School of Education Graduate-Studies Summer/Autumn 2007-2008 by DePaul University

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general information school of education graduate studies general information about depaul university founded on judeo-christian principles continues to assert the relevance of these principles through higher education to our students the university expresses these principles especially by passing on the heritage of st vincent depaul individual perfection manifested through purposeful involvement with other persons communities and institutions the school of education manifests these principles in its purpose and through its programs as an urban institution the school of education is committed to improving primary and secondary education in the metropolitan area and in particular in the city of chicago framed within a commitment to promote and support diversity the school of education prepares all of its students to be urban professional multicultural educators who ˇ ˇ ˇ ˇ ˇ promote positive transformation consider multiple perspectives integrate inquiry theory

associate professor pennsylvania state university kenneth sarubbi d.p.e associate professor indiana university james j seri m.s professor emeritus university of wisconsin penny silvers ed.d assistant professor national louis university sonia soltero ph.d associate professor university of arizona layla suleiman ph.d assistant professor loyola university of chicago john r taccarino ph.d associate professor northwestern university akihiko takahashi ph.d assistant professor university of illinois frank tavano ed.d visiting instructor loyola university so-young tikoo ph.d assistant professor university of iowa david tovar-murray ph.d assistant professor western michigan university beverly trezek ph.d assistant professor university of wisconsin-madison katherine van sluys ph.d assistant professor indiana university rafaela weffer ph.d professor illinois institute of technology joy whitman ph.d associate professor west virginia university kathryn c wiggins ph.d associate

school of education departments department of teacher education school of education graduate studies school of education departments department of teacher education about teacher education the department of teacher education prepares urban professional multicultural educators through an integrated program of courses and field experiences programs offered are designed for the preparation of future educators the programs of study center around our commitment to excellence in teaching in today​s diverse society through the investigation of significant educational issues inquiry into student learning and effective teaching practices and the use of technology in teaching and learning we engage teacher candidates in critical reflection upon their practice throughout the program we foster engagement in schools through our professional development schools and other school and agency affiliations upon completion of the program teacher candidates measure themselves against the values of

program such grades remain on the academic record and are calculated into the cumulative gpa school of education graduate studies school of education departments department of teacher education degree requirements secondary concentration degree requirements secondary concentration courses master of education 56 hours master of arts 60 hours introductory courses 12 hours t&l 424 introduction to secondary education scg 406 human development and learning secondary t&l 425 professional practice in secondary schools prerequisite t&l 424 content area courses 4-12 hours evaluation of the content area must be completed by a faculty advisor evaluation will determine if deficiencies exist in the content area for certification both deficiencies and all graduate level content area courses must be completed before student teaching social and cultural foundations courses 8 hours scg 410 introduction to rese arc h purposes issues and methodologies choose one of the following scg 408 education and

urban studies critical race studies research methods and more the faculty also has a diverse range of interests in areas such as globalization social theory and social construction of knowledge the role of education in the production of inequalities of race gender class sexuality and language socially situated theories of learning and teaching and the role of education in the construction of culture and social identities given the interdisciplinary approach to the study of education of this degree program students have the opportunity with the approval of their faculty advisor to take 24 hours of elective courses outside of the social and cultural foundations in education program as well as the school of education choices of electives include but are not limited to courses in departments and programs such as communication philosophy women​s studies american studies international studies public policy and sociology degree program ˇ master of arts social and cultural

education reading and supervision other sequences are being designed to meet emerging needs see a faculty advisor for additional information degree programs ˇ master of arts or master of education curriculum studies campus location ˇ lincoln park admission requirements ˇ a completed school of education graduate application ˇ a bachelor​s degree conferred by an accredited recognized institution ˇ a previous grade point average of 2.75 or above on a 4.0 scale ˇ two years of successful teaching pupil personnel work or other appropriate work experience ˇ two letters of recommendation from professors or supervisors ˇ one official transcript from all colleges and/or universities attended ˇ resume ˇ personal statement see application for details ˇ evidence of adequate background for the program degree requirements courses 52 quarter hours three social and cultural studies courses 12 hours scg 410 introduction to rese arc h purposes issues

