ED 696 - Critical Reflection of the Sebago Plan
The student will maintain a portfolio of work completed during the entire degree concentration with, at a minimum, a listing of the objectives of each course along with artifacts that show that those objectives where fulfilled. Using this portfolio, the student will complete a reflection on the following four components: 1) The student will reflect on the degree in which specific adult learning theories guided each course in this master’s degree concentration, 2) The student will reflect on the depth and breath of the developed AET project, 3) The student will reflect on the extent in which the master’s degree concentration objectives developed in ED 654 were met, and 4) The student will reflect on the degree in which the chosen guiding principle core value infused the individual courses in this master’s degree concentration as well as the developed project.
Prerequisites & Notes
This is a 15-week course. This course is available only to students in the M.S.E.d. Adult Education & Training concentration.
Assignments: 4 Units
Final Assessment: Final Project
Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to do the following:
- Given a variety of adult learning theories, assess the degree in which at least three adult learning theories guided coursework in the master’s degree program.
- Given a completed AET project, validate the depth and breadth of the AET project.
- Given a set of course objectives, determine the depth and breadth to which the objectives were met.
- Given a core value, illustrate the depth and breadth in which the core value infused course work and the AET project.
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