Subject: Educational Administration
Credit units: 3
Offered: Either Term 1 or Term 2
Weekly hours: 3 Lecture hours
College: Education
Department: Educational Administration


This course will investigate adults as learners in post-secondary educational institutions and discuss best methods to promote students' academic success. The scholarship of teaching and learning will be explored, including theories of student development, discussion of best practices for teaching adult learners, and descriptions of different learning styles. This exploration will involve a discussion of culturally responsive, Indigenous, and decolonizing pedagogies, and the unique needs of Indigenous students. Topics also include examining and critically analyzing teaching approaches, key components of course development based on best practice, student assessment and learning outcomes, academic integrity, and the use of technology for teaching and learning at post-secondary institutions, both in classroom and in online delivery formats.

Restriction(s): Students must be registered in the Certificate in Leadership in Post-Secondary Education.
Note: Students with credit for EADM 839 may not take this course for credit.

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