Courses Edition

2019-2020 Education Policy Courses

2019-2020 Education Policy CoursesThe Education Policy program faculty are pleased to announce the following courses. Interested students in other programs are welcome to enroll in these courses. FALL 2019 EAD 942: Economics of Education, Tu 9:10-12:00 PM. Prof ChudgarIn this class we critically evaluate how economics as a discipline has influenced education research and policy.… Read More »

Fall 2019 Course Offering: EAD 947 Comparative International Education Policy

EAD947: Comparative International Education Policy, 12:40-3:30pm, Tuesdays in Wells Hall Instructor: Professor Amita Chudgar, amitac@msu.edu This course provides a comprehensive introduction to global education policy actors, spaces and discourses. The course has three core components. First, we critically examine the ways in which national and international actors use their political and financial power, and ability to… Read More »

Event: CIES Preview Sessions

CIES Preview Sessions: New Research in Comparative and International Education Please join us for presentations and discussions of new scholarship in comparative and international education. Colleagues whose work is featured on the program at the annual meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society will give presentations on the following topics. There will be time… Read More »

Spring 2019 Course: TE 961 Urban Politics, Education and School Reform

Spring 2019 Course: TE 961 Urban Politics, Education and School Reform

The course will focus on Chicago as a case study of Urban Education Reform. A field experience to Chicago is planned, and tentatively includes meetings with Chicago Public School central office leadership. Register today! Questions? Email Dr. Chezare A. Warren chezare@msu.edu

Spring 2019 Course: TE 982 Special Topic

Spring 2019 Course: TE 982 Special Topic

TE 982: Special Topic—Family Engagement-Parent Involvement Spring 2019 Mondays (12:40-3:30pm) in 113 Erickson Hall Instructor: Dr. Patricia A. Edwards Family engagement/parent involvement in teacher preparation is fast becoming an important competitive advantage in teacher preparation programs. The purpose of this course is to explore the policy, theoretical, pedagogical, and research issues pertaining to family engagement… Read More »

Mentored Teaching Apprenticeship

Interested in gaining experiencing with teaching a semester long course? EAD 315: Student Leadership Training is recruiting instructors to undergraduate students for Spring 2019. The course is an interactive lab course that introduces students to leadership story, skills, skills, self-awareness, communication, and diversity. This is a mentored teaching apprenticeship and instructors will receive ongoing support… Read More »

EAD 315 Mentored Teaching Experience

For those of you interested in facilitating EAD 315 through the mentored teaching apprenticeship, please read the attachment about the application process. Course Description EAD 315 is a three-credit, pass/no pass course for undergraduate students. Curriculum topics include leadership theories, leadership skills, self-awareness and efficacy, communication, diversity, interculturalism, ethics, teamwork, and group dynamics. Course facilitators… Read More »

Spring 2018 Mentored Teaching Apprenticeship: EAD 315: Student Leadership Training

Spring 2018 Mentored Teaching Apprenticeship: EAD 315: Student Leadership Training

  Participate in a mentored teaching apprenticeship this spring! Course Description EAD 315 is a three-credit, pass/no pass course for undergraduate students. Curriculum topics include leadership theories, leadership skills, self-awareness and efficacy, communication, diversity, interculturalism, ethics, teamwork, and group dynamics. Course facilitators are encouraged to utilize both experiential and discussion-based learning that enables students to… Read More »

Study abroad program:College Student Affairs program at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

The Educational Leadership – College Student Affairs program at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania announces a new study abroad program: International Perspectives on Student Affairs – Ireland. 3 credit Graduate Elective Course Description: During the study abroad experience in Ireland (both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland), participants will develop an understanding of the structure… Read More »