Clabaugh & Rozycki Materials for the Social
Foundations of Education NewFoundations Press 2007 (out of
1. School and Society: a systemic view
2. Governance, Law, Finance & Teaching
3. A Brief History of Education
4. Analyzing Controversy, Second Edition 2007 ;
5. Research WWW Portals for Social Foundations Topics,
plus Powerpoint presentations and study guides for use in class.
Also, Workbook: Foundations of Education will be provided in hard copy. (Out of print. Check Site Index for topic samples.)
Course Objectives: This course
This course adheres to University X's "Standards for Graduate Course Work." All University X graduate students are expected to:
2. Understand both current and traditional approaches to their discipline.
3. Become thoroughly familiar with the current literature of their discipline by regular use of the standard references, current journals and professional publications.
4. Contribute substantially to coursess through research projects, seminar papers, case studies and supervised field experiences.
5. Apply facts and ideas learned in courses to original or application-oriented projects and papers.
6. Adhere in their written work to high standards of grammar, punctuation, organization and style. Where appropriate, the official style manual adopted by the discipline should be followed.
2. Examinations or short analytic student presentations (to be announced)
3. Application and synthesis critique: each student must demonstrate the ability to apply and synthesize the distinctions and analytic techniques taught in the course through the assignments to be announced.