Education Research and Theory Courses

Education Research and Theory courses 

   

 

Course Number

Course Title

Faculty

Typically taught

WRIT 114

Education in Philosophical Perspective

Hawes

Spring

EDUC 103Y /  WGST 102Y

First-Year Seminar: Lessons of Childhood: Representations of Difference in Children's Media

Mata

Fall

EDUC 200

Theory and Practice in Early Childhood Care and Education

Morgan

Spring every other year

EDUC 201

Educating Young Children with Special Needs

Morgan

Spring every other year

EDUC 207/SOC 207/PEAC 207

Schools and Society

Levitt

Fall

EDUC 213

Social and Emotional Learning and Development: Theoretically Informed Practice for K-12 Education

Rubin

Summer

EDUC 214

Reimagining Youth: Exploring the Role of Family, Community and Society

Hong

Fall

EDUC 215 / PEAC 215

Understanding and Improving Schools

Vasudevan

Fall and Spring

EDUC 216

Education and Social Policy

Vasudevan

Fall and Spring

EDUC 217 / WGST 217

Growing Up in a Gendered World

Robeson

Spring

EDUC 226 / ECON 226

Economics of Education Policy

Werkema

Fall

EDUC 227 / AFR 227

Black Girlhood Studies

Lindsay-Dennis

Fall

EDUC 308 / SOC 308

Children in Society

Rutherford

Fall

EDUC 313

Seminar: Social and Emotional Learning and Development: Theoretically Informed Practice for K-12 Education

Rubin

Fall

EDUC 317 / CHEM 302

Seminar: Communicating and Teaching Chemistry

Stanley

Fall every other year

EDUC 321/SOC 312/PEAC 312

Seminar: De-centering and Re-centering: Social Theory Across the Globe

Levitt

Spring

EDUC 328

Seminar: CSPW: Social Technologies and Identity Development

Chamaraman

Fall

EDUC 332

Seminar: Centering Community: Critical Perspectives on Youth Work & Out-of-School Time Programs

Vasudevan

Fall

EDUC 334

Seminar: Ethnography in Education: Race, Migration, and Borders

Hong

Spring

EDUC 335

Seminar: Urban Education and Emancipatory Research

Hong

Fall

EDUC 338

Seminar: Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design in Education

Hong

Spring

EDUC 339

Seminar: Critical Perspectives, Practice, and Reflection in Teaching and Curriculum

Hawes / Rubin

Spring