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NOTE: 500 level courses require graduate standing

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Curriculum and Instruction

Location: 3145 EPASW; Phone: (312) 996-4532.

CI            402
         Reading and Writing in the Content Areas: Intermediate Literacy in Urban Classrooms
       3 hours.  Previously listed as ED 340. Prerequisite(s): CI 401 and junior standing or above and admission to the Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education program. Restricted to Education.    

     37971LCD09:00 AM-11:50 AMRWoodard, R 
     37972LCD01:00 PM-03:50 PMRSchutz, K 

CI            405
         Teaching and Learning Science in the Urban Elementary Classroom
       3 hours.  Previously listed as ED 343. Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or above; and consent of the instructor.    

     39856LCD09:00 AM-11:50 AMM22332ETMSWNishimura, M 
     39857LCD01:00 PM-03:50 PMM22332ETMSWNishimura, M 

CI            414
         Middle and High School Literacy
       3 hours.  Field work required. Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or above; and consent of the instructor.    

     28056LCD05:00 PM-08:00 PMR22352ETMSWPhillips, N 

CI            430
         Teaching Middle Grades Social Sciences: Content and Methods
       3 hours.  Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or above; or consent of the instructor. Restricted to students in the College of Education and Secondary History Education Program students in LAS. Restricted to Education or Liberal Arts & Sciences.    

     39219LCD05:00 PM-08:00 PMM 

CI            464
         Bilingualism and Literacy in a Second Language
       4 hours.  Field work required.    To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Lecture-Discussion and one Practice.

     28059PRAPARRANGED- 
     28058LCDAS05:00 PM-08:00 PMM 

CI            470
         Language, Culture, and Learning in Urban Classrooms
       4 hours.  Previously listed as ED 346. Field work required.    To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Lecture-Discussion and one Practice.

     37976LCD09:00 AM-11:50 AMT24172ETMSWRao, A 
     37975LCD09:00 AM-11:50 AMT22352ETMSWTrinder, V; Morales, P 

CI            472
         Language Proficiency Assessment and ESL Instruction
       4 hours.  Field work required.    To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Lecture-Discussion and one Practice.

     32715PRBPARRANGED- 
     32714LCDBS05:00 PM-08:00 PMT 

CI            481
         Foundation and Current Issues in Educating English Language Learners
       4 hours.  Field work required.    To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Lecture-Discussion and one Practice.

     33683PRAPARRANGED-Razfar, A 
     33682LCDAS05:00 PM-08:00 PMRRazfar, A 

CI            482
         Assessment and Instruction: A Multilingual/Multicultural Perspective
       4 hours.  Field work required.    To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Lecture-Discussion and one Practice.

     34904PRBPARRANGED- 
     34903LCDBS05:00 PM-08:00 PMW 

CI            484
         Curriculum and Instruction in the Middle School
       3 hours.  Prerequisite(s): EPSY 255 or both ED 200 and ED 210; or graduate standing and either ED 402 or ED 403, and ED 421; and approval of the of the College of Education.    

     29441LCD05:00 PM-08:00 PMM 

CI            504
         Secondary Literacy
       4 hours.  Field work required.    To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Lecture-Discussion and one Practice.

     28071PRAPARRANGED-Phillips, N 
     28070LCDAS05:00 PM-08:00 PMR22352ETMSWPhillips, N 

CI            519
         Research on the Learning of Mathematics
       4 hours.  Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Ph.D. in Mathematics and Science Education and graduate standing; or consent of the instructor. Recommended background: Experience in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) education.    

     39891LCD05:00 PM-07:50 PMT 

CI            526
         Assessment and Instruction for Struggling Readers, K-12, Part 2
       4 hours.  Prerequisite(s): CI 525.    To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Lecture-Discussion and one Practice.

     28081PRAPARRANGED- 
     28080LCDAS05:00 PM-08:00 PMW 

CI            534
         Languages and Literacies In and Out of School
       4 hours.      

     39892LCD05:00 PM-07:50 PMTPhillips, N 

CI            536
         Colloquium on Literacy
       1 hours.  Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May be repeated to a maximum of 12 hours. Prerequisite(s): Enrollment in a graduate specialization in reading, and consent of the instructor.    

