Education Courses | Boston University Summer Term

  • The History of Boston University

    SED AP 555

    How did Boston University evolve from a rural seminary to an elite research university? What implications could the study of BU history have on the practice of professional education? This course explores the intellectual and institutional changes that occasioned "the spectacular development" of BU and then uses this history as a reflexive tool. Students access archival materials, tour historic sites, and construct historical narratives. Students also reflect on both their experiences and the work of education to enhance future practice. Effective Summer 2020, this course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Historical Consciousness, The Individual in Community, Creativity/Innovation. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 25-June 29)

    A1 (IND) Mon./Wed. 4-7:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: CAS 306

    Daryl Healea

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  • Diversity and Justice in Education

    SED AP 600

    Studies how schools, colleges, and other education settings are affected by the growing pluralism of our society; the tension between respect for diversity and the maintenance of common purpose. Explores strategies of integration and separate development and of remediation and enrichment. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 10-June 27)

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Jerry Whitmore Jr.

    Online Course

    Online Elps Hea students have priority. Non-standard course dates

    Online Elps Hea students have priority. Non-standard course dates

    Summer 2
    (July 5-August 11)

    B1 (IND) Tues./Thurs. 6-9:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: PSY 212

    Ariel Tichnor-Wagner

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  • Student Affairs

    SED AP 622

    Online offering. Focuses on university divisions intentionally structured to shape students' character, to foster students' development, to provide services, and to educate students via various co-curricular and extra-curricular experiences. Develops a deep understanding of the history, philosophy, and mission of Student Affairs within the context of higher education. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 2
    (July 5-August 22)

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Jerry Whitmore Jr.

    Online Course

    Online Elps Hea students have priority. Non-standard course dates

    Online Elps Hea students have priority. Non-standard course dates

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  • Strategic Planning and Implementation

    SED AP 662

    Designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to lead or participate in strategic planning at the college/university, school, or school district level. Students study the entire strategic planning and implementation process, applying the concepts and skills learned to their own practice as aspiring or developing leaders. Through this course, students also gain knowledge of how these organizations assess their mission, goals, and operations and create change in complex environments. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-June 30)

    A1 (IND) Tues./Thurs. 6-9:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: PSY 212

    Laura De Veau

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  • Leadership Seminar: Cultivating a Leadership Disposition: Growth Mindset, Perseverance, and Cultural Responsiveness

    SED AP 705

    The first of three summer two-credit seminars, this course helps students develop the personal and professional dispositions they need in order to exercise effective leadership in school- and district-based settings. Through an examination of classic and current literature, students explore the ways in which research and practice interact and inform each other. Theoretical studies are analyzed from the perspective of practitioners in a variety of educational settings, focusing on their real-life application to the challenges and opportunities educational leaders face every day. Class discussions, small group work, guest speakers, case studies, and presentations afford students the occasion to engage scholarship in an active and practical manner. 2 cr. Tuition: $1510

    Summer 2
    (July 5-July 13)

    B1 (IND) Mon./Tues./Wed./Thurs./Fri. 9 am-12 noon Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: WED 406

    Ramon Gonzalez

    Open to Edd cohort only. Meets July 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13. Non-standard course dates

    Open to Edd cohort only. Meets July 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13. Non-standard course dates

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  • Leadership Seminar: Cultivating a Leadership Disposition III

    SED AP 707

    The third of three summer two-credit seminars, this course helps students develop the personal and professional dispositions they need in order to exercise effective leadership in school- and district-based settings. Through an exploration of current literature, and the translation of that literature into practice, students gain an understanding of the essential intersection of community collaboration and innovation. Every session features a case study that examines the relationship between collaborative leadership and innovation in our schools. 2 cr. Tuition: $1510

    Summer 2
    (July 5-July 13)

    B1 (IND) Mon./Tues./Wed./Thurs./Fri. 9 am-12 noon Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: HAR 326

    Jeffrey Young

    Open to Edd cohort only. Meets July 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13. Non- standard course dates

    Open to Edd cohort only. Meets July 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13. Non- standard course dates

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  • Innovation in Higher Education

    SED AP 730

    Grad Prereq: (SED AP 551 or SED AP 761). We live, study, and work in an era of upheaval in higher education. This seminar explores and assesses how innovation occurs through contemporary examples, cases, projects, and guest speakers. Students examine the influence of technology, public policy, and social change, and the role that faculty and administrators play in guiding change. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 25-June 29)

    A1 (IND) Mon./Wed. 6-9:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: SOC B59

