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    K-State Undergraduate Catalog 2000-2002
     

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    Foundations and Adult Education

    Robert C. Newhouse,* Interim Chair

    Professors Byrne,* Litz,* Parish,* Oaklief,* Rankin,* Spikes,* and Wright;* Associate Professors Griffith,* Knupfer,* McGrath, * Polson,* and Spears;* Assistant Professors Fishback,* Ross,* Slusarski,* and Stoney;* Other: Abbott; Emeritus: Boyer, Hausmann, Littrell, Meisner, and Price.

    www.educ.ksu.edu/Departments/AdultEd/overview.html

    Adult and continuing education courses
    EDACE 318. Adult and Continuing Education Colloquium. (Var.) On sufficient demand. Discussion, assigned readings, and lectures over selected trends, developments, and problems which are peculiar to the overall field of adult and continuing education. Students are encouraged to engage in self-study concerning their place in the profession of adult and continuing education. No more than 6 hours may apply to a degree.

    Undergraduate and graduate credit in minor field
    EDACE 502. Independent Study in Education. (1-3) I, II. Selected topics in professional education. Maximum of 3 hours applicable toward degree requirements. Pr.: Consent of department head.

    Undergraduate and graduate credit
    EDACE 704. Extension Organization and Programs. (3) I, S. Development and objectives of Cooperative Extension and other university adult education programs; with emphasis on programs and procedures. Cross-listed as EDSEC/EDACE 704. Pr.: Consent of instructor.

    EDACE 706. Principles of Teaching Adults in Extension. (3) II, S. Methods and principles of adult teaching, with emphasis on Cooperative Extension Service; application to various adult education programs. Cross-listed as EDSEC/EDACE 706. Pr.: Senior standing, juniors by consent of instructor.

    EDACE 713. Occupational Analysis. (2-3) I, II, S. An introduction to various techniques used in analyzing occupations and jobs. Emphasis on developing and organizing related instructional materials and content. Cross-listed with EDACE/EDSEC 713. Pr. or conc.: EDSEC 620.

    EDACE 714. International Education. (3) On sufficient demand. Contemporary overview of the field of international education and an introduction to three of its parts: comparative education, intercultural education, and development education. Pr.: PSYCH 110.

    EDACE 725. Adult Basic Education Techniques. (3) On sufficient demand. Emphasis on providing students with an understanding of the selection, utilization, and development of adult basic education reference, resources, and other materials. Pr.: FSHS 110.

    EDACE 733 and 738. Practica in Adult Education. (1-6) On sufficient demand. Related occupational or professional experiences in approved industry, school, Cooperative Extension Service, or similar agency setting under faculty supervision. Pr.: Consent of instructor.

    EDACE 733. Adult Education.

    EDACE 738. Occupations in Business and Industry.

    EDACE 739. Coordination of Cooperative Vocational Education. (2-3) I, II, S. Emphasis on the legal aspects and other minimum requirements essential to conducting cooperative vocational education programs at the secondary and postsecondary levels. Pr. or conc.: EDSEC 620.

    EDACE 750. Women, Education, and Work. (2-3) II, S. Emphasizes the collective and individual educational needs of women in and out of the work force and the part that occupational/educational preparation contributes to their participation in the work force. Pr.: SOCIO 211 or equiv.

    EDACE 753. Introduction to Occupational Education. (3) I, II, S. Overview of occupational education at all levels and its role in society. Designed for administrators, counselors, and vocational educators who perform a leadership function involving occupational education programs. Pr.: Teaching experience or consent of instructor.

    EDACE 754. Adult Basic Education. (3) On sufficient demand. Evolving adult basic and high school equivalency education concepts will be examined. Program implementation, supervision, methods, and materials are emphasized. Pr.: Adult teaching experience or consent of instructor.

    EDACE 775. Readings in Adult Education. (1-3) I, II, S. Readings in research and application in specialized areas in education. May be taken more than once. Pr.: FSHS 110. No more than 3 hours may apply to a graduate degree.

    EDACE 780. Introduction to Adult Education. (3) I, II, S. A survey of adult education. Consideration given to articulation with other levels of education. Identification of changing needs within the field are reviewed. Pr.: Consent of instructor.

    EDACE 782. Educational Gerontology. (3) On sufficient demand. For both the practitioner and those interested in educational gerontology as a field of inquiry, this course will combine practice and theory. It will examine education for and about aging, with particular reference to the role, needs, and ability of persons in the later years as learners. Stressing current trends and prospective new developments in the field, it will include a review of present programs and discussion of the teaching-learning process for older adults. Pr.: EDACE 780.

    EDACE 786. Topics in Adult Education. (1-3) I, II, S. Examination of current topic in area of specialization of faculty. Varied topics offered each semester so course may be repeated. Pr.: FSHS 110.

    EDACE 790. Characteristics of the Adult Learner. (3) II, S. For teachers and administrators in adult and occupational programs who need a familiarity with the major characteristics of adulthood which affect the adult as a learner. Includes an examination of early, middle, and late adulthood. Pr.: EDACE 780 or FSHS 110 or PSYCH 110.

