Module I History and Philosophy of Education (1 credit hour)
Module I on historical and philosophical foundations of education is the first of two one-credit modules for ED 416/516, Foundational Perspectives in Education. For educators working towards the Continuing License, Tasks 3 and 4 and the Capstone of Module I would be particularly helpful in examining one's educational philosophy and in writing a philosophy statement for the teaching portfolio.
Module II Social, Political, and Economic Aspects of Education (1 credit hour)
Module II: Social, Political, and Economic Aspects of Education must also be completed to receive course credit (2 credit hours), although either module can be taken separately for credit towards professional development.Course Goals:
Relationship to the Knowledge Base and National and State Goals
Undergraduates must complete any three of the four tasks plus the capstone in each module (8 tasks in all). Graduate students must complete all tasks and the capstones (10 tasks total). Undergraduates are encouraged to complete a task each week and allow two weeks for the capstone task rather than taking a break when reaching the unselected task in each module.
Tasks one through four of each module are worth a maximum of ten points apiece. The capstone task of each module is worth twenty points. Undergraduates earn a maximum of 100 points for the two modules, while graduates earn a maximum of 120 points.
Please submit your self-assessment based on criteria specified for each task with each assignment. Overall criteria for "A" level work are listed here.
|F||Below 60||Below 72|
Assignment Due Dates
Winter 2000: Instructor Sally Atkin
Winter 2000: Instructor Dr. Nora Cohen