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CNR | Graduate Studies Office

Physical Address:
975 W. 6th Street
Moscow, Idaho

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1142
Moscow, ID 83844-1142

Phone: 208-885-1009

Email: cnr-grad-studies@uidaho.edu

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Communication and Education Courses

Communication concepts and skills applied to relationship management; communication process, listening, self-disclosure, perception, conflict.

Semesters: Fall and Spring
CRN: 22611 (Fall) 51118 (Spring)
Credits: 3
Instructor: M. Marlow
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Survey of current theories and research on intercultural communication; development of critical thinking skills in regard to intercultural interaction and communication styles.

Semesters: Fall and Spring
CRN: 36448 (Fall) 61432 (Spring)
Credits: 3
Instructor: M. Marlow
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Theory and practice of effective persuasive techniques.

Semesters: Fall and Spring
CRN: 37005 (Fall) 72284 (Spring)
Credits: 3
Instructor: M. Marlow
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Principles of effective conflict management in various settings; emphasis on styles of conflict, power, goals, strategies and intervention techniques as well as negotiation in the conflict process.

Semesters: Fall and Spring
CRN: 34355 / 36356 (Fall) 65990 / 70693 (Spring)
Credits: 3
Instructor: A. Folwell and D. Carter
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Examines topics in measurement, geometry, and trigonometry and the way that grade 5-10 students develop an understanding of these ideas. Emphasis will be placed on recent and seminal research on learning and teaching geometry to develop mathematical practice as described in CCSS-M, especially for topics such as symmetry, congruence and similarity, right triangle trigonometry, transformations, unit, and partitioning of space. Particular emphasis will be placed on extended tasks that expose learners to investigation, conjecture, argumentation, and incorporating dynamic software. Does not count toward mathematics MAT or MS graduate programs.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 70074
Credits: 3
Instructor: D. Yopp
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In this course, students will learn how to incorporate students' diverse cultural backgrounds and language proficiency levels into instructional planning that aligns with the English Language Development Standards. Students will learn how to measure the level of English Language Proficiency, become familiar with the state English Language Proficiency assessment, and learn how to interpret data and explain the results of standardized assessments to students with limited English proficiency, the students' families, and to colleagues.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 71795/71796
Credits: 3
Instructor: J. Darragh
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Principles and problems of organization and administration of American education, including local, regional, and state systems.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 58762
Credits: 2-3
Instructor: S. Wargo
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Management skills, concepts, and information needed to administer a district-wide curriculum; audits and other evaluations as part of the curriculum or program development cycle; duties and responsibilities of curriculum developers from a standpoint of several possible roles and assignments; criteria and basic concepts for an audit, including essential curriculum management components, alignment, quality control, standards, and data sources.

Semesters: Fall
CRN: 26631
Credits: 3
Instructor: M. McConnell
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Writings that have influenced educational theory and practice.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 62422
Credits: 3
Instructor: M. McConnell
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Examination of information processing, social interaction, personal, and behavioral models of teaching; emphasis on practical implementation of these models in teaching situations.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 65340
Credits: 3
Instructor: R. McConnell
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This course explores the management skills, concepts, and information needed to administer a district-wide standards-based instructional and assessment program, with emphasis at the school principal level. This also includes the role of the administrator in supervising for change through the creation of an inclusive learning environment. The administrator’s responsibility in the auditing of content standards and corrective procedures based on assessment results will be covered in depth. The course will also include the various forms of standards-based assessment, both formative and summative, and how to lead organizations to align instruction with state assessments. Both the content and context of instruction and its effect on assessment results will be covered. The formal as well as the informal content of the instructional process and the leader’s responsibility to supervise for both is a critical component of creating inclusive learning environments. The effect of technology, articulation, and the role of the administrator in monitoring what is taught will be investigated as a means toward quality control.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 63818
Credits: 3
Instructor: P. Tenuto
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Ethical and legal principles undergirding schools in the U.S.; statutory and case laws focusing on Idaho and surrounding states.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 62461
Credits: 3
Instructor: E. Eberharter-Maki
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Students will examine relevant research and practical knowledge shared by the mathematics education community. Includes the examination of history, theoretical perspectives, student learning, and pedagogy.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 68203
Credits: 3
Instructor: J. Amador
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In this course, students will be introduced to the evolution, research, and current federal and state legal mandates of ENL education, the processes of language acquisition and development, and the role that culture plays in students' educational experiences. The students will begin to apply Language Acquisition Theory to their lesson planning, aligning their instruction to ELD and CCSSI.

Semesters: Fall
CRN: 39466
Credits: 3
Instructor: J. Darragh
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This course is designed to develop an understanding and application of teaching agriculture using the three-circle model. The course is taught using on-site clinical supervision, technical assistance, leadership, follow-up and support to beginning teachers of secondary agricultural education program.

Semesters: Fall
CRN: 17178
Credits: 1
Instructor: K. Smith
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Theory of and practical strategies for extending and reinforcing student learning of subject matter through reading and writing.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 65335
Credits: 3
Instructor: R. McConnell
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This course examines philosophical and theoretical frameworks, methodologies, strategies, techniques, and designs of educational research. The primary themes: (1) the integration of research with educational practices, (2) the role of diversity in the social/political context of research, and (3) the design and use of research in education.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 65373
Credits: 3
Instructor: J. Mahfouz
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Explorations of research foundations focused on developing skills in consuming, synthesizing and conduction research from contemporary and diverse perspectives.

Semesters: Fall and Spring
CRN: 33299 (Fall) 63465 (Spring)
Credits: 3
Instructor: J. Cannon
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Improvement of testing, examination, and evaluation in schools; practice in making, giving, scoring, and interpreting tests; use of results in counseling.

Semesters: Fall
CRN: 33510
Credits: 3
Instructor: R. McConnell
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Introduction to action research as a form of systematic applied inquiry conducted by professionals to gain insight, develop reflective perspective, effect change, enhance environment, and improve practice, pedagogy, learner/participant outcomes, policies/procedures. Goals of course include: understanding the theoretical foundations of practical and critical action research, self-study, and teacher research; examining the impact of action research on professional knowledge/actions/environment; exploring processes for identifying area of focus, generating data, analyzing and interpreting data, and developing an action plan for change.

Semesters: Spring
CRN: 72512
Credits: 3
Instructor: T. Dousay
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This course introduces students to basic media skills in photography, audio, video, microblogging, social media, content management, basic coding — and blog on a topic of their choice. Students also will explore and share their field experience through a variety of media, and will engage and examine social media uses for advertising, marketing and public relations outreach in natural resources.

Semesters: Summer
CRN: 84524
Credits: 3
Instructor: J. Barnes
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CNR

CNR | Graduate Studies Office

Physical Address:
975 W. 6th Street
Moscow, Idaho

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1142
Moscow, ID 83844-1142

Phone: 208-885-1009

Email: cnr-grad-studies@uidaho.edu

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