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  • Human Abilities and Learning Course | UW Independent Learning
    opportunities to practice critical thinking and application based on case study examples and collegial discussions With an emphasis on understanding the developmental processes in learners and the psychological principles related to effective teaching and learning the course discusses the impact of sociocultural differences such as ethnic background family environment and socioeconomic status as well as approaches to address learning differences and abilities among students Learn analyze and create applications for many important aspects of educational psychology including theories of social development emotional development parent and peer relationships sociocultural differences cognitive development perspective taking moral development motivation productive learning environments intelligence learning differences classroom management instruction planning and assessment Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites None Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials EdPsych Modules ISBN 9780078097867 Edition 2nd Taking Sides Clashing Views in Educational Psychology ISBN 9780077386108 Edition 6th Order

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U315-301 (2016-02-16)
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  • The Way We Grow: Child Development from Conception to Adulthood Course | UW Independent Learning
    ten units which include reading web exploring writing and preparation for your final project The units follow the five significant stages of child development Conception Prenatal and Birth Babyhood Early Childhood Middle Childhood and Adolescence You will also conduct two interviews choosing subjects from one of these stages As a final cumulative project you will create a booklet of instructions for raising a happy and healthy child By the end of the course you certainly will as stated in the standard know how children grow Directly meets Wisconsin Educator Standard Number Two Teachers know how children grow UW Madison students should consult their advisor before registering for this course Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites High school graduation or consent of adviser Students in residence on the UW Madison campus should consult their adviser before registering for this course Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U315-320 (2016-02-16)
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  • Human Development in Adolescence Course | UW Independent Learning
    Exams Books Materials Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U315 321 Human Development in Adolescence Addresses the major physical psychological intellectual and social changes of adolescence You will explore the history and theories of adolescence the basics of physical cognitive and moral development and issues and problems surrounding sexuality gender morality family peers school culture technology and health In the final unit in place of a final exam you will review and reflect upon several aspects of adolescent development This course fulfills the human development requirement in the Wisconsin teacher certification program Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites None Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Adolescence ISBN 0073133728 Edition 11th Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find out whether your materials are optional or required See related Education

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U315-321 (2016-02-16)
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  • Human Relations in Education Course | UW Independent Learning
    Request Exams Books Materials Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U990 465 Human Relations in Education Human differences and interactions with special attention to diverse cultural ethnic and other minority group identifications You will examine myths and misperceptions that foster prejudicial attitudes and the effect of prejudice on expectations for people perceived as different You will study how membership in various social groups affects identity and opportunity and about cultural pluralism and the role of education and other institutions in promoting it Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites None Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Perspectives on Human Differences ISBN 9780137145034 Values in the Key of Life ISBN 9780895033321 Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find out whether your materials are optional or required See related Education Health

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U990-465 (2016-02-16)
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  • English and Humanities Courses | UW Independent Learning
    Modern African Prose and Poetry in French U180 221 Art History Survey The Ancient World to the Early Renaissance U244 205 Greek and Latin Origins of Medical Terms U244 370 Classical Mythology U350 102 Freshman Composition U350 151 The Bible as Literature U350 201 Intermediate Composition The Essay Inspiration Order and Insight U350 203 Creative Writing The Short Story U350 219 Shakespearean Drama I U350 249 The Courage to Write Women Novelists of the Nineteenth Century U350 268 Introduction to Twentieth Century African American Literature The Fictional Vision U350 269 American Indian Literature U350 312 Willa Cather U350 315 Virginia Woolf U350 323 History of the English Language U350 324 The Structure of English U350 431 Ernest Hemingway U350 610 The American Short Story U350 611 The Contemporary Short Story U400 271 Introduction to French Literary Analysis U400 313 Introduction to Business French U400 347 Introduction a la Civilisation Francaise U400 454 Modern African Prose and Poetry in French U448 120 Modern European History 1815 to the Present U448 393 The Civil War Era 1848 1877 U448 699 Independent Reading in Wisconsin Native American History U524 204 Introduction to Latin Literature U601 110 Introduction to Communication U660 101 Appreciation and

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/subject.aspx?subjectid=103 (2016-02-16)
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  • Modern African Prose and Poetry in French Course | UW Independent Learning
    French Modern fiction drama and poetry by Africans from tropical Africa and the West Indies Explore great works by Mariama Bâ Aimé Césaire Birago Diop Cheikh Hamidou Kane Ousmane Sembène Léopold Senghor and others While much of the course is in French the unit assignments are to be written in English Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Reading knowledge of French or consent of instructor Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Additional materials not listed here are available from your instructor Please see the syllabus L Aventure Ambiguë ISBN 2264036931 Edition 1961 Les Bouts de Bois de Dieu ISBN 2266131087 Les Contes d Amadou Koumba ISBN 2708701673 U104 454 U400 454 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Une Si Longue Lettre ISBN 2842612892 Order course

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U104-454 (2016-02-16)
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  • Art History Survey: The Ancient World to the Early Renaissance Course | UW Independent Learning
    Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U180 221 Art History Survey The Ancient World to the Early Renaissance A survey of the art and architecture from the ancient world to the early Renaissance with the primary focus on the major Western art movements including architecture and the relationship between the social function of art and its form content and context Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites None Credits 4 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 1308 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1383 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Art History Vol 1 ISBN 9780205744206 Edition 4th Please note that you may get either Volume 1 or the combined volume for this course Art History combined vol ISBN 9780205744220 Edition 4th Please note that you may get either Volume 1 or the combined volume for this course Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U180-221 (2016-02-16)
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  • Greek and Latin Origins of Medical Terms Course | UW Independent Learning
    the Greek and Latin origins of medical terminology we hope to steer between the two extremes of an excessively abstract study of word origins and a too narrow memorize the word lists approach While it is true that technical terminologies confront the student with a daunting number of words to know it is equally true that a proper methodology for analyzing and understanding new terms can reduce an otherwise onerous task to a dynamic word assimilation process And that is the object of this course with its dual emphasis on reflective study and an active practice of word analysis and explication Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites High school graduation or consent of adviser Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Bioscientific Terminology Words from Latin and Greek Stems ISBN 9780816503056 Medical and Biological Terminologies Classical Origins ISBN 9780806130293 Order

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U244-205 (2016-02-16)
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