EDUC 3110

EDUC 3110

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2018-2019. Courses of Study 2019-2020 is scheduled to publish mid-June.

Educational psychology is the application of psychological concepts to educational settings. This course examines the dynamic interaction between people as teachers and learners, schools as social and learning environments, and the sociocultural contexts that influence learning. The focus is on those interactions in cognitive, epistemic, social, moral, and personal domains in educational contexts.

When Offered Fall, Spring.

Distribution Category (CA-AG, KCM-AG)
Course Attribute (CU-CEL)

Outcomes
  • Understand the cognitive, emotional, interpersonal, and social processes involved in learning, teaching, and communicating knowledge and information.
  • Create inclusive, caring, and just educational contexts.
  • Make ethical judgments about the content and process of education.
  • Critically evaluate how psychological theories are involved in successful educational practice.

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Enrollment Information
Syllabi: none
  •   Regular Academic Session.  Choose one studio and one field studies. Combined with: COMM 3110HD 3110

  • 4 Credits GradeNoAud

  • 17590EDUC 3110  STU 501

    • M
    • Duff, B

  • Choose one field (FLD) section. This will also enroll you in the common studio (STU).

  •  4312EDUC 3110  FLD 801

    • M
    • Duff, B

  • This field option involves working with adolescents with special needs.

  •  4317EDUC 3110  FLD 802

    • T
    • Duff, B

  • This field option involves working with children in grades K-3.

  •  4318EDUC 3110  FLD 803

    • W
    • Duff, B

  • This field option involves working with adolescents with special needs.

  •  4319EDUC 3110  FLD 804

    • W
    • Duff, B

  • This field option involves working with K-5 students.

  •  4320EDUC 3110  FLD 805

    • R
    • Duff, B

  • This field option involves working with children in grades K-3.

  •  4321EDUC 3110  FLD 806

    • F
    • Duff, B

  • This field option involves working with adolescents with special needs.