EDCU 9080-211012-ZOOM Curriculum Design for the Multicultural Classroom
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Explore theories, practices, and principles related to structuring and organizing curriculum and instruction intended to aid English language learners at all levels of English language development in meeting college and career readiness standards while simultaneously developing academic and instructional language. Best practices for developing and implementing assessments that provide valid and reliable data about the degree to which students are learning content, meeting college and career readiness standards, and developing academic language will also be included. Strategies for adjusting instruction and assessment based on language development will also be studied. (Applies toward LA ESL Endorsement.) 3 credits
Course Code EDCU9080-211012-211230 · Section Code Online Video Conference
Course duration End date: FTF Ends Nov 30, 2021 - Final work due by Dec 30, 2021
EDEU500-210525-ZOOM Theory/Foundations of ESL and Bilingual Pgms
SPECIAL SECTION FOR EXISTING COHORT. OTHERS ADMITTED BY PERMISSION.
Explore how historical, political, sociocultural, and educational events, policies, laws, and issues drive and affect education of linguistically and culturally diverse students in programs serving English Learners in schools. Become familiar with services and programs are to be provided to ELL students in ESL and Bilingual programs based on local, state, and federal policies and laws. Explore program delivery models and various theories of Second Language Acquisition (SLA), bilingualism, and sociocultural variables.
Course Code EDEU 500-210525-Zoom · Section Code 210525-210724
Course duration End date: FTF Ends Jul 6, 2021 - All work due by July 24, 2021
EDEU502-210713-ZOOM - Cross Cultural Issues in Educating ELs
Gain deeper awareness of how one’s personal attitudes, values, and beliefs about language, patriotism, culture, teaching, learning, power, privilege, and other cultural norms, values, and mores impact teaching and learning. Participants will relate these concepts to cross-cultural interactions in educational settings and explore implications about how these impact interactions with students and their families, instructional decisions, and perceptions about student performance, teaching, and learning within your professional practice.
Course requires a FINAL PROJECT that must be completed with students in a PK-12 classroom over at least three class periods. This project may be modified.
Course Code EDEU502-210713-210904 · Section Code Online videoconference
Course duration End date: Sept 04, 2021