EELB 230 Syllabus


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CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY San Bernardino College of Education EELB 230-40 Introduction to Education – 4 units Instructor:   Dr. Laura Ashcroft Home Telephone: 760-340-4291 Home Email: University Email: Year/Quarter: Winter 2011 Time/days/location: Thurs. 5-8:50 PDC IW 207 Transforming the Lives of Individuals, Families and Communities  through Education and Human Services The  Mission  of the College of Education at California State University, San  Bernardino is to prepare education and human service professionals for lives of  leadership, service and continual growth through the development of curriculum  and programs that transform individuals and the community.  Our  core beliefs  in  the dignity and inherent worth of all people,  diversity and multiple perspectives as essential, treasured assets, a collaborative teaching/learning community, the crucial leadership role of education professionals in promoting positive  social change, fostering human development, achieving social justice, and  promoting human rights form the foundation for our work. In collaboration  with university and P-12 colleagues, clients, students, alumni and the  community-at-large, we apply our values and beliefs in responding to  evolving needs and priorities in the schools, agencies and communities of  the region we serve. As outlined in our  Conceptual Framework , we accomplish our mission through  our personal and professional commitment to practice the following behaviors,  which we model for and encourage in our students: develop and maintain knowledge, skills and expertise in our fields through  1
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scholarship and reflection; behave ethically, responsibly and professionally; comprehend the specific contexts experienced by our students and use  that understanding to make instructional decisions; respect the experiences of various groups with whom we interact and  make concerted efforts to incorporate knowledge of and sensitivity to  those experiences in (a) professional decisions and (b) interactions with  students, colleagues and members of the broader community; reflect on the outcomes of our actions and make adaptations as  necessary. Adopted by the College faculty and staff and approved by Dean Patricia  Arlin, April 22, 2008 It is the mission of the Multiple Subject Credential Program to educate future  teachers for California's schools.  Program coursework is structured to promote  reflective practice as credential candidates strive to understand the relationship  of educational theory to the development of the individual learner, issues of 
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2011 for the course EELB 230 taught by Professor Ascroft during the Spring '11 term at CSU San Bernardino.

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