Wisam Abdul Jabbar

Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Education - Secondary Education Dept
Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Education - Master of Educational Studies

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Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Education - Secondary Education Dept
Email
abduljab@ualberta.ca

Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Education - Master of Educational Studies
Email
abduljab@ualberta.ca

Courses

EDSE 327 - Curriculum and Teaching for Secondary School English Language Arts Majors I

Prerequisites: *9 in the Major subject area, EDPY 304, EDU 100/300, 210, and 211. Corequisite: Courses in the Introductory Professional Term (IPT) for the Secondary Education Route. Successful completion of the on-campus portion of the IPT is expected prior to being granted permission to continue into EDFX 350. Note: Not open to first year students.

Fall Term 2020
EDSE 328 - Curriculum and Teaching for Secondary School English Language Arts Minors

Prerequisite: *9 in the Minor subject area; pre/corequisites: EDU 100 or 300, EDU 210, and EDU 211. Note: EDSE 328 is not open to first year students or students whose Major is English Language Arts.

Fall Term 2020
EDSE 427 - Curriculum and Teaching for Secondary School English Language Arts Majors II

Prerequisites: Introductory Professional Term and *24 in the Major subject area. Corequisite: EDSE 451. Successful completion is expected prior to being granted permission to commence EDFX 450.

Winter Term 2021
EDSE 451 - Integrating Theory and Classroom Practice in the Advanced Professional Term

Prerequisites: Introductory Professional Term and *24 in the Major subject area. Corequisite: Courses in the Advanced Professional Term for the Secondary Education Route including EDFX 450. Students may not receive credit for both EDFX 451 and EDSE 451.

Winter Term 2021
EDU 100 - Contexts of Education

This course focuses on the different contexts of professional practice within education. It critically examines the complex social relationships among educators as professionals and learners as participants in educational institutions. Teacher identity will be explored as a dynamic, reformative process in response to competing tensions that require an awareness of the positionality of educators. Preservice teachers will learn about the relationships between education and practice that are nested in social relations of learning that are also economic, political, and cultural. Engagement from a variety of perspectives they will develop professional knowledge for critical reconstructive practice. This course may not be taken for credit if credit has already been obtained in EDU 250, 300 or equivalent. [Department of Elementary Education, Department of Secondary Education]

Fall Term 2020
EDU 503 - Foundations of Curriculum

Provides an introduction to conceptions of curriculum and their effects on pedagogy with particular emphasis on discerning and interpreting how personal, social, cultural, and political circumstances collude in the shaping of educational practices. Prerequisites: Registration in the Master of Education in Educational Studies program, and EDU 511 and EDU 512. Sections may be offered in a Cost Recovery format at an increased rate of fee assessment; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of Calendar.

Fall Term 2020

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