EDUC 364 - FALL 2015

This class is full

EDUC 364

The Role of Cultural Diversity in Schooling

 

Required of all credential candidates. Principles of first and second language acquisition (e.g., historical and current theories, psychology, sociocultural, political, and pedagogical factors) and issues related to notions of culture, interaction, and communication in school and community contexts (e.g., the nature of culture, manifestations of, cultural contact and cultural diversity in the United States and in California) within a theoretical and applied context.

Focuses on principles of first and second language acquisition (e.g., historical and current theories, psychology, sociocultural, political, and pedagogical factors) and issues related to notions of culture, interaction, and communication in school and community contexts (e.g., the nature of culture, manifestations of, cultural contact and cultural diversity in the United States and in California) within a theoretical and applied context.

This course also fulfills one of the M.A. Education, CSD prerequisite courses.

Note: Matriculated students MUST register using their MyCsusm portal. 

For detailed information about student fees, adding or dropping a course and refund information please contact Extended Learning Student Services at 760-750-4020. 

Course No: 42881
Units: 3.0
Begin Date: 9/3/2015
End Date: 12/12/2015
Begin Time: 6:00 pm
End Time: 8:45 pm
Meeting Days: Thursday
Location: UNIV 257
Instructor: TBA
**Please see course description above for how to register and pay for this course.