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Week One 

Week II           Week III           Week IV           Week V 

1. June 20

 

Introduction

  • Introductions
  • Overview and syllabus
  • IntroBlog 
  • Workshop: Course BlogSpot

 

2. June 21

 

Introduction

  • Reading:

1.   The American School, chapter: 1

2.   Educational Foundations: Roman Pages

3.   Bushnell, M. & Henry, S. (2003) Reflection & Autobiography in Teacher Education.” p. 48-59.

  • Discussion:

a.   Course Syllabus

b.   WebLog 1 Class Survey

c.   Readings

 

3. June 22

 

Globalization & Nationalism

  • Reading: The American School 2, 3 (partial)
  •  Discussion:  
  •  Break
  •  Threads and Weblog

 

4. June 23

 

Why Teach?

  • Reading: Educational Foundations, Part 1
  •  Discussion:  
  • WebLog I due: (share in class)

 

Week Two

Week I           Week III           Week IV           Week V

5. June 27

 

Common Schools

 

Reading: The American School 4

6. June 28

 

Common Schools

 

Reading: The American School 5

7. June 29

 

Who are today’s students?

 

Reading: Educational Foundations, Part 2

  • Research, Blogging and Replying

8. June 30

 

Autobiography

  • Reading:

1.      Bullough, R.V. and Pinnegar, S. (2001) Guidelines for autobiographical forms of self-study research. 13-21. 

2.      Pinar, W. (1975) Search for a Method. pp. 415-424.

 

WeekThree

Week I           Week II           Week IV           Week V

July 4

 Independence Day Observed. No class.

9. July 5

 

Common Schools

 

Reading: The American School 7

  • Threaded Discussion II due

 

Class-time research and discussion

  • Checking sources: research the accuracy of Spring’s historiography;
  • Subjugation: The transformation and assimilation of your people(s) into “Americans;”
  • La Raza: current curriculum controversy in Arizona;
  •  

 

Resources:

 

 

10. July 6

 

From Nixon to Obama

 

 

 

Reading: The American School, 15

11. July 7

 

Autobiography

Reading:  Saar, M. (2008). Understanding Genealogy: History, Power, and the Self. Journal of the Philosophy of History. 2 (3). 295-314.

  • Discussion: Autobiography in Teacher Education” 
  • Research Share
  • Timeline I due

 

Week Four

Week I           Week II           Week III          Week V

12. July 11

 

Migration and Welfare

 

 

Reading: The American School 8

 

  •  
  • WebLog III due

13. July 12

 

What Makes a Good Teacher?

 

Reading: Educational Foundations, Part 3

 

14. July 13

 

What Do Good Schools Look Like?

 

Reading: Educational Foundations, Part 4

 

15. July 14

 

Pluralism

 

Reading: The American School, 11

Resources:

1.   AFT - American Federation of Teachers - A Union of Professionals

2.   NEA – The National Education Association

3.   The American Legion

 

Threaded Discussion III due

Week Five

Week I           Week II           Week III           Week IV            

16. July 18

Assessing Student Learning?

 

 

Reading: Educational Foundations, Part 5

  • Discussion:

Timeline II due

 

17. July 19

 

Civil Rights, Multiculturalism and the War on Poverty

Reading: The American School, 13, pp. 366-376 and 14

Timeline Group I

Research Presentations:

18. July 20

 

Developing a Critical Voice

Reading: Educational Foundations, Part 6

  • Timeline Group II
  • Research Presentations:

19. July 21

 

  • Timeline Group III
  • Research Presentations:

 

  • Research Report due
  •  

 

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