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Social Behavior in a Diverse Society (CRN: 10011)

ED-5000.COP
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  • 3
  • Off Campus Site
  • OPEN (12 seats)
  • 8 / 20
  • Thu SEP 5, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • Thu OCT 3, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • Thu OCT 17, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • Thu OCT 31, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • Thu NOV 7, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • Thu NOV 21, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • Seeks to examine the manner in which the behavior, feelings, or thoughts of one individual are influenced by the behavior or characteristics of others. Topics to be considered include social perception, attitudes, gender, social cognition, conflict, social influence, intercultural awareness, prejudice, discrimination, aggression, and group behavior. Fall, spring, and summer.

Social Behavior in a Diverse Society (CRN: 10020)

ED-5000.OL
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  • 3
  • Online
  • OPEN (1 seat)
  • 19 / 20
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30, Online Course
  • Seeks to examine the manner in which the behavior, feelings, or thoughts of one individual are influenced by the behavior or characteristics of others. Topics to be considered include social perception, attitudes, gender, social cognition, conflict, social influence, intercultural awareness, prejudice, discrimination, aggression, and group behavior. Fall, spring, and summer.

Social Behavior in a Diverse Society (CRN: 10021)

ED-5000.ON
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  • 3
  • Online
  • OPEN (2 seats)
  • 18 / 20
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30, Online Course
  • Seeks to examine the manner in which the behavior, feelings, or thoughts of one individual are influenced by the behavior or characteristics of others. Topics to be considered include social perception, attitudes, gender, social cognition, conflict, social influence, intercultural awareness, prejudice, discrimination, aggression, and group behavior. Fall, spring, and summer.

Social Behavior in a Diverse Society (CRN: 10012)

ED-5000.01
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  • 3
  • CLOSED
  • 5 / 5
  • Tue SEP 3 - NOV 5, 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm Rounds Hall 303
  • Seeks to examine the manner in which the behavior, feelings, or thoughts of one individual are influenced by the behavior or characteristics of others. Topics to be considered include social perception, attitudes, gender, social cognition, conflict, social influence, intercultural awareness, prejudice, discrimination, aggression, and group behavior. Fall, spring, and summer.

    Please note that this course is cross-listed with CO 5040, CRN 10013.

Social Psychology and Mythology across Cultures (CRN: 10017)

ED-5005.01
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  • 3
  • Blended
  • OPEN (11 seats)
  • 9 / 20
  • Tue SEP 3 - SEP 10, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Hyde Hall 421
  • Tue SEP 24, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Hyde Hall 421
  • Tue OCT 8, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Hyde Hall 421
  • Tue OCT 22, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Hyde Hall 421
  • Tue NOV 5, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Hyde Hall 421
  • Tue NOV 19, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Hyde Hall 421
  • This course will provide an in-depth study of the social/cultural basis of behavior and examine the role of mythology as a vehicle for intrapersonal and interpersonal understanding. The major theoretical, empirical, and applied lines of work in the following topics in contemporary social psychology will be explored, including social cognition, interpersonal perception, attitudes, stereotyping and prejudice, the self, and interpersonal and group relations. Mythology will be employed as a mechanism for cross-cultural comparison and as a unifying construct to enhance multicultural understanding.

    Please note this course has an online component.

Philosophy, Ethics & Education (CRN: 10022)

ED-5010.AZ
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  • 3
  • Online
  • OPEN (1 seat)
  • 18 / 19
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30, Online Course
  • A study of the historical, philosophical, and social-philosophic foundations of education. Emphasis is placed upon the ideas of the classical, medieval, Enlightenment, and post-Enlightenment periods that have influenced types of American educational systems relative to their mission and purpose. Analysis of how these systems have defined ethics and the characteristics of the virtuous person.

Philosophy, Ethics & Education (CRN: 10010)

ED-5010.COP
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  • 3
  • Off Campus Site
  • OPEN (6 seats)
  • 14 / 20
  • Wed SEP 11 - SEP 25, 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • Wed OCT 9 - OCT 16, 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • A study of the historical, philosophical, and social-philosophic foundations of education. Emphasis is placed upon the ideas of the classical, medieval, Enlightenment, and post-Enlightenment periods that have influenced types of American educational systems relative to their mission and purpose. Analysis of how these systems have defined ethics and the characteristics of the virtuous person.

    Please note there will be a mandatory class meeting on Saturday, 10/26/13 from 10AM-1:30PM at the Currier Museum of Art (www.currier.org).

Philosophy, Ethics & Education (CRN: 10023)

ED-5010.OL
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  • 3
  • Online
  • OPEN (2 seats)
  • 18 / 20
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30, Online Course
  • A study of the historical, philosophical, and social-philosophic foundations of education. Emphasis is placed upon the ideas of the classical, medieval, Enlightenment, and post-Enlightenment periods that have influenced types of American educational systems relative to their mission and purpose. Analysis of how these systems have defined ethics and the characteristics of the virtuous person.

Research Design (CRN: 10024)

ED-5030.OL
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  • 3
  • Online
  • OPEN (5 seats)
  • 15 / 20
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30, Online Course
  • Knowledge and understanding of the commonly accepted research designs. Study of research instruments and statistics used in educational research. Wide reading in various types of research design. Critical analysis of research design.

