Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Universal Design for Learning Undergraduate Certificate
All required coursework must be completed with a grade of 'C' or better (O-10-a).
|Mandatory Online 1-credit courses|
|EDCI 418||Culturally Responsive Pedagogy||1|
|EDCI 420||Gender and Sexual Diversity in Schools||1|
|EDCI 421||Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Schools||1|
|EDCI 422||Socio-Economic Diversity in Rural Schools||1|
|EDCI 424||Universal Design in Learning||1|
|EDCI 426||Working with Native American Students and Communities||1|
|Selected Emphasis Electives|
|Select two courses from the following:||6|
|Gender and Communication|
|Educating for Exceptionalities|
|Teaching Culturally Diverse Learners|
|Introduction to Inequity and Justice|
|Economic (In)Justice in the United States|
|Sociology of Gender|
|Racial and Ethnic Relations|
|Psychology of Women|
|Studies in Theatre, Gender, and Sexuality|
|Theatre and Film of the Holocaust|
|Theatre for Social Change|
|Race and Ethnicity through the Ages|
|African American Literature|
|Language and Culture|
|Inequalities in the Justice System|
|Environmental Sociology and Globalization|
|Introduction to ENL|
Courses to total 12 credits for this academic certificate
Learn and Integrate: Students will be able to report on the additional barriers underserved communities face in education. They will also be able to apply practical solutions to better serve these student groups
Think and create: Students will be able to design course pedagogy to meet the needs of all students, including those from historically marginalized populations.
Communicate: Students will be able to communicate effectively about topics related to diversity and with diverse communities through oral, written, and visual formats.
Clarify purpose and perspective: Students will be able to explain their own positionality given socio-political-historical processes. They will be able to use this knowledge to better inform their work as educators.
Practice Citizenship: Students will be able to explain the historical contexts that have given rise to our current inequality and design their courses in ways that benefit all students.