Monday, December 5, 2011

2018 Spring M/W/F Schedule

Spring 2018 EDU 111-01
MWF 9:30AM - 10:20AM
HIP 106

google Drive course files:

Day
Class Focus/Assignments Due
January
Week 1
M/ 8

"
Theme for English B," Langston Hughes

"Save the Last Word" activity

“Eleven,” Sandra Cisneros (google Drive)
W/ 10
Katherine Christie, Berea Middle, tutoring

Foucault, “The Means of Correct Training” (google Drive) 
F/12
Groups formed, topics chosen
January
Week 2
M/15
MLK Holiday
W/17
“Banking concept”; Freire, Ch .2 Pedagogy of the Oppressed (google Drive)

Topic 1: The Teaching Profession
F/19
 Topic 1, Freire continued

Gorski/Landsman book club discussion: Pts. 1 and 2 (choose at least 3 chapters in EACH section)
January
Week 3
M/22
Topic 2: Educational Philosophies

W/24
Educational Philosophies and Learning Theories (google Drive)
F/26
NO CLASS

[SCCTE]
January
Week 4
M/29

Topic 2 continued
W/31
Topic 3: Historical Foundations of Education
February

F/2
Thomas Jefferson on Education (http://edu111furman.blogspot.com/2012/01/idealistic-and-elitist-roots-of-public.html) and “The American Scholar,” Ralph Waldo Emerson (http://www.emersoncentral.com/amscholar.htm)

Gorski/Landsman book club discussion: Pt. 3 (choose at least 3 chapters in EACH section)
February
Week 5
M/5
Corridor of Shame (http://www.corridorofshame.com/)
W/7
Topic 4: Diversity, Multiculturalism, Poverty/Privilege, Class, and Race
F/9

A Talk to Teachers, James Baldwin

“What These Children Are Like,” Ralph Ellison (
http://www.teachingamericanhistory.org/library/index.asp?document=575)



Gorski/Landsman book club discussion: Pts. 4 and 5 (choose at least 3 chapters in EACH section)
February
Week 6
M/12

W/14
Little Rock Central: 50 Years Later continued
F/16
Gorski/Landsman book club discussion: Pt. 6 (choose at least 3 chapters in EACH section)

LRC discussion
February
Week 7
M/19
Group Presentations

1. Standardized testing
2.

W/21
Group Presentations

3. Scholastic Sports
4.

F/23

February
Week 8
M/26
Group Presentations

5.
6.

W/28
Group Presentations

7.
8.

March

F/2
Midterm

Class discussion: Gorski/Landsman's The Poverty and Education Reader


Email to professor BEFORE class 3-5 key points from Gorski with evidence (quotes and/or page numbers). Have key points in class to discuss in small groups before opening discussion to the whole class.

Spring Break March 3-11
March
Week 9
M/12
Topic 5: Legal, Political, and Financial
W/14
Jenny Colvin, LIBR

Topic 5 continued
F/16
Emdin book club discussion

Topic 5 continued
March
Week 10
M/19
W/21
Ruby Payne, deficit perspective

Return of the Deficit, Curt Dudley-Marling

F/23
Emdin book club discussion

Deficit perspective continued

March
Week 11
M/26
Topic 6: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

W/28
Topic 6 continued
F/30
Good Friday
April
Week 12
M/2
Easter Monday
W/4
Emdin book club discussion
F/6
Topic 7: Current Issues and the Future of Education
April
Week 13
M/9
Topic 7 continued

ESSAY DRAFT DUE/ WORKSHOP
W/11
Cited essay workshop
F/13
--- technology fail day
April
Week 14
M/16
W/18
Hard Times cont.

F/20
Hard Times cont./ discussion

April
Week 15
M/23
Virtual Schools Report

Tutoring share


Emdin discuss and response due
April
Exam
M/30
Monday 8:30AM - 11:00AM, HIP 106