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Summer 2021 Course Offerings

Summer Session A: May 26 - July 2

Many courses in the department are limited to students enrolled in one of our degree programs. The following are open to all students. (Some may require instructor permission). See SIS for course meeting time information.

Course Course Title Instructor Modality
ED 128-A The Foundations of Literacy Dana Simpson Virtual
ED 130-A Human Development & Learning Erin Seaton Virtual
ED 184-A Geography Curriculum Jeff Shea In-Person
ED 191-AF Creating Inclusive Learning Spaces Noelle Roop Virtual

Summer Session A courses for Education degree students

Below are the courses offered for students enrolled in a degree program in the Department of Education. Select courses below may allow enrollment by consent. See notes in descriptions.

Course Course Title Instructor Modality
ED 244-A Assessment & Intervention for Learning Problems in the Classroom Noelle Roop Hybrid
ED 252-A/AB Group Dynamics Denise Carver In-Person
ED 253-A Biological Bases of Behavior & Learning in Educational Settings Silas Pinto Virtual
ED 284-C (12 weeks) Museum Practicum Cara Iacobucci Virtual
ED 287-A Museum Evaluation Joy Kubarek Virtual
ED 295-A Thesis Various Faculty  
ED 297-A Doctoral Dissertation Various Faculty  
ED 402-FT Masters Continuation FT    
ED 405-A Grad Teaching Assistant    
ED 406-RA Grad Research Assistant    
ED 502-FT Doctoral Continuation FT    
EDO 230-A Human Development and Learning Erin Seaton Virtual
EDS 271-A Innovative Methods for PreK-8 Kay Furst Virtual
EDS 272-A Innovative Methods for 5-12 Kay Furst Virtual

Summer Session B: July 6 - August 13

Many courses in the department are limited to students enrolled in one of our degree programs. The following are open to all students. (Some may require instructor permission.) See SIS for course meeting time information. 

Course Course Title Instructor Modality
ED 130-B Human Development and Learning Erin Seaton Virtual
ED 142-B Education of the Exceptional Child Erin Seaton Virtual
ED 162-B Critical History of U.S. Education John Perella Hybrid
ED 183-B Grammar and Writing for Teachers Dana Simpson Virtual

Summer Session B courses for Education degree students

Below are the courses offered for students enrolled in a degree program in the Department of Education. Select courses below may allow enrollment by consent. See notes in descriptions.

Course Course Title Instructor Modality
ED 274-B Methods of School Psych Research Silas Pinto Virtual
ED 295-B Thesis Various Faculty  
ED 297-B Doctoral Dissertation Various Faculty  
ED 405-B Graduate Teaching Assistant    
EDO 242-B Education of the Exceptional Child Erin Seaton Virtual
EDS 270-B Art Ed Design for Except Child Kay Furst Virtual

 

For registration and course related questions, please contact:

April Bergeron
Staff Assistant