Research Design (CRN: 10014)

ED-5030.01
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  • 3
  • Blended
  • OPEN (9 seats)
  • 11 / 20
  • Wed SEP 4 - SEP 25, 5:15 pm - 8:15 pm Rounds Hall 307
  • Wed OCT 9 - OCT 23, 5:15 pm - 8:15 pm Rounds Hall 307
  • Wed NOV 13, 5:15 pm - 8:15 pm Rounds Hall 307
  • Knowledge and understanding of the commonly accepted research designs. Study of research instruments and statistics used in educational research. Wide reading in various types of research design. Critical analysis of research design.

Theories of Learning and Cognitive Development (CRN: 10025)

ED-5060.OL
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  • 3
  • Online
  • CLOSED
  • 20 / 20
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30, Online Course
  • An overview of current theories concerning the brain, development, and learning. Analysis of developmental concepts from birth through adolescence and adulthood. Discussion of language acquisition, thinking and learning styles, multiple intelligence, and creativity. Topics include teaching, learning, and assessment issues related to cultural diversity, technology, and learning differences.

Theories of Learning and Cognitive Development (CRN: 10015)

ED-5060.01
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  • 3
  • Blended
  • OPEN (9 seats)
  • 11 / 20
  • Tue OCT 1, 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm Highland Hall 039
  • Tue OCT 29, 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm Highland Hall 039
  • Tue NOV 5, 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm Highland Hall 039
  • Tue NOV 12, 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm Highland Hall 039
  • An overview of current theories concerning the brain, development, and learning. Analysis of developmental concepts from birth through adolescence and adulthood. Discussion of language acquisition, thinking and learning styles, multiple intelligence, and creativity. Topics include teaching, learning, and assessment issues related to cultural diversity, technology, and learning differences.

Assessment: Principles and Practices (CRN: 10016)

ED-5140.01
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  • 3
  • Blended
  • OPEN (16 seats)
  • 4 / 20
  • Mon SEP 9, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Rounds Hall 206
  • Mon SEP 23, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Rounds Hall 206
  • Mon OCT 7, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Rounds Hall 206
  • Mon OCT 21, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Rounds Hall 206
  • Mon NOV 4, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Rounds Hall 206
  • Mon NOV 18, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Rounds Hall 206
  • The emphasis throughout this course is on the practical application of appraisal techniques in education. Critical concepts related to assessment and the integration of assessment into teaching and learning include: the role of assessment in teaching, how validity is determined, factors influencing reliability, avoiding stereotypes, understanding and using numerical data, using standardized assessment to improve instruction, and ideas and strategies for mining and reporting assessment data.

    Please note this course has an online component.

Foundations of Teaching (CRN: 10019)

ED-5270.COP
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  • 3
  • Off Campus Site
  • OPEN (16 seats)
  • 4 / 20
  • Tue SEP 3, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • Tue SEP 17, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • Tue OCT 1, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • Tue OCT 15, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • Tue OCT 29, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • Tue NOV 12, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • Tue NOV 26, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Concord - 2 Pillsbury Street
  • An introduction to the teaching profession and the realities of teaching in today's schools. A series of seminars includes such topics as the history and structure of education, societal issues, the role of the teacher, instructional planning, legal rights and responsibilities of students and teachers, learning styles and effective teaching. A school observation/participation experience of a minimum of 30 hours is required.

Foundations of Teaching (CRN: 10018)

ED-5270.01
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  • 3
  • Blended
  • OPEN (10 seats)
  • 10 / 20
  • Tue SEP 3 - SEP 17, 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm Hyde Hall 315
  • Tue OCT 1 - OCT 15, 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm Hyde Hall 315
  • Tue NOV 5 - NOV 19, 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm Hyde Hall 315
  • An introduction to the teaching profession and the realities of teaching in today's schools. A series of seminars includes such topics as the history and structure of education, societal issues, the role of the teacher, instructional planning, legal rights and responsibilities of students and teachers, learning styles and effective teaching. A school observation/participation experience of a minimum of 30 hours is required.

    This section is designed for ELEMENTARY Education students ONLY.

Internship in College Teaching (CRN: 10095)

ED-5430.01
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  • 3
  • OPEN (1 seat)
  • 5 / 6
  • Tue SEP 3 - NOV 26, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Rounds Hall 103
  • Supervised internship in the development of a first-teaching field under the mentorship of an assigned faculty member. Development of a learning framework for teaching at the post-secondary level with attention to models of instruction, learning styles and needs of the college student and non-traditional learner. Presentation of course syllabus, course topics and concept lectures, course projects, tests and related materials. May be repeated with permission of instructor. Fall and offered on demand.

