Fall 2022 Calendar

One
Aug 30/Sept 1
Two
Sept 6/8
Three
Sept 13/15
Four
Sept 20/22
Five
Sept 27/29
Six
Oct 4/6
Seven
Oct 11/13
Eight
Oct 18/20
Nine
Oct 25/27
Ten
Nov 1/3
Eleven
Nov 8/10
Twelve
Nov 15/17
Thirteen
Nov 29/Dec 1
Fourteen
Dec 6/8
Fifteen
Dec 15

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Week One August 30 and September 1

Tuesday | Introductions

Introductions: 

  • Me &
  • You 
  • School & Society, Course Introduction
    • What are schools for?
    • About education, what is happening in this present moment?
    • An educational history of the present
      • historical
      • political
      • socio-cultural
      • economic
      • philosophical

Course Website & Syllabus

Workshop: Building your ED253 Weblog


Thursday | Introductions

Assignment Due | Introductory BlogPost Friday 2 September

Noteworthy |

Your Learning Circle

Building your ED253 Weblog & BlogPost I Class Survey

Learning Experiences, Current Connections, and an initial meeting

Overview Reading for next Tuesday | Hinchey, P. and P. Konkol (2018). Getting to where we meant to be : working toward the educational world we imagine/d. Chapter 2: What Are Schools For, Anyway?

CSSA  Center for Service and Social Action. Enroll as a service participant and register for a course-approved service activity through CSSA’s registration website:  http://jcu.givepulse.com using your JCU credentials to log in.  Our course page is found here https://givepul.se/7dueej.

Installing Poll Everywhere for Google Slides

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Week Two September 6 and 8

Tuesday   

Assignment Due Dates |

  • Learning Experience BlogPosts are due at midnight on the Friday following classroom learning experiences.
  • Current Connection BlogPosts are due at midnight on the Tuesday following classroom discussions. 

Reading: Hinchey, P. and P. Konkol (2018). Getting to where we meant to be : working toward the educational world we imagine/d.Chapter 2: What Are Schools For, Anyway? Gorham, Maine : Myers Education Press. pp. 20-51.

Noteworthy | 

Learning Experience Meeting (for next week) Learning Circle One | Greene, M. (2018/1978). Wide-awakeness and the moral life.

Discussion | What is a Learning Circle?

  • intentional community
  • pedagogy of MIND, not mIND
  • Mentoring
  • lesson planning
  • conceptual understanding

Discussion | BlogPost I Class Survey Question 4: What are you into; what makes you special? Share a few “unique” aspects about yourself that would help our classroom community get to know you a bit more. Are you on an athletic team? Sing in the choir?  Are you trying out for a play? Painting? What are you planning on doing this semester in your life that is noteworthy?

Learning Experience: Hinchey & Konkol | What are Schools for Anyways?


Thursday  

Assignment Due Dates |

  • Learning Experience BlogPosts are due at midnight on the Friday following classroom learning experiences.
  • Current Connection BlogPosts are due at midnight on the Tuesday following classroom discussions. 

Noteworthy |

Blog Post 1, ED253 Introductions

What are Schools for Anyways?

Learning Experiences, Current Connections, and other significant course projects

Learning Experience (cont.) | Hinchey & Konkol | What are Schools for Anyways?

Current Connections | Hinchey, P. and P. Konkol (2018). 

Overview Reading | Greene, M. (2018/1978). Wide-awakeness and the moral life.

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Week Three September 13 and 15

Tuesday                                

Reading: Greene, M. (2018/1978). Wide-awakeness and the moral life. In A. R. Sadovnik, P. W. Cookson Jr., S. F. Semel, & R. W. Coughlan (Eds.), Exploring education: An introduction to the foundations of education (5th ed., pp. 218-224). New York, NY: Routledge.

Noteworthy | Arrange a time to meet with me with your Learning Circle well in advance of your learning experience 

Course Introductions

  • How are you? What about your JCU experience so far? Support needed? Support to offer? Resources to suggest?
  • What must be in place for you to feel comfortable taking intellectual and creative risks in a course such as this one?
  • W.A.I.T and radical listening…

Discussion and Lecture | Microaggressions

Service Learning Update LC |

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle One | Greene, M. (2018/1978). Wide-awakeness and the moral life. In A. R. Sadovnik, P. W. Cookson Jr., S. F. Semel, & R. W. Coughlan (Eds.), Exploring education: An introduction to the foundations of education (5th ed., pp. 218-224). New York, NY: Routledge.


Thursday

Noteworthy

  • THE interview
  • Notes on Assignments
  • Reading for next week | Janak, Edward 2019.  Education in the Progressive Period (ca. 1890s–1920s). pp. 43-63.
  • Arrange a time to meet with me with your Learning Circle well in advance of your learning experience 

Discussion and Lecture | Microaggressions (cont.)

Current Connections –> Learning Circle Three | Greene, M. (2018/1978). Wide-awakeness and the moral life. In A. R. Sadovnik, P. W. Cookson Jr., S. F. Semel, & R. W. Coughlan (Eds.), Exploring education: An introduction to the foundations of education (5th ed., pp. 218-224). New York, NY: Routledge.

