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EDUC 334: Social Studies Perspectives

This course examines basic assumptions about social science, primal thought, feminism, humanities, history, post-modernism, and thematic social studies. Students pursue methodologies of structuring knowledge and means of advancing knowledge in each discipline. Students learn how to relate their social studies subject matter to the total social studies curriculum. Offered annually in the spring semester.
Prerequisite: EDUC 260 or EDUC 290 or permission of instructor.

Social Studies Education

To provide middle and high school students a broad foundation in what is known about human social experience, interaction, and behavior To provide students with perspectives that will assist them in understanding self and others To provide students a foundation for appreciating and critically evaluating claims of knowledge about human social experience, interaction, and behavior.