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CNED 597 - Seminar In Counselor Education

Oneonta / University College | Spring 2018
January 17, 2018 — 
The seminar provides an opportunity for continued study, research and discussion which is directly related to professional growth in the areas of school counseling, marriage, and family therapy, and community health counseling. Seminar topics will be identified by an appropriate sub title, i.e., Topics in Multicultural Counseling. Scheduling of seminars will depend on availability of faculty and evidence of need.
Section: WW
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COMM 270 - Persuasion

Oneonta / University College | Winter 2017-18
December 26, 2017 — 
This course is designed for the modern student of communication. Students will, through discussion, group analysis, and critical exploration, study the persuasions and persuasive effects of some of the more common practical communications that surround our every day lives. Students will examine and analyze the persuasions in advertising, televisual news, and political and commercial campaigns. Students will be trying to make sense of, discover the persuasive strategies, and critically evaluate the persuasive dimensions in a few of the enormous barrage of planned persuasions directed at the modern consumer of messages.
Section: 01
3
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COMM 255 - Organizational Communication

Oneonta / University College | Winter 2017-18
December 26, 2017 — 
A study of the theories and characteristics of organizations, with a special focus on the communication practices, behaviors, and systems found in organizations. Analyses of formal and informal message networks, small group decision-making, human relationships and role structures, and persuasive strategies that are characteristic of organizations.
Section: 01
3
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EDUC 535 - Children's Literature & Reading

Oneonta / University College | Winter 2017-18
December 26, 2017 — 
This course will examine the role of children's literature in the curriculum and explore a wide variety of genres. Emphasis will be on the selection and examination of multicultural literature for children. Attention will be given to extending and evaluating children's response to literature and planning a literature program that stimulates interest, motivation and the ability to read for a wide variety of purposes.
Section: 01
3
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PSYC 100 - Introductory Psychology

Oneonta / University College | Winter 2017-18
December 26, 2017 — 
An overview of the field of academic psychology including introduction to experimental methods, our biological heritage, sensory and perceptual information processing, learning and motivation, social processes, psychopathology and psychotherapy.
Section: 01
3
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EDUC 631 - Writing Procss-Literacy Programs

Oneonta / University College | Winter 2017-18
December 26, 2017 — 
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 & assessment. The course will include observation and documentation of the writing process and writing development of a young writer/learner.
Section: 01
3
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PHED 202 - Current Health Problems & Issues

Oneonta / University College | Winter 2017-18
December 26, 2017 — 
An investigation of important health problems and issues in modern American society.
Section: WW
3
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PHED 204 - Stress Management

Oneonta / University College | Winter 2017-18
December 26, 2017 — 
This course will study the multiple components of stress, including the physical, psychological, sociological, and spiritual aspects. It will identify the clear connection between stress and the onset of disease and introduce several coping strategies and innovative relaxation techniques.
Section: WW
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EDUC 506 - Introduction to Educational Research

Oneonta / University College | Fall 2017
August 28, 2017 — 
This course is designed to provide foundation skills and understandings about educational research methodologies. The graduate student will locate and critically review primary sources of information and complete a review of literature on a topic related to education social policy. The course serves as an introductory course for majors in childhood education master's degree programs. The course is evaluated by a letter grade.
Section: WW
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EDUC 577 - Issues in Diversity, Multicultural Education and Bilingualism

Oneonta / University College | Fall 2017
August 28, 2017 — 
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