School of Education Course Descriptions - EDU Level


EDU 200 - Current Topics in Education  (3 credits)


EDU 200A - Topic:Using Interactive White Boards for Teaching and Learning  (0-1 credits)

This course will deal with the pedagogy of using interactive whiteboards and provide an introduction to the use of interactive white boards with mobile and web-based technologies as they emerge. Students will explore the use of interactive white boards and related apps as tools to create more interactive presentations, to engage and differentiate for K-12 students, and to support the development of independent and engaged learners. Activities will allow comparison between new and more traditional tools for instruction. Students will also develop ways to relate these new learning tools to research on teaching and learning. A key feature of this course will be to provide online and clinical lab practice utilizing the new technologies in relation to interactive white boards so students gain fluency working with these technologies.

EDU 200D - Current Topics in Education: Dropout Prevention  (3 credits)


EDU 200E - Topic: Limited English Proficiency Students  (3 credits)


EDU 200F - Special Topics in International Education  (3 credits)


EDU 200G - Special Topic: Business Education  (3 credits)


EDU 200H - Topic: Elementary Math Workshop (3 credits)


EDU 200I - Topic: Education and Society  (3 credits)

Have you ever wondered why there are so many kinds of schools in the United States and why the graduates of those schools seem to have such different experiences? Have you ever wondered how those differences affect a student’s future – does it affect their work, the amount of money they earn, the places they live? If you’ve thought about these things, have you wondered how they affect you and your future? This course will give you an opportunity to think and learn about all these questions and a lot more. We will look at American schools from today and in the past, focusing especially on Yonkers schools. We will look at what people think and have thought about the purpose of education. Through projects and readings, movies and music, we will learn about the struggles for equal educational opportunity for all students. You will learn about how you can take advantage of the opportunities you have, how to deal with road blocks, and how to create even more opportunities.


EDU 200J - Topic: Teacher in Popular Culture  (3 credits)


EDU 200K - Topic: In Education-Adult Literacy Development  (3 credits)


EDU 200L - Topic: Studies in Educational Thought  (3 credits)


EDU 200M - Topic: International Education  (3 credits)

Do politics, economics and history shape educational systems? This introductory course will focus on and compare educational systems on a global level as well as their effect on the American educational system. The course examines education in its scope from pre-kindergarten through high school and beyond in various parts of the world.


EDU 200N - Topic: Integration Literacy  (3 credits)


EDU 200P - Topic: History of American Education  (3 credits)


EDU 200R - Topics: Hall of Science  (3 credits)