn to listen to gain understanding. In so doing, students develop increased multicultural interaction facility, heightened intergroup awareness and sensitivity, and greater commitment to civic engagement. Please click here for further course information.

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EDHI 338N Teaching and Learning about Cultural Diversity through Intergroup Dialogue; Sexual Identity (1 Credit)
Engages students, from one or more cultural identity groups, in facilitated dialogue about the similarities and differences of experience that exist within a group and/or between and across groups. The goal of intergroup dialogue is for students to develop comfort with, and skill for, discourse on difficult topics toward the end of fostering positive, meaningful, and sustained cross-group relationships. Whereas in debate, students learn to listen to gain advantage, in intergroup dialogue, students learn to listen to gain understanding. In so doing, students develop increased multicultural interaction facility, heightened intergroup awareness and sensitivity, and greater commitment to civic engagement. Please click here for further course information.

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EDHI 338P Teaching and Learning about Cultural Diversity through Intergroup Dialogue; Emergent Theme (1 Credit)
Engages students, from one or more cultural identity groups, in facilitated dialogue about the similarities and differences of experience that exist within a group and/or between and across groups. The goal of intergroup dialogue is for students to develop comfort with, and skill for, discourse on difficult topics toward the end of fostering positive, meaningful, and sustained cross-group relationships. Whereas in debate, students learn to listen to gain advantage, in intergroup dialogue, students learn to listen to gain understanding. In so doing, students develop increased multicultural interaction facility, heightened intergroup awareness and sensitivity, and greater commitment to civic engagement. Please click here for further course information.

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EDHI 338R Teaching and Learning about Cultural Diversity through Intergroup Dialogue; US Born/Internationally Born (1 Credit)
Engages students, from one or more cultural identity groups, in facilitated dialogue about the similarities and differences of experience that exist within a group and/or between and across groups. The goal of intergroup dialogue is for students to develop comfort with, and skill for, discourse on difficult topics toward the end of fostering positive, meaningful, and sustained cross-group relationships. Whereas in debate, students learn to listen to gain advantage, in intergroup dialogue, students learn to listen to gain understanding. In so doing, students develop increased multicultural interaction facility, heightened intergroup awareness and sensitivity, and greater commitment to civic engagement. Please click here for further course information.

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EDHI 338W Teaching and Learning about Cultural Diversity through Intergroup Dialogue; Story Circle (Size and Appearance) (1 Credit)
Engages students, from one or more cultural identity groups, in facilitated dialogue about the similarities and differences of experience that exist within a group and/or between and across groups. The goal of intergroup dialogue is for students to develop comfort with, and skill for, discourse on difficult topics toward the end of fostering positive, meaningful, and sustained cross-group relationships. Whereas in debate, students learn to listen to gain advantage, in intergroup dialogue, students learn to listen to gain understanding. In so doing, students develop increased multicultural interaction facility, heightened intergroup awareness and sensitivity, and greater commitment to civic engagement. Please click here for further course information.

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EDHI 488E Special Topics in Education Policy and Administration; Ecological Ethics and Education (3 Credit)


EDHI 489 Field Experiences in Education (1-4 Credit)
Planned field experience in education-related activities. Credit not to be granted for experiences accrued prior to registration.

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EDHI 498 Special Problems in Education (1-3 Credit)
Available only to students who have definite plans for individual study of approved problems.

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EDHI 605 Comparative Education (3 Credit)
Credit only granted for: EDHI605, EDPL605, or EDPS605. Formerly: EDPL605. Analyzes and compares leading issues in education in various countries of the world, particularly as they relate to crucial problems in American education.


EDHI 606 Political Economy of Education in a Global Context (3 Credit)
Credit only granted for: EDHI606, EDPL606, or EDPS606. Formerly: EDPL606. Examination of alternative economics perspectives and their implication for education policy and practice internationally, from local to global levels. The connection of education to issues of development, inequality, poverty, gender, and race will be discussed.


EDHI 650 Professional Seminar in Higher and Adult Education (3 Credit)
Credit only granted for: EDHI650, EDPL650, or EDPS650. Formerly: EDPL650. Introduction to higher and adult education as a field of study. Origins current dimensions and problems, and emerging issues. Field trips to state and national capitols, and involvement in professional conferences.


