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EDL 0630 School Improvement Leadership

Analyzing data to identify opportunities for school improvement. Appropriate and effective school improvement theories and strategies. Communication skills and leading others in improvement and monitoring of these efforts.

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P H 0661 Theoretical Foundations of Health Promotion

Psychological, sociological, economic, and political theories relevant to the mission and processes of health promotion.

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Emily Schmied
P H 0666 Health Promotion Program Planning and Assessment

Program planning and assessment, theories, systems and procedures relevant to health promotion and education.

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Jessica Haughton
LDT 0570 Advanced Teaching with Technologies

Design of project-based and problem-based learning using Internet resources. Constructivist learning with online databases. Collaboration with distant classrooms and experts.

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Daniel McDowell
HTM 0790 Directed Readings in Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation Management

Preparation for the comprehensive examination for students in Plan B.

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Lawrence A Beck
P H 0602 Biostatistics

Statistical reasoning applied to public health; probability, hypothesis testing, regression and correlation, analysis of variance, measurement theory and modeling.

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Hector Lemus
P H 0662 Motivating Health Behavior

Application of behavioral change techniques and health education methodology to health promotion targeting individuals and whole communities.

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Justine Kozo
2019 Spring
ED 0690 Methods of Inquiry

Procedures for gathering, analyzing, and synthesizing information; reviewing the literature; designing studies. Section selection to be made with department graduate advisor.

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January 7 - March 5
$1,794
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Sean Hauze
NC 0289 Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment for Global Competence

This course explores how foundational domains related to global competence — including space, time, self and social issues — can be integrated into a variety of curriculum areas to prepare students for current and future lives as global citizens and to make a positive impact in the world. Curriculum in this vein supports student learning about interdependence, systems thinking, consciousness of self, awareness of others, and the limits of knowing in the world. This course will focus on curriculum development, instructional practices, and assessment activities that embed these values and support teachers in developing their global competence as well as the ability to engage students in similar journeys.

Aug. 21-Oct. 15

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NC 0291 Digital Pedagogy and Global Competence

Digital media and technologies are increasingly available in classrooms around the world. These technologies have the means to engage learners but also to fundamentally change the manner in which students access and produce knowledge. Too often, new technologies appear but merely replicate existing ways of learning. This course examines the pedagogies of digital technology. The course expands the repertoire of teachers while considering how the changes in pedagogy shape knowledge around global education.

Aug. 21-Oct. 15

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