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BIOL 394 - Pathophysiology

Oneonta / University College | Spring 2018
January 17, 2018 — 
This course examines specific diseases from a physiologic and developmental perspective. Mechanisms of disease, etiology, manifestations, analyses of laboratory data and primary medical and surgical interventions are reviewed. This content serves as a foundation for addressing therapeutic interventions related to specific disease states.
Section: WW
3
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EDUC 577 - Issues in Diversity, Multicultural Education and Bilingualism

Oneonta / University College | Spring 2018
January 17, 2018 — 
This course prepares teachers to be global citizens of the 21st century who are aware of diversity issues that touch the individual learners as well as educational institutions, and to use that understanding to improve teaching and learning. Issues to be discussed include ethnicities, races, languages, socioeconomic status, regional/geographic backgrounds, and exceptionalities (physical, mental, emotional), and teaching for social justice, with a special focus on emergent bilingual learners.
Section: WW
3
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EDUC 580 - Integrating Technology In Education

Oneonta / University College | Spring 2018
January 17, 2018 — 
A hands-on laboratory experience exploring the potential of computer technology and a multimedia approach to facilitate curriculum integration, problem-solving and the teaching and learning of various content area knowledge. The focus is on software exploration and facilitation, the development of technology integration plans, and a review of current research pertaining to technology in education.
Section: WW
3
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EDUC 586 - Multimedia & Instructional Design

Oneonta / University College | Spring 2018
January 17, 2018 — 
This course explores the use of multimedia platforms utilized in support of learning. Students will be introduce to theory, ethics, and trends in the design and use of multimedia educational computing. Students will investigate techniques of courseware applications throughout grade levels and content, planning, designing, and creating a content-rich, progressive, interactive instructional product. Evaluation of the product will include: adaptation to learners and learning environments, curricular relevance, integration applicability, and usability.
Section: WW
3
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EDUC 587 - Integrated Technology Applications and Issues

Oneonta / University College | Spring 2018
January 17, 2018 — 
This course focuses on advanced strategies for technological integration into the classroom curriculum within elementary/adolescent environments. Hands-on experiences allow students to apply teaching practices, curricular standards, and research to specific learning needs of all learners. Topics include an in-depth study of education technologies with emphasis on the selection of appropriate education technologies, various uses of infusing software applications into the classroom, and the impact of technologies to develop and deliver instruction.
Section: WW
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EDUC 631 - Writing Process in Literacy Programs

Oneonta / University College | Spring 2018
January 17, 2018 — 
This course will focus on 1) developing students' confidence and skills in writing. 2) expanding students' understanding and knowledge of the writing process. 3) the relationship between writing and reading, and 4) current instructional approaches to teaching writing at all grade levels. Students will engage in the writing process throughout the course and examine current theory and research, related to instruction and assessment. The course will include observation and documentation of the writing process and writing development of a young writer/learner.
Section: W1
3
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EDUC 631 - Writing Process in Literacy Programs

Oneonta / University College | Spring 2018
January 17, 2018 — 
This course will focus on 1) developing students' confidence and skills in writing. 2) expanding students' understanding and knowledge of the writing process. 3) the relationship between writing and reading, and 4) current instructional approaches to teaching writing at all grade levels. Students will engage in the writing process throughout the course and examine current theory and research, related to instruction and assessment. The course will include observation and documentation of the writing process and writing development of a young writer/learner.
Section: W2
3
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EDUC 655 - Seminar in Graduate Study: Project Proposal

Oneonta / University College | Spring 2018
January 17, 2018 — 
This course is designed to develop students' skills and understandings developed in EDUC 506: Introduction to Educational Research. Students will have an opportunity to explore research interests, become actively involved in the research process, and examine their roles as effective teachers, researchers, and evaluators. Each student will select a topic, choose a research methodology, and prepare a research proposal to be implemented in EDUC 695 (Master's Project and Practicum). In addition, each student will collaborate with peers in the process of analyzing and reflecting upon teaching practice.
Section: WW
3
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EPSY 310 - Classroom Behavior Management in Middle School

Oneonta / University College | Spring 2018
January 17, 2018 — 
This course examines various methods and models of classroom management in the middle school and their use with both general education and special education populations. These methods and models also apply to earlier and later grade levels. Topics addressed include causes of behavior problems, preventing behavior problems, and designing classroom management systems.
Section: WW
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EPSY 532 - Cognition and Motivation in Instruction

Oneonta / University College | Spring 2018
January 17, 2018 — 
Review of recent advances in cognitive and motivational psychology as applied to instruction. Emphasis is placed on two topics: 1) how to adapt these advances to design effective instruction, and 2) how to help students become autonomous learners.
Section: WW