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Elementary Education Course Descriptions

EED370 Education of Diverse Population in Early Childhood & Elementary School

Introduction to the teaching of children, birth through 6th grade, with a creative look at issues related to student diversity and multiculturalism. The course includes the examination of different types of programs and schools, the history of the education profession, and the professional expectations for working with diverse populations in many different settings.

Credits

  • 3

Attributes

  • GE3: DIVR
  • Ethical Reflection

Restrictions

  • Must be enrolled in the following level: Undergraduate
  • Must be enrolled in one of the following field(s) of study (major, minor or concentration): Childhood Education 1-6 (630), Childhood Education B-2 (599), Early Childhood & Chld Ed B-6 (601), Undecl: Ed Pre-Art History (00DA), Undecl: Ed Pre-Biology (00DY), Undecl: Ed Pre-Black Studies (00DB), Undecl: Ed Pre-Earth Science (00DT), Undecl: Ed Pre-English (00DE), Undecl: Ed Pre-French (00DF), Undecl: Ed Pre-Geography (00DG), Undecl: Ed Pre-History (00DH), Undecl: Ed Pre-Mathematics (00DM), Undecl: Ed Pre-Politcal Scienc (00DP), Undecl: Ed Pre-Spanish (00DS)
  • May not be enrolled in the following class: Freshman

Prerequisites

  • (EDS371 Minimum Grade of B-*)

    * May be taken at the same time

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