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292 Social Foundations in Urban Education

Social Foundations in Urban Education (21:300:292:H7:04324)
Class Dates: 5/28 - 7/3
Class Times: TTh, 6:00pm - 9:45pm
Instructor: Anthony
Location: 110 Warren St building - Room 311
Format: Hybrid
Credits: 3

Through engagement with the scholarly field of social foundations (history, philosophy, and sociology of education), this course examines the relationship between urban schools and society. Attention is given to the ideal relationship between democracy and urban schooling, the current obstacles to realizing this relationship, and an opportunity to craft your stand on this relationship as a future teacher. This course employs multiple pedagogical orientations, including aspects of the following: democratic, feminist, libratory, and transformative pedagogies.  Course requires 15 field hours.

Prerequisites: Grades of B in two English composition courses (101 and 102).

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