An in-depth exploration and evaluation of methods, theories, and politics of educational inquiry and research in relation to current topics in the field of education studies. Through synthesizing previous coursework and engaging new common readings, students work with the instructor to identify and pursue a new line of inquiry that serves to extend and advance the ideas that define the critical educator, transformative intellectual, and public pedagogue. Students produce a substantive scholarly product and give a formal presentation. Prerequisites: Junior Education Studies major, EDUC 170, 222, and 223.
|Junior Education Studies major, EDUC 170, 222, and 223||1 course|
Fall Semester informationRebecca Alexander
480A: Educational Research