EDUC 0325 - Practices of Critical Multicultural Education

Credits: 3

The course provides advanced study in the theory of curriculum development and classroom practice of Critical Multicultural Education, and intersectional theories of oppression. Students learn and apply critical theories and pedagogies, including culturally relevant literature and use of counternarrative texts. In this course, students will explore PreK-12 curriculum resources that address issues of social justice with learners of all ages and backgrounds. Culturally relevant pedagogy and anti-oppression practices are emphasized in this course to align with the department's commitment to Social Justice, Critical Engagement with Diversity, and Reflective Practice.

Prerequisites: EDUC 0215  and EDUC 0319 .

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