Overview Discussion | Janak, Edward 2019.  Education in the Progressive Period (ca. 1890s–1920s). pp. 43-63.

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Week Four September 20 and 22

Tuesday

Reading: 

Noteworthy | CSSA issues such as attendance

Service and Service Learning | Reflections on your Service Learning Experiences

Learning Experience –> LC Two | Janak, Edward 2019. Education in the Progressive Period (ca. 1890s–1920s). pp. 43-63.


Thursday                             

Noteworthy

  • Current Connection | BlogPosts are due at midnight on the Tuesday following classroom discussions.
  • Learning Experience | BlogPost summaries are due at midnight on the Friday following classroom learning experiences.
  • LC3, let’s find a time to meet to discuss Blakely and next week’s learning experience

Current Connections –> Learning Circle Four | Janak, Edward 2019. Education in the Progressive Period (ca. 1890s–1920s). pp. 43-63.

Overview Reading | Spring, Joel 2013. Chapter 2: Native Americans: Deculturalization. Schooling, and Globalization. New York: McGraw Hill.pp. 21-40.

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Week Five September 27 and 29

Tuesday                                

Reading: Spring, Joel 2013. Chapter 2: Native Americans: Deculturalization. Schooling, and Globalization. New York: McGraw Hill.pp. 21-40.

Noteworthy |

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle Three | Spring, Joel 2013. Chapter 2: Native Americans: Deculturalization. Schooling, and Globalization. New York: McGraw Hill.pp. 21-40.

Service Learning Update  


Thursday

Reading: Spring, Joel 2013. Chapter 2: Native Americans: Deculturalization. Schooling, and Globalization. New York: McGraw Hill.pp. 21-40.

Noteworthy |

Current Connections –> Spring, Joel 2013. Chapter 2: Native Americans: Deculturalization. Schooling, and Globalization. New York: McGraw Hill.pp. 21-40.

Overview Reading |

Overview Reading |  Bigelow, B. (2008) Introduction: A People’s History, A People’s Pedagogy, pp. 1-20. A People’s History for the Classroom. Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools.

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Week Six October 4 and 6

Tuesday                                

Reading | Bigelow, B. (2008) Introduction: A People’s History, A People’s Pedagogy, pp. 1-20. A People’s History for the Classroom. Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools.

Noteworthy

Learning Experience BlogPost summaries | due at midnight on the Friday following classroom learning experiences.

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle Four | Bigelow, B. (2008) Introduction: A People’s History, A People’s Pedagogy, pp. 1-20. A People’s History for the Classroom. Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools.

Service Learning |


Thursday

Reading | Bigelow, B. (2008) Introduction: A People’s History, A People’s Pedagogy, pp. 1-20. A People’s History for the Classroom. Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools.

Noteworthy |

Current Connections –> Learning Circle two | Bigelow, B. (2008) Introduction: A People’s History, A People’s Pedagogy, pp. 1-20. A People’s History for the Classroom. Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools.

Overview Reading | Overview Reading | Stancil, W. 2018. The Radical Supreme Court Decision That America Forgot. The Atlantic. 29 May 2018.

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Week Seven October 11 and 13

Tuesday                                

Reading | Stancil, W. 2018. The Radical Supreme Court Decision That America Forgot. The Atlantic. 29 May 2018.

Noteworthy | The difficulties of talking about race | class resentment, socialized racism, fear of saying the wrong thing, silence as privilege, and responsibility not guilt.

History of the Present Timeline Project |

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle One | Stancil, W. 2018. The Radical Supreme Court Decision That America Forgot. The Atlantic. 29 May 2018.


Thursday

Noteworthy

Thoughts about Learning Experiences

Current Connections –> Learning Circle Three | Stancil, W. 2018. The Radical Supreme Court Decision That America Forgot. The Atlantic. 29 May 2018.

Overview Reading | Cheuk, T., & Quinn, R. (2018). Dismantling the Wall between Church and State: The Case of Public Education. Phi Delta Kappan100(3), 24–28.

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Week Eight October 18 and 20

Tuesday                                

Reading | Cheuk, T., & Quinn, R. (2018). Dismantling the Wall between Church and State: The Case of Public Education. Phi Delta Kappan100(3), 24–28.

Noteworthy |

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle Two | Cheuk, T., & Quinn, R. (2018). Dismantling the Wall between Church and State: The Case of Public Education. Phi Delta Kappan100(3), 24–28.


Thursday

Noteworthy

Commend your poise and courage and efforts to build community and to explore the meaning of justice in education.

Current Connections –> Learning Circle Four | Cheuk, T., & Quinn, R. (2018). Dismantling the Wall between Church and State: The Case of Public Education. Phi Delta Kappan100(3), 24–28.

Overview Reading for next week | Blakely, J. 2017, 17 April. How School Choice Turns Education into a Commodity. The Atlantic.