Individual Research in Educ (CRN: 10241)

ED-5580.NS
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  • 3
  • CLOSED
  • 1 / 1
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30,
  • A research project that requires students to demonstrate the ability to synthesize salient elements from the core, professional and specialty areas. In essence, the student's research should be the natural result of the focus and direction of planned study. The project should emanate from the area of specialization and incorporate relevant concepts learned through coursework and experience. Using sound research practices, a student should illustrate ability to interpret, reflect, summarize and conclude. The written product of this effort will be defended in a seminar before faculty and the student's peers. Students should contact the advisor to plan for this project. Topic approval is needed from the advisor and the Associate Vice President for Graduate Studies. Offered according to demand.

Individual Research in Education (CRN: 10066)

ED-5580.01
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  • 3
  • Arranged
  • OPEN (7 seats)
  • 3 / 10
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30,
  • A research project that requires students to demonstrate the ability to synthesize salient elements from the core, professional and specialty areas. In essence, the student's research should be the natural result of the focus and direction of planned study. The project should emanate from the area of specialization and incorporate relevant concepts learned through coursework and experience. Using sound research practices, a student should illustrate ability to interpret, reflect, summarize and conclude. The written product of this effort will be defended in a seminar before faculty and the student's peers. Students should contact the advisor to plan for this project. Topic approval is needed from the advisor and the Associate Vice President for Graduate Studies. Offered according to demand.

    Taken as the capstone experience of the Master of Education in Instrumental Music, this course enables the student to undertake research intended to solve a problem or fortify an area of expertise that relates directly to their teaching effectiveness.

Internship in Teacher Education (CRN: 10097)

ED-5960.01
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  • 1 to 12
  • OPEN (2 seats)
  • 4 / 6
  • Fri SEP 20, 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm Highland Hall 039
  • Fri OCT 18, 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm Highland Hall 039
  • Fri NOV 1, 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm Highland Hall 039
  • Student teaching for students in the Master of Education Elementary or Secondary Education programs. Students must have all course work for the degree, including any required undergraduate prerequisites, completed before taking this course.

    This section is designed for ENGLISH Education students ONLY. PRIOR TO REGISTERING, students must meet with James Wenhart (jcwenhart@plymouth.edu) for Seminar One, in the College of Graduate Studies, and contact Meg Petersen (megp@plymouth.edu), Coordinator of the English Education program, to discuss course requirements. A Placement Confirmation Form must be submitted to: teacher_cert@plymouth.edu prior to the student teaching term.

Internship in Teacher Education (CRN: 10198)

ED-5960.02
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  • 1 to 12
  • Arranged
  • OPEN (3 seats)
  • 2 / 5
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30, TBA
  • Student teaching for students in the Master of Education Elementary or Secondary Education programs. Students must have all course work for the degree, including any required undergraduate prerequisites, completed before taking this course.

    This section is designed for 5-9 MIDDLE LEVEL SCIENCE and 7-12 LIFE SCIENCE Education students ONLY. PRIOR TO REGISTERING, students must meet with James Wenhart (jcwenhart@plymouth.edu) for Seminar One, in the College of Graduate Studies, and contact Mary Ann McGarry (mmcgarry@plymouth.edu), Coordinator of the Science Education program, to discuss course requirements. A Placement Confirmation Form must be submitted to: teacher_cert@plymouth.edu prior to the student teaching term.

Internship in Teacher Education (CRN: 10243)

ED-5960.04
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  • 1 to 12
  • Arranged
  • OPEN (3 seats)
  • 2 / 5
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30,
  • Student teaching for students in the Master of Education Elementary or Secondary Education programs. Students must have all course work for the degree, including any required undergraduate prerequisites, completed before taking this course.

    This section is designed for PHYSICAL and HEALTH Education students ONLY. PRIOR TO REGISTERING, students must meet with James Wenhart (jcwenhart@plymouth.edu) for Seminar One, in the College of Graduate Studies, and contact Irene Cucina (icucina@plymouth.edu), Coordinator of the Physical and Health Education programs, to discuss course requirements. A Placement Confirmation Form must be submitted to: teacher_cert@plymouth.edu prior to the student teaching term. Please contact instructor (icucina@plymouth.edu) to arrange meeting dates and times.

Graduate Capstone Project (CRN: 10230)

ED-6900.AZ
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  • 1 to 12
  • Arranged
  • OPEN (9 seats)
  • 1 / 10
  • SEP 1 - NOV 30,
  • The purpose of the graduate capstone is to apply knowledge learned in previous coursework through an approved project. Capstone projects should focus on the following questions: How will the theories learned throughout the program be integrated into a coherent project or experience? How will this work enhance individual career goals? Who are the stakeholders and how will this work assist them? How does this work serve the professional community? How will this work help move the profession forward? Process: Students should plan for approximately 40 hours of work per credit to be earned. The total number of credits earned must be approved by their advisor and noted on their program contract. Candidates must submit Graduate Capstone Project forms with their registration and Capstone Projects must be approved by candidates' advisors and the Associate Vice President for Graduate Studies. Once completed, candidates are expected to present their final products to their adviser and/or PSU faculty members. Students who anticipate working on their project for more than one term should register for the appropriate number of credits in each term so that they remain registered throughout the course of the project.

    Please note that this course is for students admitted into the Arizona cohort ONLY! Please contact instructor (jamesm@plymouth.edu) to arrange meeting dates and times.

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