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EDUC 2200 and EDUC 2210

Want to make a difference?  Want to learn valuable soft skills so necessary for today’s professionals?  (Looking for community-engaged courses without transportation hassles?) Do all of this while meeting diverse and interesting people.

Engaged courses here on campus!

Take a seminar in adult learning as an Education Minor elective, for fun, or to improve your skills as a leader & facilitator! You can collaborate with community members right here at their workplace–our campus.

EDUC 2200: Introduction to Adult Learning (CLASP Seminar 1)

Introduction to Adult Learning meets on Tuesdays 12:20-2:15,
plus a weekly meeting with a Learning Partner.

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EDUC 2210: Methods and Contexts of Adult Learning (CLASP Seminar 2)

Contexts and Methods of Adult Learning meets on Thursdays 12:20- 2:15,
plus a weekly meeting with a Learning Partner.

Course Objectives:

  • To develop skills in facilitating adult learning, including interpersonal and communication skills appropriate for an adult learning setting
  • To increase the ability to understand the perspectives of people different from oneself
  • To investigate how experience and environment influence one’s motivation and opportunity for lifelong learning
  • To explore how principles of empowerment through education may be applied to adult learners
  • To use reflection as a tool for learning from service
  • To think critically about personal values and those of our society
  • To take action to address community issues

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EDUC 4940: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages meets during Spring 2017 on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:55pm – 4:10pm,
plus a weekly meeting with an English language learner.

 

 

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