     28083LCD04:00 PM-04:50 PMT22192ETMSWTeale, W 

CI            539
         Internship in Instructional Leadership
       4 hours.  May be repeated to a maximum of 8 hours. Prerequisite(s): CI 532.   Departmental Approval Required To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Lecture-Discussion and one Practice.

     28096PRAPARRANGED- 
     28095LCDASARRANGED- 

CI            551
         Practitioner Research in Science Contexts
       4 hours.  Recommended background: An interest in science education and science-related field context in which to do practitioner research.    

     34295LCD01:00 PM-03:50 PMW22352ETMSWMorales-Doyle, D 

CI            557
         Proseminar in Literacy, Language, and Culture
       4 hours.  Restricted to first year doctoral students with a specialization in Literacy, Language, and Culture.    

     36202LCD05:00 PM-08:00 PMW10132ETMSW 

CI            579
         Bi-Literacy: Theory, Research, and Practice
       4 hours.  Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor.    

     40545LCDARRANGED-Morales, P 
            4 hours            

CI            581
         Perspectives on Reading: Theory, Research and Practice
       4 hours.  Prerequisite(s): Priority will be given to students admitted into the Literacy, Language, and Culture doctoral program.    

     40546LCDARRANGED-Schutz, K 
            4 hours            

CI            586
         Perspectives on Writing Instruction: Theory, Research, and Practice
       4 hours.  Prerequisite(s): CI 544; and consent of the instructor. Priority in enrollment will be given to students admitted into Literacy, Language, and Culture doctoral program.    

     39895LCD05:00 PM-07:50 PMM22352ETMSWWoodard, R 

CI            592
         Apprenticeship in Teacher Education
       1 TO 4 hours.  Prerequisite(s): Consent of the instructor and program coordinator.    

     28109LCDARRANGED- 
     28112LCDARRANGED- 
     28101LCDARRANGED-Gavelek, J 
     28099LCDARRANGED-Graff, G 
     28102LCDARRANGED-Gutstein, E 
     28100LCDARRANGED-Hopkins, M 
     28103LCDARRANGED-Katsarou, E 
     28106LCDARRANGED-Larnell, G 
     28108LCDARRANGED-Martin, D 
     28110LCDARRANGED-Mitchener, C 
     28104LCDARRANGED-Morales, P 
     28128LCDARRANGED-Morales-Doyle, D 
     28111LCDARRANGED-Nishimura, M 
     28107LCDARRANGED-Phillips, N 
     28114LCDARRANGED-Radinsky, J 
     28124LCDARRANGED-Rao, A 
     28115LCDARRANGED-Raphael, T 
     28116LCDARRANGED-Razfar, A 
     28119LCDARRANGED-Schubert, W 
     34277LCDARRANGED-Schutz, K 
     28120LCDARRANGED-Shanahan, C 
     28121LCDARRANGED-Shanahan, T 
     28122LCDARRANGED-Tatum, A 
     28123LCDARRANGED-Teale, W 
     28118LCDARRANGED-Trinder, V 
     28125LCDARRANGED-Varelas, M 
     34276LCDARRANGED-Webb, T 
     28126LCDARRANGED-Woodard, R 

CI            593
         Ph.D. Research Project
       1 TO 8 hours.  May be repeated to a maximum of 8 hours. Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Ph.D. in Education program.    

     34280CNFARRANGED- 
     28132CNFARRANGED-Chou, V 
     28157CNFARRANGED-Gavelek, J 
     34279CNFARRANGED-Graff, G 
     28133CNFARRANGED-Gutstein, E 
     28130CNFARRANGED-Hopkins, M 
     28134CNFARRANGED-Katsarou, E 
     28137CNFARRANGED-Larnell, G 
     35127CNFARRANGED-Lipman, P 
     28139CNFARRANGED-Martin, D 
     28141CNFARRANGED-Mitchener, C 
     28135CNFARRANGED-Morales, P 
     28142CNFARRANGED-Nishimura, M 
     28140CNFARRANGED-Park, Y 
     28138CNFARRANGED-Phillips, N 
     28145CNFARRANGED-Radinsky, J 
     28155CNFARRANGED-Rao, A 
     28146CNFARRANGED-Raphael, T 
     28147CNFARRANGED-Razfar, A 
     28150CNFARRANGED-Schubert, W 
     35126CNFARRANGED-Schutz, K 
     28151CNFARRANGED-Shanahan, C 
     28152CNFARRANGED-Shanahan, T 
     28153CNFARRANGED-Tatum, A 
     28154CNFARRANGED-Teale, W 
     28149CNFARRANGED-Trinder, V 
     28131CNFARRANGED-Valenta, A 
     28156CNFARRANGED-Varelas, M 
     34278CNFARRANGED-Webb, T 
     28143CNFARRANGED-Woodard, R 