    Harriette Scott

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  • School Improvement Science and Implementation

    SED AP 759

    Focuses on the heart of the educational enterprise: schools in which each and every student is intellectually and socially engaged, finds areas of interest and passion, feels known and cared for, and deserves a dignified next step. Students carefully examine ways in which collaboration–within schools and between practitioners, university researchers, and policy makers–becomes a fundamental school improvement strategy. Guided by the work of Anthony Bryk et al., Charles Kenney, and by the experience and reflections of successful and respected school and school district leaders, students study the relationship between practice, research, and policy. Emphasis is placed on collaborative problem-solving in "networked improvement communities." Students explore the history of education reform and how, too often, education reform fails to achieve its inspiring goals. Students work to create new knowledge that can interrupt the failure of school reform, particularly with students from low-income families. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 2
    (July 5-July 15)

    B1 (IND) Mon./Tues./Wed./Thurs./Fri. 1-5 pm Add & Drop Dates

    Thurs./Fri. 9 am-12 noon

    … Open Seats

    Location: WED 406

    Robert Weintraub

    Meets 1-5 pm on July 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13. Also meets 9 am-noon and 1-5 pm on July 14 and 15. Non-standard course dates

    Meets 1-5 pm on July 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13. Also meets 9 am-noon and 1-5 pm on July 14 and 15. Non-standard course dates

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  • Applied Positive Psychology

    SED CE 630

    Focuses on the scientific study of psychological aspects of living a fulfilling and flourishing life. Topics include happiness, empathy, optimism, friendship, goal setting, achievement, emotion, creativity, humor, and mindfulness. Students become familiar with theory and research in this relatively new subfield and critically consider application to their teaching, coaching, leadership, and/or counseling. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 25-June 29)

    A1 (IND) Mon./Wed. 6-9:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: EOP 258

    Petra Hesse

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  • Cross-Cultural Perspectives

    SED CE 741

    A historical, philosophical, and clinical examination of subcultural considerations in counseling psychology professional practice and inquiry. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-June 30)

    A1 (IND) Tues./Thurs. 1-4:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: WED 140

    Tanvi Shah

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  • Family & Community Engagement for Teachers

    SED CT 526

    Explores the ways that schools can work closely with families, communities, and community agencies to increase connections and mutual assistance. Consistent with DESE regulations, this course emphasizes collaborative relationships with families and with community partners such as youth-serving organizations, health and safety agencies, and other groups and businesses. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 25-June 29)

    A1 (IND) Mon./Wed. 6-9:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: PRB 148

    Susana Sinclair

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  • A Practical Approach to Classroom Management

    SED CT 534

    Designed to support middle and secondary teachers in developing a practical, effective, and low-stress approach to classroom management. Focuses on a classroom management system with four components: classroom structure, limit-setting, responsibility training, and back-up systems. Participants develop effective classroom management practices, break current "high cost" and ineffective strategies, and establish a proactive, positive classroom setting that maximizes time on learning and minimizes classroom disruptions. 2 cr. Tuition: $1510

    Summer 1
    (May 25-June 29)

    A1 (IND) Wed. 6-9:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: CAS B06A

    Elizabeth Hansel

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  • Classroom Assessment

    SED CT 556

    Online offering. Emphasizes principles and procedures of assessment that are of primary importance to educational practitioners. Includes diagnostic tests, construction of classroom tests, observation techniques, and performance measures; norm- and criterion-referenced assessment; uses of standardized tests, current issues, and controversies. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-July 1)

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Christina Dobbs

    Online Course

    Summer 2
    (July 5-August 12)

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Christina Dobbs

    Online Course

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  • Analysis and Design of Curriculum

    SED CT 721

    Provides knowledge and tools for developing and analyzing school curriculum. Suitable for students in curriculum, teaching, and administration as well as practicing educators. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-July 1)

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Catherine Ritz

    Online Course

    Meets online every Mon 7-8:30 pm Edt for a live class

    Meets online every Mon 7-8:30 pm Edt for a live class

    Summer 2
    (July 5-July 15)

    B1 (IND) Mon./Tues./Wed./Thurs./Fri. 1-5 pm Add & Drop Dates

    Thurs./Fri. 9 am-12 noon

    … Open Seats

    Location: KCB 102

    Michelle Herman

    Meets 1-5 pm on July 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13. Also meets 9 am-noon and 1-5 pm on July 14 and 15. Non-standard course dates

    Meets 1-5 pm on July 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13. Also meets 9 am-noon and 1-5 pm on July 14 and 15. Non-standard course dates

