Diversity in Schools, Homes, and Communities

EDUC 350. Diversity in Schools, Homes, and Communities, 2 hours, Fall, Spring Explores diversity in contemporary society and the implications of it for today’s student population, schools and classroom teachers. Exploration of the relationships between students, schools, homes and communities will include the examination of value systems, communication strategies, roles of government, and power structures. A particular focus will be on meeting the needs of all learners through collaboration with other professionals including school administrators, school counselors and social workers, special educators, general educators, occupational, speech, and physical therapists, and other members of the medical profession. (From Carson Newman’s Undergraduate Catalog)