CI            594
         Special Topics in Curriculum and Instruction
       2 TO 4 hours.  May be repeated to a maximum of 12 hours. Students may register in more than one section per term. Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.    

     39896LCD05:00 PM-07:50 PMRMorales, P 
            4 hours            

CI            596
         Independent Study
       1 TO 4 hours.  May be repeated to a maximum of 12 hours. Students may register in more than one section per term. Prerequisite(s): Consent of study adviser.    

     34282C1ARRANGED-Graff, G 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     34283C1ARRANGED-Hopkins, M 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     34281C1ARRANGED-Webb, T 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28172CNFARRANGED- 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28186CNFARRANGED- 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     35129CNFARRANGED- 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28161CNFARRANGED-Gavelek, J 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28162CNFARRANGED-Gutstein, E 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28163CNFARRANGED-Katsarou, E 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28166CNFARRANGED-Larnell, G 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28168CNFARRANGED-Martin, D 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28170CNFARRANGED-Mitchener, C 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28164CNFARRANGED-Morales, P 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28159CNFARRANGED-Morales-Doyle, D 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28171CNFARRANGED-Nishimura, M 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28165CNFARRANGED-Olson, J 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28184CNFARRANGED-Phillips, N 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28174CNFARRANGED-Radinsky, J 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28167CNFARRANGED-Rao, A 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28175CNFARRANGED-Raphael, T 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28176CNFARRANGED-Razfar, A 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28160CNFARRANGED-Sakash, K 
     28179CNFARRANGED-Schubert, W 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     35128CNFARRANGED-Schutz, K 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28180CNFARRANGED-Shanahan, C 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28181CNFARRANGED-Shanahan, T 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28182CNFARRANGED-Tatum, A 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28183CNFARRANGED-Teale, W 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28178CNFARRANGED-Trinder, V 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28185CNFARRANGED-Varelas, M 
                     Instructor Approval Required   
     28169CNFARRANGED-Woodard, R 
                     Instructor Approval Required   

CI            599
         Thesis Research
       0 TO 16 hours.  Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. May be repeated. Students may register in more than one section per term. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the dissertation advisor.    

     34285C1ARRANGED-Graff, G 
     34284C1ARRANGED-Pappas, C 
     34286C1ARRANGED-Webb, T 
     28189CNFARRANGED-Chou, V 
     28191CNFARRANGED-Gavelek, J 
     28192CNFARRANGED-Gutstein, E 
     35130CNFARRANGED-Harris, I 
     28190CNFARRANGED-Hopkins, M 
     28193CNFARRANGED-Katsarou, E 
     28196CNFARRANGED-Larnell, G 
     28198CNFARRANGED-Martin, D 
     28200CNFARRANGED-Mitchener, C 
     28194CNFARRANGED-Morales, P 
     28202CNFARRANGED-Park, Y 
     28214CNFARRANGED-Phillips, N 
     28204CNFARRANGED-Radinsky, J 
     28197CNFARRANGED-Rao, A 
     28205CNFARRANGED-Raphael, T 
     28206CNFARRANGED-Razfar, A 
     28216CNFARRANGED-Schaafsma, D 
     28209CNFARRANGED-Schubert, W; Delago, J 
     28199CNFARRANGED-Schwartz, A 
     28210CNFARRANGED-Shanahan, C 
     28211CNFARRANGED-Shanahan, T 
     28218CNFARRANGED-Stovall, D 
     28212CNFARRANGED-Tatum, A 
     28213CNFARRANGED-Teale, W 
     28208CNFARRANGED-Trinder, V 
     28215CNFARRANGED-Varelas, M 
     32728CNFARRANGED-Woodard, R