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  • American Sign Language I

    SED DE 381

    Introduces American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf Culture, focusing on frequently used signs, basic rules of grammar, non-manual aspects of ASL, introductory fingerspelling, and some cultural features of the Deaf community. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-June 30)

    A1 (IND) Tues./Thurs. 9 am-12:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: WED 208

    Franklin Jones

    Mts w/SED DE581

    Mts w/SED DE581

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  • American Sign Language II

    SED DE 382

    Prereq: (SED DE 381 or SED DE 581). This is the second level of American Sign Language (ASL). It is designed for the further development of students' proficiency in ASL, focusing on somewhat less frequently used signs, more complex lexical and grammatical structures, and more advanced conversational skills. Effective Fall 2019, this course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Individual in Community, Oral and/or Signed Communication. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 2
    (July 5-August 11)

    B1 (IND) Tues./Thurs. 9 am-12:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: WED 208

    Richard Shupert

    Mts w/SED DE582

    Mts w/SED DE582

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  • Teaching Deaf Literature and Visual Arts

    SED DE 551

    An applied course designed to highlight, review, and organize instructional practices as they apply to Deaf Literature and visual compositions. Students work to understand how ASL literature and visual arts can be integrated into a comprehensive approach to standards for composition and literature analysis. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-June 30)

    A1 (IND) Tues./Thurs. 3:30-7 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: COM 109

    Todd Czubek

    Open only to graduate-level students

    Open only to graduate-level students

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  • American Sign Language I

    SED DE 581

    Introduces American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf Culture, focusing on frequently used signs, basic rules of grammar, non-manual aspects of ASL, introductory fingerspelling, and some cultural features of the Deaf community. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-June 30)

    A1 (IND) Tues./Thurs. 9 am-12:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: WED 208

    Franklin Jones

    Mts w/SED DE381

    Mts w/SED DE381

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  • American Sign Language II

    SED DE 582

    Prereq: (SED DE 381 or SED DE 581). This is the second level of American Sign Language (ASL). It is designed for the further development of students' proficiency in ASL, focusing on somewhat less frequently used signs, more complex lexical and grammatical structures, and more advanced conversational skills. Effective Fall 2019, this course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Individual in Community, Oral and/or Signed Communication. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 2
    (July 5-August 11)

    B1 (IND) Tues./Thurs. 9 am-12:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: WED 208

    Richard Shupert

    Mts w/SED DE382

    Mts w/SED DE382

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  • Introduction to Adolescent Development

    SED DS 502

    Explores understandings of cognitive, social-emotional, and identity development during adolescence, as well as the role that educators can play in fostering the mindsets, skillsets, character strengths, and contexts that adolescents need to grow into healthy and high-performing adults. Effective Fall 2018, this course fulfills a single unit in the following BU Hub area: Social Inquiry I. 2 cr. Tuition: $1510

    Summer 2
    (July 6-August 10)

    B1 (IND) Mon. 6-9:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: CAS B06A

    Paul Thayer

    Note date of first class. Class begins on Friday, July 8 with a make up day and meets on Mondays thereafter through August 8

    Note date of first class. Class begins on Friday, July 8 with a make up day and meets on Mondays thereafter through August 8

    B2 (IND) Wed. 6-9:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: CAS 208

    Paul Thayer

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  • Reading Development, Assessment, and Instruction in the Elementary School

    SED LR 551

    For beginning graduate students without experience in the teaching of reading. Study of reading development in childhood and early adolescence, and the implications for teaching and learning. Discussion of theory and research on effective instruction and assessment, and the application of both to teaching. Not open to students who have completed SED LR 501 or SED LR 503. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-July 1)

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Andrea Bien

    Online Course

    Tfa student cohort has priority

    Tfa student cohort has priority

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  • Introduction to Language and Language Acquisition

    SED LS 560

    Restricted to juniors, seniors, and graduate students. Online offering. Introduces the main aspects of first language acquisition from infancy through childhood. Topic areas include phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, discourse-pragmatics, language variation, multilingualism, child-directed speech, cognitive development, and theories of language acquisition. Effective Fall 2020, this course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Scientific Inquiry I, Social Inquiry I, Critical Thinking. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 2
    (July 5-August 12)

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Mary Hughes

    Online Course

    Meets online every Tues & Thurs 6:30-8 pm Edt for a live class

    Meets online every Tues & Thurs 6:30-8 pm Edt for a live class

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  • Applied Linguistics: Language & Linguistics Survey

