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The Department of Education offers a Minor in Education. Five courses are required. There are two possible concentrations: Educational Studies OR Teaching and Learning.
Sabina Vaught is the Director for the Educational Studies minor, and David Hammer is the Director for the Teaching and Learning minor. In addition to Sabina and David, Linda Beardsley, Steve Cohen, Brian Gravel, Bárbara M. Brizuela, Ryan Redmond, and Laura Rogers are also available as Minor in Education advisors.
Courses for Educational Studies Concentration
Students pursuing a Minor in Education with a concentration in Educational Studies have an opportunity to explore education as a site of critical analysis through disciplines including history, sociology, anthropology, psychology, and philosophy. Students pursuing this Minor concentration will develop critical understandings of school as a site of inquiry and study. They will become broadly familiar with the bodies of scholarship that constitute the foundations of education as a field.
Courses for Teaching and Learning Concentration
Students pursuing a Minor in Education with a concentration in Teaching and Learning have an opportunity to explore the processes of teaching and learning both in general and in particular disciplines. This concentration is especially well suited to students wanting to pursue possible teaching careers and those wanting to study processes of learning within their particular majors.
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