Kerry Rose

Outreach Projects Manager, Faculty of Education - Centre for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education

Contact

Outreach Projects Manager, Faculty of Education - Centre for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education
Email
kerryr@ualberta.ca

Courses

EDSE 355 - Curriculum and Teaching for Secondary School Science 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. Students may only receive credit for one of EDSE 352, EDSE 355, EDSE 360, or EDSE 364.

Fall Term 2020
EDSE 356 - Curriculum and Teaching for Secondary School Science Minor

Prerequisite: *9 in the Minor subject area; pre/corequisites: EDU 100 or 300, EDU 210, and EDU 211. Note: EDSE 356 is not open to first year students or students whose Major is Biological Sciences, Chemistry, General Sciences, Physical Sciences or Physics. Students may only receive credit for one of EDSE 353, EDSE 356, EDSE 361, or EDSE 366.

Fall Term 2020
EDU 511 - Introduction to School Improvement

Introduces the current state of knowledge, research and theory in the field of education. Focuses upon teaching and learning within schools and other educational organizations in ways that synthesize educational experience with professional research knowledge. Studies educational change that improves organizations. Prerequisite: Registration in the Master of Education in Educational Studies program. 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 the Calendar.

Summer Term 2020
EDU 512 - Leadership in Educational Settings

Examines the historical context of current thinking about educational leadership. Explores how leadership literature informs practice, while critically examining that literature from both theoretical and practical perspectives. Analyzes values and ethical principles in school leadership; complex dilemmas of educational leadership; and, works to develop a personal philosophy of educational leadership. Prerequisite: Registration in the Master of Education in Educational Studies program. 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 the Calendar.

Summer Term 2020