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MA Early Childhood Education
Course Description

EDUC 391
Socio-Cultural Issues for Latinx Students

This course is one of three that are specifically designed to prepare Spanish bilingual teachers. The course is taught in Spanish and explores and analyzes social, cultural, political, and economic processes and dynamics that shape Latinx identity in the US. Combining historical and empirical foundations, the course encourages students to explore their ethnic and cultural identity vis à vis Latinx identity. Students carry out research projects that examine their own identity in contrast to the identities of groups in US society that trace their origins to countries in Latin America.

Course Credit:

Instructor consent required.

Restricted to students completing a Spanish bilingual credential
Open to undergraduates only.


Last Updated: 9/21/17