Educator Identity in Contexts Anti Oppressive and Ethical Beginnings (EFDT 301.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
EFDT 301 12 January 2017 Verna St. Denis (primary instructor)
EFDT 301 14 January 2017 Verna St. Denis (primary instructor)
EFDT 301 16 January 2017 Verna St. Denis (primary instructor)
EFDT 301 G80 January 2017 Alexandria Wilson (primary instructor)
EFDT 301 G84 January 2017 Jed Huntley (primary instructor)
 
EFDT 301 01 September 2016 Janet McVittie (primary instructor)
EFDT 301 03 September 2016 Carmen Gillies (primary instructor)
EFDT 301 05 September 2016 Lynn Lemisko (primary instructor)
EFDT 301 87 September 2016 Edith Venne (primary instructor)
EFDT 301 E57 September 2016 Edith Venne (primary instructor)
EFDT 301 G69 September 2016 Audrey Aamodt (primary instructor)
 
EFDT 301 06 January 2016 Paul Orlowski (primary instructor)
EFDT 301 G80 January 2016 Alexandria Wilson (primary instructor)
EFDT 301 G84 January 2016 Jed Huntley (primary instructor)

Description

This course will have a central focus on an anti-racist and anti-oppressive examination of self and learners, with an understanding that education is an ethical and political act. Specific attention will be paid to the Saskatchewan context. Teacher candidates will connect these understandings to teaching practice as they develop their professional identities.

Note

Students with credit for EFDT 335 or EDUC 301 will not receive credit for this course.

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