Course Archive Portal
For CIED 5052 Spring Semester 2012
Web pages related to the spring semester 2012 Multicultural Issues course in the Master of Arts in Teaching Program at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville are archived here. The course archive is part of the Multicultural Issues web of Planet Gnosis. NOTE: The most recent CIED 5052 course was taught in the spring semester of 2013. Links on the header and right sidebar are related to that course.
My Granny's Quilt:
In Search of Metaphors for Diversity
Students were welcomed to the course with this report of 27 January. In addition to practical information about assignments and academic expectations, the report includes a reflection about the concept "multicultural," based on the metaphor of "my granny's quilt."
A Review and Overview
Published on March 6 and updated on April 12.
The Mulicultural McMenu assignment is designed to give interns creative options for exploring the principles of Multicultural Education. The menu choices feature several assignments of varying values: 25, 50, or 100. Students can choose their own pathways to learning by picking a combination of menu choices that total 100. The choices are scaffolded from 25 to 100 points. Menu choices are designed so that students can choose one theme, or mix and match from different themes to experience more variety.
Spring 2012 Session One: January 20 through March 2
Spring 2012 Session Two: March 9 through May 4
Spring 2012 Sessions One and Two
January 20 through May 4
Freddie A. Bowles, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Foreign Language Education
Curriculum and Instruction
College of Education and Health Professions
Faculty Advisor: Native American Student Association
University of Arkansas
312 Peabody Hall
Fayetteville, AR 72701