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2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

EDUC 589 - Secondary Teacher Inquiry, Professionalism, and Wellbeing

Prerequisite, admitted to the Teacher Credential and/or the Master of Arts in Teaching program. This course is grounded in exploring topics of inquiry that come directly from learners’ experience as student in secondary settings. Topics include but are not limited to: healthy classroom environments, teacher-student discourse patterns, conflict resolution in school and classroom settings, instructional planning and delivery, pedagogical best practices that incorporate current state and national content standards, assessment, meeting the needs of diverse learners, including children with special rights and emergent bilinguals, parent-teacher communication, professional ethics, professional engagement in organizations and within school districts, resume design and interviewing techniques. Teacher and students’ wellbeing will be an overarching theme. May include action research and reviewing current literature to identify best practices. May be held concurrently with EDUC 579 . Letter grade. (Offered spring semester.) 2 credits