    SED LS 565

    An introduction to contemporary linguistics, including the study of language structure, language use and variation, and applied linguistics. Students explore the systematic yet complex nature of language by taking a scientific approach to thinking about language. The technical knowledge about language gained in this course will serve as a foundation for more advanced courses in linguistics and/or for any future language-related career. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-June 30)

    A1 (IND) Tues./Thurs. 1-4:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: KCB 103

    Marnie Reed

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  • Second Language Acquisition

    SED LS 658

    Online offering. An examination of approaches and major theories of second language acquisition (SLA). What can be observed about how people acquire a second language? How do the various SLA theories, models, and hypotheses explain each of these observations? How can an understanding of SLA theory inform language instruction? This course explores foundational theories and approaches in SLA, investigating contemporary thinking from a variety of perspectives. Students develop knowledge and ideas of how languages are acquired, based on empirical research. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 2
    (July 5-August 12)

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Yan Yan

    Online Course

    Meets online every Tues and Thurs 6:30-8:00pm Edt for a live class

    Meets online every Tues and Thurs 6:30-8:00pm Edt for a live class

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  • Classroom Discourse

    SED LS 690

    Online offering. Focuses on the role of discourse as a central component of teaching and learning, and develops strategies for building on students' linguistic and cultural backgrounds as learning assets in the learning process. Examines the types of instructional contexts, pedagogical approaches, and teacher talk moves that support productive instructional interactions and deepen students' conceptual understanding. Includes use of video recording and transcript analysis to reflect on teacher talk in lesson planning and implementation. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-July 1)

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Evelyn Ford-Connors

    Online Course

    Meets online every Tues 6-7:30 pm Edt for a required live class

    Meets online every Tues 6-7:30 pm Edt for a required live class

    O2 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Jennifer Bryson

    Online Course

    Meets online every Thur 6-7:30 pm Edt for a required live class

    Meets online every Thur 6-7:30 pm Edt for a required live class

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  • Mathematical Reasoning in the Elementary Grades: Number Systems

    SED ME 503

    Designed for students majoring in elementary education, special education, and Deaf education who are preparing to become teachers of children in grades 1-6. Topics include place value, whole numbers and operations, fractions, decimals, and elementary number theory. The emphasis is on exploring, explaining, and justifying mathematical ideas and connecting these ideas to the elementary classroom. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-July 1)

    O1 (LEC) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Rachel Starks

    Online Course

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  • Mathematical Reasoning in the Elementary Grades: Algebra, Geometry, Statistics

    SED ME 504

    Grad Prereq: (SED ME 503). Designed for students majoring in elementary education, special education, and Deaf education who are preparing to become teachers of children in grades 1-6. Topics include pre-algebra, proportional reasoning, geometry, measurement, and statistics. The emphasis is on exploring, explaining, and justifying mathematical ideas and connecting these ideas to the elementary classroom. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 2
    (July 5-August 12)

    O1 (LEC) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Julie Ward

    Online Course

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  • Problem Solving in Mathematics

    SED ME 563

    Explores the teaching and learning of mathematics through solving sets of challenging problems. Topics include research on problem solving and how its design and implementation can be supported in the classroom. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-July 1)

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Aaron Brakoniecki

    Online Course

    Summer 2
    (July 6-August 10)

    B1 (IND) Mon./Wed. 9 am-12:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: WED 408

    Samuel Cook

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  • Methods of Coaching

    SED PE 501

    Online offering. Principles and problems in coaching various individual and team sports. Theory and techniques in coaching including offensive and defensive strategy and scouting. Women's and men's sports. For further information, please call the Office of Distance Education at 617-358-1960. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 2
    (July 5-August 12)

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    John Shea

    Online Course

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  • Introduction to Science Education

    SED SC 575

    Provides an introduction to modern learning theory emphasizing inquiry learning in the classroom for science and engineering. The four-credit option includes a pre-practicum for pre-service teachers. Variable cr. Tuition: $755 per credit

    Summer 2
    (July 6-August 10)

    B1 (IND) Mon./Wed. 3-5 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: WED 309

    Peter Garik

    Permission Required

    Additional field hours to be scheduled

    Additional field hours to be scheduled

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  • Special Education: Curriculum and Instruction

    SED SE 510

    Designed to develop an understanding of the historical background and legal framework of special education, various disabilities (etiology, diagnostic criteria and process, and learner characteristics), and instructional practices and behavioral support strategies. For elementary and secondary content area teachers. 2 cr. Tuition: $1510

