Global Education


2016-2017 UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES CATALOG

Effective 1 June 2016 through 31 May 2017

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Certificate
22 hours

This program offered by School of Education/Teacher Education Department

For information on general requirements for the certificate, see Certificate Program Policies and Procedures.

Program Description

This certificate in Global Education provides students from all academic backgrounds the opportunity to explore educational systems in a global context. Students will examine both the foundations of education and human development. They will gain a solid understanding of the similarity and differences in education across culture, class, and ability. Students will complete ten credits of course work exploring education In the United States and across the world. They will complete three credits working with students from a wide variety of backgrounds and take an additional nine credits exploring the role of culture, literature and technology In education.

Classes taken as a part of a studenfs undergraduate major and/or the Global Citizenship Program may be used toward completion of the certificate.

Learning Outcomes

Students will

  • analyze similarities and differences in educational systems around the world
  • plan and implement instruction in informal educational settings
  • use technology as an educational tool
  • explore multiple perspectives in global education

Requirements

 Certificate Core

10 required credit hours

  • EDUC 2800 Foundations of Education (3 hours) SSHB/CRI
  • EDUC 2900 Education of Students w/ Exceptionalities (3 hours)
  • EDUC 3140 Introduction to Global Education (3 hours)
  • EDUC 4565 Global Education Portfolio (1 hour)

Field Experience

3 credit hours of the following:

  • EDUC 1100 Mathematics Tutoring (1 hour)
  • EDUC 2000 Beginning Practicum (1 hour)
  • EDUC 2550 Student Literacy Corps (1 hour) (may be repeated)
  • EDUC 4620 Educational Internship (2-3 hours)

Educational Technology and Instructional Design

3 credit hours of the following:

  • EDUC 3126 Web 2.0 Technologies in the Classroom
  • EDUC 3127 Interactive Technologies in the Classroom
  • EDUC 3128 Multimedia in the Classroom
  • EDUC 3129 Assistive Technologies
  • EDUC 3650 Instructional Design (3 hours)

Literature and Human Development

3 credit hours of the following:

  • EDUC 2300 Child and Adolescent Development (3 hours) SSHB/INTC
  • EDUC 3180 Children's Literature Around the World (3 hours) SSHB/INTC
  • EDUC 3190 Young Adult Literature (3 hours) SSHB/INTC

Global Perspectives

3 credit hours of the following:

  • ANTH 1100 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3 hours)
  • EDUC 4250 Economics and Geography for Global Sustainability (4) GLBUETHC
  • EDUC 4600 Educational Research (3 hours)
  • SUST 1000 Introduction to Sustainability Studies (3 hours) PNW/CRI