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Week Nine October 25 and 27

Tuesday                                

Noteworthy |  Service Learning Essay is Due in Class 29 March (a week from today)                   

Reading | Freire, P. (2013/1972). The banking concept of education.  (3rd ed., pp. 103-115). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Service Learning Update | LCs and a writing workshop 

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle Three | Freire, P. (2013/1972). The banking concept of education.  (3rd ed., pp. 103-115). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.


Thursday

Noteworthy | Service Learning Essay is Due in Class 29 March (next Tuesday)

Current Connections –> Learning Circle One | Freire, P. (2013/1972). The banking concept of education.  (3rd ed., pp. 103-115). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Overview Reading | Koretz 2017 Test Prep: pretending to make schools better.

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Week Ten November 1 and 3

Tuesday   

 Service Learning Essay is Due in Class                         

Reading | Koretz 2017 Test Prep: pretending to make schools better. 

Noteworthy |

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle Four | Koretz 2017 Test Prep: pretending to make schools better. 


Thursday

Noteworthy |

Current Connections –> Learning Circle Two  |  Koretz 2017 Test Prep: pretending to make schools better. 

Overview Reading | Paulo Freire, P. (2013/1972). The banking concept of education


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Week Eleven November 8 and 10

Tuesday

Reading | Freire, P. (2013/1972). The banking concept of education. In A. S. Canestrari & B. A. Marlowe (Eds.), Education foundations: An anthology of critical readings (3rd ed., pp. 103-115). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Noteworthy | Assessment

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle One | Freire, P. (2013/1972). The banking concept of education. In A. S. Canestrari & B. A. Marlowe (Eds.), Education foundations: An anthology of critical readings (3rd ed., pp. 103-115). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

History of the Present Timeline Discussion


Thursday

Reading | Freire, P. (2013/1972). The banking concept of education. In A. S. Canestrari & B. A. Marlowe (Eds.), Education foundations: An anthology of critical readings (3rd ed., pp. 103-115). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Noteworthy |

Current Connections –> Learning Circle Three | Freire, P. (2013/1972). The banking concept of education. In A. S. Canestrari & B. A. Marlowe (Eds.), Education foundations: An anthology of critical readings (3rd ed., pp. 103-115). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Overview Reading | Ladson-Billings, G. (2016/1995). But that’s just good teaching! The case for culturally relevant pedagogy.

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Week Twelve November 15 and 17

Tuesday

Noteworthy | 

  • Previously incomplete assignments are due on the last day of classes, 8 December 2022
  • Final Exam Thursday, December 15, 2022 4:00pm-5:50pm

Discussion and Overview II | the History of the Present final project

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle Two |  Ladson-Billings, G. (2016/1995). But that’s just good teaching! The case for culturally relevant pedagogy.


Thursday

Noteworthy | 

  • Previously incomplete assignments are due on the last day of classes, 5 May 2022
  • Final Exam Thursday, December 15, 2022 4:00pm-5:50pm

Reading | 

History of the Present Timeline Discussion

Current Connections –> Learning Circle Four |  Ladson-Billings, G. (2016/1995). But that’s just good teaching! The case for culturally relevant pedagogy.(1), 15–24.

Overview Reading | Meyer (2007) What Straight Teachers Need to Know about Queer Theory.


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Week Thirteen November 29 and December 1

Tuesday                                

Reading | Meyer (2007) What Straight Teachers Need to Know about Queer Theory.

Noteworthy | Final Exam Tuesday, May 10, 2022 1:00pm-2:50pm

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle Three | Meyer (2007) What Straight Teachers Need to Know about Queer Theory.

History of the Present Timeline Discussion 


Thursday

Noteworthy Final Exam Thursday, December 15 4pm

History of the Present Timeline Discussion 

Current Connections –> Learning Circle One | Meyer (2007) What Straight Teachers Need to Know about Queer Theory.

Overview Reading | Malone, H. (2020). Community schools: bridging educational change through partnerships. Journal of Educational Change21(3), 487–497.

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Week Fourteen December 6 and 8

Tuesday

Reading | Malone, H. (2020). Community schools: bridging educational change through partnerships. Journal of Educational Change21(3), 487–497.

Noteworthy | Final Exam Thursday, December 15 4pm

Learning Experience –> Learning Circle Four | Malone, H. (2020). Community schools: bridging educational change through partnerships. Journal of Educational Change21(3), 487–497.

History of the Present Timeline Discussion 


Thursday

Noteworthy | Final Exam Thursday, December 15 2022 4:00pm-5:50pm

Reading | Malone, H. (2020). Community schools: bridging educational change through partnerships. Journal of Educational Change21(3), 487–497.

Current Connections –> Learning Circle Two | Malone, H. (2020). Community schools: bridging educational change through partnerships. Journal of Educational Change21(3), 487–497.

History of the Present Timeline Discussion 


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Week Fifteen December 15 Thursday Final 4pm

Final Exam Schedule

Final Exam Thursday, December 15, 2022 — 4:00pm-5:50pm

Assignment Due | History of the Present Timeline

ED253 | A Retrospective

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