ED440 Urban Teaching & Leadership Seminar 1A

Building upon the analysis of the sociohistorical contexts of urban education in EDE446, the fall Urban Teaching and Leadership (UTL) seminar delves more deeply into the institutional, pedagogical, developmental, and policy-related factors that shape life in urban educational spaces. Topics covered include: the experiences of students and educators in urban schools, the social context and systemic problems of school reform, and the insights of community stakeholders on the state of urban education. The course meets five times during fall semester, usually from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays, with some seminars occasionally rescheduled for weeknights to accommodate guest speakers or special field trips.

Credits: 1
Offered: Fall
Prerequisites: [EDE446]
Restrictions: Students accepted into the UTL Program only, or by permission of instructor
ED 440 Urban Teaching & Leadership Seminar 1A course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.