EDHI 652 Higher Education in American Society (3 Credit)
Credit only granted for: EDHI652, EDPL652, or EDPS652. Formerly: EDPL652.
Examines the concepts of academic freedom, corporate autonomy and institutional accountability with emphasis on twentieth century relationships between higher education and government in the United States.


EDHI 660 Retention Theories and the Impact of College (3 Credit)
Credit only granted for: EDHI660, EDPL660, or EDPS660. Formerly: EDPL660. An introduction to retention theories an the college impact literature. The primary focus will be to examine the disciplinary and philosophical frameworks that have informed the development of leading theories and policies.


EDHI 664 The College Experience (3 Credit)
Restriction: Permission of instructor. And must be in a major within EDUC-Counseling, Higher Education and Special Education department; or must be in a major within EDUC-Education Policy and Leadership department; or must be in a major within EDUC-Teaching, Learning, Policy and Leadership department. Credit only granted for: EDHI664, EDPL664, or EDPS664. Formerly: EDPL664.
Designed to provide students with an overview of the research and scholarship on two of the major stakeholders in higher education -- students and faculty. Examines the educational experiences of college students in and out of the classroom in higher education in the United States by focusing on what students learn and the different collegiate experiences that influence their learning.


EDHI 666 The Academic Profession (3 Credit)
Credit only granted for: EDHI666 or EDHI788P. Formerly: EDHI788P. Explores how faculty demographics, discipline, graduate socialization, and organizational context (institutional type, mission, and culture) matter to critical higher edcuation outcomes, such as student learning, community engagement, research, shared governance and access and equity.


EDHI 672 Modes of Inquiry in Education Research (3 Credit)
Credit only granted for: EDHI672, EDPL672, or EDPS672. Formerly: EDPL672. Introduction to modes of inquiry appropriate to research on issues and problems in education. Examination of qualitative, quantitative and mixed research methods and designs with a focus on related standards of quality.


EDHI 679 Master's Seminar (3 Credit)
Directed study for master's degree students writing seminar papers.

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EDHI 682 Ecological Ethics and Education (3 Credit)
Credit only granted for: EDHI682 or EDHI788E. Formerly: EDHI788E. An exploration of the paradigms, approaches, and ways of knowing offere through ecological ethics and environmental sustainability education.


EDHI 689 Practicum In Educational Administration and Supervision (1-3 Credit)
Promotes skill development in managerial, leadership and supervisory areas. Practicum is based on results of diagnostic instruments and an individual professional development plan.

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EDHI 713 Non-Formal Education (3 Credit)
Recommended: EDHI605. Credit only granted for: EDHI707, EDHI713 or EDHI788N. Formerly: EDHI788N. An examination of forms of education outside the formal education system--known generally as nonformal (NFE) education and including popular education--to identify how these forms can assist marginalized populations in both Third World and industrialized countries to improve their quality of life and undertake collective action for social advancement.


EDHI 750 International Higher Education (3 Credit)
Credit only granted for: EDHI750, EDPL750, or EDPS750. Formerly: EDPL750. Comparison of higher education systems in several countries, and of the problems and issues in higher education faced by these countries.


EDHI 788Z Special Topics in Education Policy and Administration; Race/ Ethnicity Intergroup Dialogue (1 Credit)

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EDHI 789 Doctoral Practicum in Administration and Supervision (1-3 Credit)
Experiential activities designed to enhance student skills. Based on Individual Professional Development Plan for each student.

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EDHI 798 Special Problems in Education (1-6 Credit)
Master's, AGS, or doctoral candidates who desire to pursue special research problems under the direction of their advisors may register for credit under this number

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EDHI 799 Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Credit)

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EDHI 888 Apprenticeship in Education (1-8 Credit)
Apprentice practice under professional supervision in an area of competence compatible with the student's professional goals. Credit not to be granted for experience accrued prior to registration. Open only to degree- and certificate-seeking graduate students.

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EDHI 889 Internship in Education (3-8 Credit)
Internship experiences at a professional level of competence in a particular role with appropriate supervision. Credit not to be granted for experience accrued prior to registration. Open only to students advanced to candidacy for doctoral degree.

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EDHI 898 Pre-Candidacy Research (1-8 Credit)

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EDHI 899 Doctoral Dissertation Research (6 Credit)
Registration required to the extent of 6-9 hours for an Ed.D. Project and 12-18 hours for a Ph.D. Dissertation.

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