    EDACE 791. Career Education. (2-4) On sufficient demand. Emphasis on providing for prevocational and adult experiences including orientation and exploratory and applied experiences in school and nonschool situations. Cross-listed with EDACE/EDSEC 791. Pr.: Teaching experience or consent of instructor.

    EDACE 792. Hospital and Industry Adult Education. (3) On sufficient demand. An introduction to principles, roles, organization, procedures, and problems of adult education in hospitals, industry, and related agencies.

    EDACE 795. Problems in Adult and Continuing Education. (Var.) I, II, S. Independent study of specific problems in the areas of adult or occupational education.

    Curriculum, instruction, and policy courses
    EDCIP 310. Foundations of Education. (2-3) I, II, S. For prospective teachers. The philosophical, historical, sociological, and political influences on education as they relate to and explain contemporary issues in education in the United States. Pr.: Junior standing and admission to teacher education.

    EDCIP 455. Teaching in a Multicultural Society. (1) I, II. Application of multicultural understandings to teach- ing in a multicultural society. Strategies for working effectively with students to achieve educational equity. Pr.: EDSEP 315, EDSP 323, and EDSEC 376. Simultaneous enrollment required for EDSEC 477, 500, 520, and EDCEP 525, and EDCIP 455.

    EDCIP 502. Independent Study in Education. (1-3) I, II, S. Selected topics in professional education. Maximum of 3 hours applicable toward degree requirements. Pr.: Consent of department head.

    EDCIP 611. Educational Sociology. (3) I, II, S. A study to gain an understanding of the ways in which the school can effectively use the social process in developing and educating the individual and to show the interrelationships of such institutions as the family, the church, the playgrounds, and the various youth-serving agencies with the school. Pr.: Senior standing.

    EDCIP 704. Extra-Class Activities. (3) On sufficient demand. Organization, sponsorship, and objectives of clubs, publications, athletics, dramatics, musical organizations, assemblies, home room, and student council in junior and senior high schools. Pr.: Senior standing or consent of instructor.

    EDCIP 706. Aerospace Education Workshop. (3) S. To provide elementary and secondary teachers with knowledge, skills, and attitudes about aerospace activities and the total impact of air and space vehicles upon society. Pr.: EDSEC 586 or teaching experience.

    EDCIP 721. Economic Education Workshop. (3) S. Basic economic concepts and how to integrate them into elementary and secondary curriculums and an examination of recent economic education materials. Pr.: Senior standing or higher.

    EDCIP 725. The Teacher and Child Abuse. (3) On sufficient demand. An exploration of child abuse and neglect with specific references to legal and moral responsibilities of teaching. Suggestions for detection, reporting, and responsive instruction for suspected cases of child abuse and neglect. Pr.: PSYCH 110 and junior standing.

    EDCIP 730. Education of the Disadvantaged. (3) On sufficient demand. Consideration of the life-space of the disadvantaged learner and its relationship to curriculum, organization, and interpersonal relationships in schools. The development of realistic, relevant goals for the teacher of the disadvantaged. Pr.: EDCIP 310 or 611.

    EDCIP 733. Curriculum Materials for Ethnic Diversity. (3) On sufficient demand. An examination and analysis of recent materials and practices of schools serving multiethnic student bodies, particularly minorities from disadvantaged backgrounds. Materials include any items used by the school in implementing the curriculum. Pr.: Senior standing or higher.

    EDCIP 735. Curriculum Materials for Nonsexist Teaching. (3) II, S. Analysis of recent materials from perspective of concern with their potential for sex-role stereotyping. Examination of teaching resource materials for curriculum intended to facilitate nonsexist teaching. Pr.: Junior standing or higher.

    EDCIP 737. Drug Abuse Education. (3) On sufficient demand. Emphasis on the development of effective drug abuse education programs with attention given to the role delineation for schools and teachers. Materials and procedures for developing values and attitudes in an education setting. Pr.: Senior standing.

    EDCIP 775. Readings in Education. (1-3) I, II, S. Readings in research and application in specialized areas in education. May be taken more than once. Pr.: FSHS 110.

    EDCIP 786. Topics in Education. (1-3) I, II, S. Examination of current topic in area of specialization of faculty. Varied topics offered each semester so course may be repeated. Pr.: FSHS 110.

    EDCIP 795. Problems in Education. (Var.) I, II, S. Independent study of a specific problem in curriculum or instruction. Pr.: Junior standing or higher.

    Topics within Education:
    dAdvising dSecondary Education Teaching Fields dEducational Administration and Leadership
    dUniversity General Education dOptional Secondary Certification Programs dElementary Education
    dHonors Program dOptional Secondary Certification Program at the Middle Level dFoundations and Adult Education
    dSupport Facilities and Programs dSecondary Education Programs Outside the College of Education dSecondary Education
    dTeacher Education dOther Program Choices dSpecial Education
    dElementary Education Program dGeneral Courses   
    dSecondary Education Program dCounseling and Educational Psychology   
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    Kansas State University
    November 10, 2000