College of
Southern
Idaho

 
EDUC 201 Foundations of Education

LueLinda Egbert
Distinguished Professor, Education 
Office: Hepworth 123
Phone: 208-732-6890
Email: legbert@csi.edu
   
 

Course Description

COURSE DESCRIPTION______________________________________________________________________

This course introduces social, philosophical, and historical perspectives in education. Students will examine the teaching field, current trends, and teaching as a profession. (This course includes a portfolio entry: Autobiographical Essay. This class addresses Idaho Core Teacher Standards 1, 2 and 9).

TEXTBOOK ­­­­­______________________________________________________________________

Unofficially used: and not required: Kauchak, D., Eggen, P., & Carter, C. (2013). Introduction to teaching: Becoming a professional.(5th  ed.). Columbus, Ohio: Merrill Prentice Hall.

  • OER On-line Educational Resources; no textbook required
  • Weebly.com access and creation (see Canvas for instructions.

·        2” Notebook w/ created tabs labeled is sugggested: what gets written down, gets done!

Course Syllabus
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  • Ch-1 Overview Why Teach (2).ppt
  • Ch-1 and 13 Overview The Teaching Professional.ppt
  • Ch-2 Overview American Society & Teaching.ppt
  • Ch-3 Overview Diversity in Education.ppt
  • Ch-3. Overview Learning Diversity.pptx
  • Ch-4 Overview History of Ed and Reform.ppt
  • Ch-5 Overview Philosophy.ppt
  • Ch-6 Overview Choosing a School.ppt
  • Ch-7 Overview Funding and Organizational Accountability.ppt
  • Ch-8 Overview Law.ppt
  • Ch-9 Overview Curriculum.ppt
  • Ch-10 Overview Learning Communities.ppt
  • Ch-11 Overview American Classrooms.ppt
  • Ch-12 Overview School Reform.ppt
  • EDUC 201 Foundations Course Calendar.docx
  • Egbert EDUC 201 Syllabus 2021.docx
  • Course Documents
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  • Ch. 1 Information to Know - Why teach.doc
  • Ch-1 & 13 Information to know - Professional.doc
  • Ch. 2a Information to Know - Amer.Fam.doc
  • Ch. 3 Information to Know-Diversity .doc
  • Ch. 4 Information to Know - History.doc
  • Ch. 5 Information to Know - Philosophy.doc
  • Ch. 6 Information to Know -Choosing a School.doc
  • Ch. 7 Information to Know - Gov. and Fin.doc
  • Ch. 8 Information to Know - School Laws.doc
  • Ch. 9 Information to Know - School Curriculum.doc
  • Ch. 10 Information to Know - Class Management.doc
  • Ch. 11 Information to Know - Effective Teacher.doc
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