EDE 502 Foundations of Education and Community Engagement
EDE 502 Foundations of Education and Community Engagement 3
The course explores the philosophical foundations and critical issues related to education, faith/world view and the education profession, certification in Washington and the dispositions of successful practitioners as identified by the Whitworth School of Education conceptual framework. It also provides an introduction to educational opportunities in community organizations including museums, art, music or theatre groups, youth organizations and science centers. Students complete a service learning experience, either in a K-12 classroom or education-related community organization. Cross listed with EDE 302.
EDS 502 Sign Language and the Deaf II
EDS 502 Sign Language and the Deaf II 4
Advanced study of American Sign Language and the culture of the deaf. Expansion and improvement of manual communication skills, translating or interpreting abilities, and development of mental- processing techniques for comprehending the meaning of unfamiliar signs. Overview of educational aspects of deaf culture and sign language. Also listed as ASL 102. (Students must register for a graduate-level course and complete an extra project if in a graduate program). Prerequisite: EDS 501.