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Education Studies Program - UC San Diego

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Education Studies


Mission Statement:

Education Studies at UCSD supports the goal of equity and educational excellence for all K-12 students in our public schools. This goal is actualized through the academic and field components of our programs. Students learn research-based teaching practices and engage in extensive reflection and writing on their classroom practice. Students are asked to examine their teaching performance in relationship to the diverse social, cultural, economic, and political context of California public schools. EDS classroom placements reflect our commitment to prepare our graduates to become highly successful teachers in underperforming schools situated within linguistically and culturally diverse communities.


Fall 2007


Introduction to Literacy and Numeracy Tutoring (EDS 134):

Course Description:

This course examines effective practices for language arts and mathematics learning for elementary school children. The field experience and seminar focus on the tutor / student relationship, teaching and learning processes for literacy and numeracy, and community service. (Corequisite: EDS 139 Practicum in Learning)

Wiki: http://eds134.pbwiki.com/


Practicum in Learning (EDS 139):

Course Description:

Students are placed in local schools and work with students in classrooms and the community. Students work on educational activities with K-12 students a minimum of four hours per week.


Winter & Spring 2008


Introduction to Teaching and Learning (EDS 128A & B):

Course Description:

This course series is for undergraduates who are exploring a career in elementary school teaching. Topics addressed include: theories of teaching and learning; research on cognition and motivation; and the cultural context of classroom teaching and learning. EDS 128A focuses on the learner in the teaching-learning interaction and EDS 128B focuses on the teacher in the teaching-learning interaction.

128a Wiki: http://eds128a.pbwiki.com/

128b Wiki: http://eds128b.pbwiki.com/




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