    Summer 1
    (May 24-July 1)

    A1 (IND) Thurs. 6-9:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: CAS 208

    Katherine Baulier

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Felicity Crawford

    Online Course

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  • Special Education: Students with Disabilities and the Law

    SED SE 512

    Prereq: (SED SE 250 or SED SE 706). Students develop an understanding of the core concepts of US public policy related to the provision of special education and related services to students with disabilities. Particular attention is paid to historical context and legal precedent. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 25-June 29)

    A1 (IND) Mon./Wed. 6-9:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: CAS 228

    James Labillois

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  • Classroom and Behavior Management

    SED SE 534

    Prereq: (SED SE 250 or SED SE 706). Designed to develop an understanding of strategies for effective behavior management of students with and without disabilities. Positive behavioral intervention and supports (PBIS) are used as the framework for school-wide, classroom, and individualized approaches to provide positive and pro-active supports. 2 cr. Tuition: $1510

    Summer 2
    (July 11-July 15)

    B1 (IND) Mon./Tues./Wed./Thurs./Fri. 9 am-1:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: KCB 103

    Nancy Harayama

    Non-standard course dates

    Non-standard course dates

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  • Understanding Autism

    SED SE 535

    Describes the defining characteristics, school experiences, and evidence-based practices for teaching and supporting individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Includes perspectives from individuals with ASD and their families. 2 cr. Tuition: $1510

    Summer 2
    (July 18-July 22)

    B1 (IND) Mon./Tues./Wed./Thurs./Fri. 9 am-1:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: KCB 103

    Nancy Harayama

    Non-standard course dates

    Non-standard course dates

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  • Assessment In Special Education: Procedures

    SED SE 751

    Prereq: (SED SE 706) or equivalent. Online offering. Designed to develop the knowledge/skills related to the assessment of students who are in or being referred to special education. Includes legal requirements, culturally-/linguistically-responsive practices, various assessments in multiple domains, and procedures for administering tests, scoring, interpreting, and reporting. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 2
    (July 5-August 12)

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    James Labillois

    Online Course

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  • Teaching Media Literacy

    SED SO 578

    Students investigate research in (and develop classroom lessons for) media literacy. Students deepen their understanding of journalism and "fake news" (in the digital age) and how various forms of media can protect or undermine democracy. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-June 30)

    A1 (IND) Tues./Thurs. 6-9:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: WED 406

    Robert Martinelle

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  • Teaching English Language Learners

    SED TL 520

    Focuses on current theory/research related to teaching English language learners and the implications for effective language, literacy, and content-area assessment and instructional practices in sheltered English immersion classrooms. For students seeking licensure in Early Childhood, Elementary, and Special Education. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-June 30)

    A1 (IND) Tues./Thurs. 6-9:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: CAS 228

    Jennifer Altavilla

    Restricted to BU licensure students

    Restricted to BU licensure students

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  • Teaching English Language Learners in Middle/High Schools

    SED TL 525

    Focuses on current theory/research related to teaching English language learners and the implications for effective language, literacy, and content-area assessment and instructional practices in Sheltered English Immersion (SEI) classrooms in middle/high schools. For students seeking licensure in the content areas at the 5-12 level. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 2
    (July 5-August 11)

    B1 (IND) Tues./Thurs. 6-9:30 pm Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Location: CAS 426

    Christina Dobbs

    Restricted to BU licensure students

    Restricted to BU licensure students

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  • Input & Interaction in the World Language Classroom

    SED WL 513

    Online offering. Focuses on developing and demonstrating two essential principles of foreign language teaching: using the target language and supporting learner interactions. Students develop lessons and complete micro-teachings. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 2
    (July 5-August 12)

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Diane Mehegan

    Online Course

    Meets online every Wed 7-8:30 pm Edt for a live class

    Meets online every Wed 7-8:30 pm Edt for a live class

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  • Inclusive Principles & Practices in World Language Education

    SED WL 514

    Online offering. Explores teaching for justice in world language education by developing intercultural citizenship and disrupting inequality. Policies of exclusion, barriers to access, and classroom practices are examined to support an inclusive classroom where all learners experience success. 4 cr. Tuition: $3020

    Summer 1
    (May 24-July 1)

    O1 (IND) Arranged Add & Drop Dates

    … Open Seats

    Catherine Ritz

    Online Course

    Meets online every Wed 7-8:30 pm Edt for a live class

    Meets online every Wed 7-8:30 pm Edt for a live class

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