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EDUCĀ 260: Foundations in Education

This introductory course addresses the educational experience in the United States with specific focus on the experience of non-dominant groups within the U.S. Students examine the philosophy, history, politics, and sociology of the U.S. educational system. Topics are addressed through a central text as well as current literature and supplementary readings, highlighting the interaction of schools and communities. Students gain practical experience in aneducational setting through a required field experience. In a final project, students develop and express their own philosophy of education based on their particular area of interest. Required 20-hour field experience. Offered annually. Counts toward American studies major and race and ethnic studies major and concentration.

American Studies

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...Relations EDUC 170 Urban Schools and Communities (off-campus) EDUC 260 Foundations in Education EDUC...

French

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...extends students' liberal arts education and multicultural competence...of Modern Philosophy PSCI 260 History of Modern...

Management Studies

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...important facets of their education and experiential learning...266 Operations Research MEDIA 260 Media and Screen...

Nursing

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...enjoy a St. Olaf education, earn a bachelor...to Cultural Anthropology SOAN 260 Marriage and the...

Philosophy

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...course of a liberal education, are not only...Global Health Ethics PHIL 260 Kant's Moral...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...campus) EDUC 246 Educating and Advocating for English Learners EDUC 260 Foundations in Education EDUC...