Schedule of Assignments
Instructor: Dr. Nora Cohen
220B Ed Hall, (541) 737-4567
Oregon State University
- IMPORTANT: Co-instructor, Barb Moody, will give feedback and grade all assignments for online students of Dr. Cohen's class. Please email your assignments to email@example.com.
- Please note that due dates for the assignments do not match the order of tasks in the modules because we felt that developing a personal teaching philosophy would be more appropriate as a final project in the course.
- Each task earns a maximum of 10 points and each capstone earns a maximum of 20 points. One bonus point will be awarded for each assignment submitted on time or early.
Nora Cohen and Barb Moody
Attend class on campus 3:30 - 5:20 p.m., Ed. Hall 201
Learn the Mind Mapping process
January 18 Historical Foundations
Submit a Mind Map of section I & II of Module I in the Web course
Submit Module I Task 1
January 25 Historical Foundations
Submit Module 1 Task 1 (if not chosen for the Jan. 18th assignment)
Submit Module 1 Task 2
February 1, 8, 15 and 22 Social, Political, and Economic Aspects of EducationUndergraduates (Ed 416):
Submit three of the four tasks in Module II plus the Capstone. One assignment is due each week on the above dates.
Graduates (Ed 516):
Submit all four tasks in Module II plus the Capstone. One assignment is due each week on the above dates and one can be turned in by March 14th.
February 29 Philosophical Foundations of American Education
Submit Module I Task 3
March 7 Philosophical Foundations of American Education
Submit Module I Task 4
March 14 Philosophical Foundations of American Education
Submit Capstone for Module I
All work must be submitted by March 14, 2000.
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