ENED 698 Advanced Seminar in English Education
Exit Requirement: The purpose of ENED 698 is to provide an opportunity for the student to 1) review his/her prior learning in the field; 2) update and supplement that knowledge with additional research, reading, and writing; and 3) to synthesize through a major project his/her present knowledge of subject matter, pedagogy, and issues of schooling. The successful project must demonstrate the student’s advanced and comprehensive academic and pedagogical preparation for literacy instruction in the secondary schools. To be prepared in collaboration with the course instructor and other professionals, the project should represent the best evidence of the student’s ability to: 1) comprehend and generate scholarly ideas in English Education; 2) write in scholarly forms about both English subject matter and pedagogy; 3) conduct and review educational research and apply it to a specific classroom context; and 4) work productively with others. Open only to graduate students with 27 hours toward M.S. in Ed. in Secondary Education.
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