Teaching Globalization and History
DRAFT 2017-2018 GRADUATE STUDIES CATALOG
Effective 1 June 2017 through 31 May 2018
Please see the Graduate Catalog Archives for PDF versions of past catalogs.
This program is offered by the School of Education.
The certificate in teaching globalization and history is an advanced program for social studies educators and other professionals seeking to expand their knowledge, skills and professional effectiveness in the promotion of historical consciousness and civic competence in a globalized context. The program aims to promote scholarship and pedagogy in the fields of history and historiography. It promotes the development of the global citizen-scholar-educator who models the pursuit of lifelong learning through critical study, self-reflection and active participation as informed citizen-leaders in a democratic society. The following themes are explored in this certificate program:
- Interdisciplinary, global themes and issues from historical, modern, and postmodern perspectives.
- Historical trends and developments at the local, national and global levels.
- Participation in voice and action in addressing global issues and problems, such as poverty, educational disparities, prejudice and discrimination, social justice, structural violence, and environmental degradation.
NOTE: This certificate in teaching globalization and history does not fulfill Missouri State Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s (DESE) initial teacher certification requirements.
This program is offered online.
Candidates in this certificate program will:
- Demonstrate content and pedagogical knowledge and competency in history and historiography as derived from the National Council for Social Studies (NCSS) Thematic Strands.
- Engage in reflection and critical analysis of prevailing theories that have driven the conceptualization and teaching of the social sciences.
- Demonstrate competence in historiography and historical research methodologies.
- EDIN 5001 Foundations of Global Citizenship (3 hours)
- EDIN 5631 Multimedia Design for Innovative Learning (3 hours)
- EDIN 5840 Innovations in Learning Systems: Global Perspectives (3 hours)
- SOCS 5600 Globalization & Education: Systemic Perspectives (3 hours)
- SOCS 5610 Interactive Explorations in History & Geography (3 hours)
- SOCS 5680 Historical Biography (3 hours)
Students who are interested in applying to this certificate program should see the Admission Section of this catalog for general requirements.
- Receipt of official transcripts from a baccalaureate granting institution
- Undergraduate cumulative GPA of 2.5
Send all admission materials to:
Office of Admission
470 East Lockwood Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63119
Completed application files will be reviewed by the Language, Literacy and Leadership Department.