Inquiry Project and Community Learning Field Experience (ECUR 411.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
ECUR 411 02 January 2017 Debbie Pushor (primary instructor)
ECUR 411 04 January 2017 Geraldine Balzer (primary instructor)
ECUR 411 06 January 2017 Bonnie Mihalicz (primary instructor)
ECUR 411 08 January 2017 Tracy Walker (primary instructor)
 
ECUR 411 01 May 2016 Scott Thompson (primary instructor)
 
ECUR 411 06 January 2016 Debbie Pushor (primary instructor)
ECUR 411 08 January 2016 Tracy Walker (primary instructor)
ECUR 411 10 January 2016 Scott Thompson (primary instructor)
ECUR 411 12 January 2016 Natalie Jade Ballek (primary instructor)
ECUR 411 20 January 2016 Geraldine Balzer (primary instructor)

Description

Post-interns will develop an independent or interdependent inquiry project connected with their on-campus and field study experiences. Post-interns will be facilitated in developing understanding of approaches to inquiring, appropriate to questions they wish to address, and will be encouraged to organize an inter-professional community-learning field experience through which they will develop positive attitudes toward community partnerships in education and develop skills related to community engagement and community-based learning.

Note

Students with credit for EDUC 411, EFDT 411, EADM 411, or EPSE 411 will not receive credit for this course.

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