SESP 351 Special Topics: Youth Education and Community Organizing

This course will introduce students to youth participatory action research, community-based design research, and research practice partnerships as approaches that bring research into critical praxis with communities. Students will examine how identity, power, and culture shape the research process  and policies to (re)produce knowledge, engage ethical dimensions, and contribute to liberatory education. 

This course engages the following central questions:

Fall 2023/24

LRN_SCI 451: Explorations in Educational Philosophies 

The purpose of this seminar is for graduate students to develop their own personal educational philosophy. This will entail reading existing work related to educational philosophy, both academic and not, but the ultimate goal is for students to develop their own current educational philosophy, not just learn about the philosophies of others. This seminar is designed by graduate students for graduate students, and the design is flexible to allow participants to shape it according to what will be most helpful for them. 

Co-Instructor: Jacob Z. Kelter

Fall & Winter 2020/21