EPOL 523 A - Global Issues in Learning
Investigates how culture has been taken up in theories that try to explain differences in educational outcomes between nations, within classrooms, and across schools. Through readings drawn from cultural psychology, but also including sociology, anthropology, and education, students will examine how globalization has shaped the discourse about the relationships between culture, learning, and academic achievement. Course Information: Same as EPS 553 and EPSY 553. 4 graduate hours. No professional credit. Prerequisite: For majors only.
Synchronous attendance required, however accommodations can be made. Moodle LMS.
Academic Program Restrictions:
EDM: Curr & Inst Online - UIUC EDM:Ed Pol Org&Ldrshp Onl-UIUC NDEG: Curr & Inst OnLine -UIUC NDEG:Ed Pol Org&LdrshpOnl-UIUC EDD:Ed Pol Org &Ldshp Onl-UIUC
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Course Level: Graduate