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ED/EDST 4998 6.00   Advanced Studies and Practices in Educational Development

Course Description:

Advanced Studies and Practices in Educational Development acts as capstone course for the Undergraduate Certificate in Educational Development and engages students in authentic educational development practice, as they identify educational support needs, design and deliver workshops to address those needs, evaluate the impact of their actions and reflect on their experiences to improve future practice. This is a practical course requiring students to work on their own and in teams, to lead and engage in workshops and events which require them to apply their learning throughout the Certificate program. As they hone their skills in workshop development and delivery the expand their knowledge of educational theories and practices by attending the workshops created by other students. This course is open to students enrolled on the Undergraduate Certificate in Educational Development. EDST 3500 and EDST 3510 should be taken before or at the same time as this course.

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Fall/Winter 2023-2024 Schedule

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