Educational Psychology (EPSY)
29525 Educational Psychology (3)
Examines major theories of human development and learning, motivation, instructional strategies, assessment; similarities and differences in learners. The role of factors in the students’ learning and development is considered. Pre/corequisite: minimum grade of C (2.0) in CULT 29535; and earth science (ESCI), integrated language arts (INLA), integrated mathematics (IMTH), integrated science (ISCI), integrated social studies (INSS), life science (LFSC), life science chemistry (LSCM), physical science (PHSC), school health education (SHED), early childhood education (ECED), middle childhood education (MCED), gifted (GFTD), intervention specialist (INSP), integrated business education (IBED), family and consumer sciences education (FCSE), marketing education (MKT), art education (ARTE), music education (MUED) or early childhood education technology (ECET) major.
49525 Relational Learning in Education (3)
(Repeatable for a maximum of 9 credit hours) Seminar focuses on national and international relational learning approaches to education. Current literature on relationals learning is critiqued. Professional identity is supported through engaged learning opportunities in peer mentoring experiences and faculty-led research. Prerequisite: special approval.