ED 672 - Case Study in Adult Education & Training
Under the tutelage of a mentor, the student will craft measurable objectives for this course. The student will complete a case study in an area of adult education or human resource training that has similarities to the identified project to be undertaken. The form and shape of this case study will be guided by the learner-developed objectives for this course and in consultation with the faculty mentor. The student will explore to what extent, if any, the guiding core value is evident in this case study. This case study must be completed in a technology or mixture of technologies [such as those discovered in ED 662] that are not the typical word-processed document. A final evaluation process using established procedures for this course will be utilized.
Prerequisites & Notes
ED 650, ED 654, ED 658, ED 662, and ED 668
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:
- Complete a case study of adult education or human resource training in an area of your choosing.
- Develop learner objectives relevant to understanding case study design and application in your own work environment.
- Identify to what extent the guiding core value is evident in the case study.
- Utilize technology to some degree in the design, execution, and report of the case study.
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