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Coverage of the goals, objectives, and curriculum of the middle school/intermediate school. Explores the unique educational and social needs of boys and girls 10-15 years of age who are in grades 5-9. The nature of children in this age group is analyzed in terms of changing times and trends. Prerequisite: Admission I, Educational Foundations 235, Child and Adolescent Development, or equivalent and Educational Foundations 380, Educational Psychology.
 
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Universities are going into the 2021-22 academic year with a greater capacity to deliver online and hybrid teaching. But just as existing digital divides presented complex teaching challenges during the pandemic, faculty’s lack of digital literacy and of pedagogical training could render universities’ digital transformations ineffective. Lauren Her…
 
In this episode of the THE podcast, we speak with Ian Jacobs, the outgoing vice-chancellor of UNSW Sydney about what motivates universities to scale their operations and how it can be done. We also speak with Jude Sheeran, principal, international education and research technology at Amazon Web Services about types of technology that can support th…
 
Since the 18th century, universities' civic missions have evolved beyond widening access to higher education to now include public engagement, economic renewal and community outreach. This week we speak with two experts who are deeply involved in civic activities at their institutions in the UK and in Canada. Jeremy Read is the CEO of the Universit…
 
Can you use a podcast to tell the story of a journal article? Helen Wolfenden, a lecturer in radio at Macquarie University, thinks you can and has set out to do it in this guest podcast episode “Making practice publishable”. “I think it brings the knowledge to life in a completely different kind of way,” she said. If that’s not enough, the journal …
 
Sara Custer hosts a group conversation with academics and university staff from the US and the UK about diversity, equity and inclusion, with a specific focus on anti-racism education and neurodiversity awareness. They bust myths about diversity, equity and inclusion work and offer tips on how universities and faculty can make their campuses and cl…
 
The pandemic has forced a major rethink of international higher education. Travel restrictions have put a huge dent in international student enrolments and after a year of doing everything remotely is International travel for students or university staff even necessary? Two scholars give us their opinions on what's next for the internationalisation…
 
Boosting employability is the biggest motivator for students completing higher education degrees yet many universities have traditionally argued their role is not to serve labour demands but to “educate”. However, with student debts increasing alongside the cost of university, the need to be assured a good job at the end of a course is becoming mor…
 
In this show we're discussing the elephant in the classroom: the big gap in basic pedagogical knowledge among academic faculty. How should instructional designers work with faculty? And how can universities encourage superstar researchers to also be excellent teachers? Bringing in their expert opinions are: Brian Schmidt, a Nobel Laureate in Physic…
 
What can university leaders and academics do to take care of themselves and their campus communities during the Covid-19 crisis? What role does kindness and compassion play in university leadership? Join THE's Sara Custer and Miranda Prynne as they discuss these questions with Thuy Thi Nguyen, president of Foothill College and June Gruber, associat…
 
On 1 and 2 September THE's virtual World Academic Summit will bring together over 100 speakers to answer questions like: Is the pandemic and the shift to a more digitally-based world changing the value of “place” for higher education institutions? Does this create a new opportunity for institutions in the Global South to redefine their public value…
 
Asian universities were the first institutions that had to quickly take all operations online in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Now several months into lockdown, the world’s higher education sector will be watching them to see what the next phase of online delivery will be; how assessments will be carried out; and in what ways traditional le…
 
THE digital editor Simon Baker speaks to Naomi Firsht about some of the biggest data stories in higher education since the beginning of 2020. As the new decade begins, Simon examines how well the sector globally has recovered from the 2008 financial crash. Meanwhile, UK HE is becoming increasingly reliant on Chinese fee income, and in Indonesia a g…
 
University leaders from around the world convened at an event co-hosted by Times Higher Education and the University of Toronto in Davos during the World Economic Forum to talk about the power of place. The event kicked off the conversation we'll be having at the World Academic Summit in Toronto in September. Tim Sowula head of content and engageme…
 
When it comes to community integration, is your institution in it for the long haul? That’s Johns Hopkins University's intention with its Live Near Your Work scheme. The nearly 12-year-old programme provides grants to employees to buy homes in deprived neighbourhoods around east Baltimore. According to Alicia Wilson vice-president for economic deve…
 
Boris Johnson soared to victory with a landslide win in the General Election, putting Brexit and the Conservatives’ vision for science and research very much back on the agenda. But what does a now inevitable Brexit mean for universities and those working in higher education, and has the election highlighted a graduate, non-graduate split among vot…
 
Do students see this as the Brexit election or are issues like climate change and the cost of living more important – and is the promise of zero tuition fees all it’s cracked up to be? Has the drive for student voter registration worked, and what do goats have to do with it? Will there be some tactical voting on 12 December, and how will students b…
 
Student populations can make a big difference to a constituency’s make-up, and with the 12 December election taking place during term-time, we may see the student vote having an impact on certain seats. THE’s data editor, Simon Baker, has crunched the numbers and come up with a student impact score for each constituency. In this General Election 20…
 
Two experts in AI discuss the big ethical questions about the technology that are keeping them up at night. Plus, they consider how universities can be a driving force for ethical AI development and what, if anything, can be done to develop global AI regulations. At the THE Live in November, Sara Custer, digital editor at Times Higher Education, sa…
 
The General Election is fast approaching and the party manifestos are finally out. Labour is promising to cut tuition fees, the Conservatives want more of a focus on science and the Liberal Democrats would rather not mention HE at all. But what are all of the parties really offering for higher education and how are they proposing to achieve their a…
 
In the first episode of our series spotlighting university leaders we speak with David Llewellyn, vice-chancellor at Harper Adams University a specialist agriculture institution in the UK. He tells us about how coming to the role with no agricultural or academic background has influenced his leadership style of spotting talent and giving people spa…
 
Each class member should complete the following and submit to the dropbox labelled Electronic Portfolio. If you have difficulty, you may submit to Erdman@uwosh.edu as attachments. You should submit your Electronic Portfolio with the following completed: page one as much as possible, the entrance assessment all standards (ex. skillful practitioner),…
 
The Electronic Portfolio form is located in Content in D2l of two program courses: El Ed/Sec Ed 715 Trends: Curriculum Planning and Differentiated Instruction (renumbered El Ed/Sec Ed 705 Curriculum Planning and Differentiated Instruction effective Summer 2011) and El Ed/Sec Ed 716 Issues in Education. You are responsible for holding onto and compl…
 
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