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TED 600 - Foundations in Technology Education

Buffalo State | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
European and American antecedents of technology education; social and technological factors that make the technology education a major condition of culture; psychological and philosophical basis for teaching technology education.
Section: 4251
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SPF 689 - Methods and Techniques of Educational Research

Buffalo State | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Background of educational research; selection and development of research problems; sources of information and data; methods, tools and techniques; collection, treatment, application, and interpretation of research data; organizing and writing a research report.
Section: 1836
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EDL 530 - Creative Teaching and Learning in Formal and Informal Settings

Buffalo State | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Current best practices to facilitate creative teaching and learning in formal education settings and informal education initiatives in organizations such as museums and clubs. Strategies to enhance creativity education, engage in creative learning and utilize technology to support students’ creative activities. Design creativity curriculum and align with appropriate assessment procedures.
Section: 4331
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EDU 530 - Creative Teaching and Learning in Formal and Informal Settings

Buffalo State | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Current best practices to facilitate creative teaching and learning in formal education settings and informal education initiatives in organizations such as museums and clubs. Strategies to enhance creativity education, engage in creative learning and utilize technology to support students’ creative activities. Design creativity curriculum and align with appropriate assessment procedures.
Section: 4340
3
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PHY 522 - Physics of Energy Sources for Teachers

Buffalo State | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Different energy sources, their global supply, and physical laws governing their present use in the world. Topical energy sources and physical laws for the hydrogen fuel cell, solar cell and wind turbine; using them in applications and devices.
Section: 2921
3
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SSE 671 - Technology in the Social Studies Classroom

Buffalo State | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Familiarizes students with relevant technology, software, and methodology for their use in the social studies classroom. The course will allow students to be scholar-practitioners in this field focusing on both researched based best practices and practical applications to use in a K-12 setting. Topics will include student collaboration and project based learning with Google Apps for Education, Podcasting, Screencasting, Flipped Classroom, Digital Storytelling, New Literacies, Common Core Close Reading, Blended Learning, Gamification, Mobile Devices in the Classroom, and Virtual Reality in the Classroom.
Section: 3107
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BME 602 - Curriculum Development and Planning in Business and Marketing Education

Buffalo State | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Historical developments and changing concepts of curriculum; principles of curricula development; components of the curriculum-development process; dimensions of curriculum design systems; purposes and problems of curriculum evaluation.
Section: 2751
3
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NFS 510 - Nutrition Education

Buffalo State | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
History, important issues, and basic principles of nutrition education: instructional and evaluation methods; current research literature.
Section: 4255
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PAD 505 - Introduction to Disaster & Emergency Management

Buffalo State | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Introduction to disaster and emergency management principles, policies and practices. How disasters and emergencies are individually defined and conceptualized, history of disaster and emergency management in the United States, phases of disaster management, phases of emergency management, politics of disaster response and humanitarian aid, and political landscape of disaster recovery and social change. Primary focus on the United States; international examples utilized.
Section: 3323
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EDL 609 - Literacy Instruction in the Upper Grades

Buffalo State | Spring 2020
January 27, 2020 — 
Practical strategies to help middle and secondary-level students successfully use reading in their content area studies; the reading process; student motivation; developing vocabulary, comprehension, study, and writing skills; evaluation and assessment. Emphasizes using the topics of the disciples as the departure point for designing instructional strategies, and materials.
Section: 1991