courses 60 hours social and cultural foundations courses 8 hours scg 401 advanced developmental psychology scg 410 introduction to rese arc h purposes issues and methodologies counseling courses 52 hours hsc 490 foundation of student affairs hsc 491 contextual dimensions knowledge and skills in student affairs hsc 492 program development in student affairs hsc 400 technology in counseling 1 hour hsc 451 legal and ethical issues in counseling hsc 452 introduction to the counseling profession hsc 454 career counseling hsc 458 group counseling hsc 461 testing and appraisal hsc 467 counseling theories hsc 501 counseling skills hsc 510 multicultural counseling hsc 511 supervision 1 hour hsc 512 crisis intervention 1 hour hsc 513 consultation for counselors 1 hour plus human services elective 4 hours practicum internship rese arc h 12 hours prerequisites all courses with the exception of hsc 512 and hsc 513 must be completed prior to practicum permission to be enrolled in practicum and

theory &practice courses 16 quarter hours t&l 413 reading and language arts in the middle grades t&l 415 teaching and learning elementary school science t&l 416 teaching and learning elementary school mathematics t&l 418 learning through the arts special education courses 32 quarter hours lsi 441 psychology of reading lsi 443 psychological tests and methods in diagnosis lsi 446 psychology and education of the exceptional student lsi 460 social-emotional development and classroom management lsi 461 collaborative practice and special education lsi 462 instructional strategies for students with disabilities i accessing the general education curriculum lsi 463 instructional strategies for students with disabilities ii diagnosis and remediation lsi 464 problems and issues in special education field experience 200 field hours lsi 096 field experience for dual certification non-credit student teaching 8 hours lsi 585 special education student teaching time divided between regular and special

school of education graduate studies school of education departments doctor of education program degree requirements doctoral of education program degree requirements doctoral of education program courses 76 credit hours 68 credit hours of coursework and 8 credit hours of dissertation rese arc h doctoral dissertation and oral defense the superintendent endorsement requires an additional 4 credit hour internship a&s 801 leadership theory and practice a&s 811 assessment and accountability cs 704 curriculum discourses/perspectives over time cs 751 curriculum for human and community development scg 701 philosophy of ethics in education scg 711 the social foundations of multiculturalism scg 721 human development and the educational process concentrations choose one 28 hours curriculum studies cs 754 curriculum theorizing multiple lenses cs 761 assessing school curriculum cs 764 ideology culture and society youth development cs 774 engaging in curriculum deliberation cs 784 curriculum

hsc 405 life span adolescents through the aging years hsc 406 characteristics of the high-risk young child hsc 407 history and ethics of early childhood counseling programs hsc 408 early intervention strategies and child relationships hsc 409 child family and multicultural community hsc 440 family and child assessment techniques hsc 451 legal and ethical issues in counseling hsc 452 introduction to the counseling profession hsc 454 career counseling hsc 458 group counseling hsc 461 testing and appraisal hsc 466 assessment and treatment of chemical dependency hsc 467 counseling theories hsc 468 current issues in human services hsc 475 career counseling for school counselors hsc 489 psychopathology hsc 490 foundation of student affairs hsc 491 contextual dimensions knowledge and skills in student affairs hsc 492 program development in student affairs hsc 501 counseling skills hsc 510 multicultural counseling hsc 511 supervision 1 hour hsc 512 crisis intervention 1 hour hsc 513

t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l t&l 449 453 455 460 465 466 525 585 586 588 589 590 591 595 596 600 606 607 610 611 612 613 614 616 teaching modern languages teaching history and social science in secondary schools readings in american history instructional technology for all students visual art education i histories of looking visual arts ii pedagogy reading writing and communicating across the curriculum elementary student teaching 6 hours elementary student teaching seminar 2 hours independent study in teaching and learning thesis rese arc h in teaching and learning secondary student teaching 6 hours secondary student teaching seminar 2 hours early childhood student teaching 6 hours early childhood student teaching seminar 2 hours registered student in good standing non-credit review of literature non-credit integrative paper non-credit induction into the teaching profession elementary induction into the teaching