ED 222 - Education: Global Perspectives
Students in this course study the social, philosophical, cultural, economic, and intellectual foundations of “schooling” and “education” as they have evolved over time. Students engage in research, discussions, and activities that are directly related to American and international/comparative education. Students write and critically think about topics related to education practice in this culturally diverse world.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
Term Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Students must complete this course with a B- or better for admission to the Teacher Education Licensure Program.
This course was approved for gtPathways as of publication date. Changes can be made to approved gtPathways courses at any time; they are not catalog specific. The most accurate listing of courses approved for gtPathways can be found by searching by attribute on the schedule on WebOPUS.
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