DIT701 - How to Create a Course for the Deep InstituteFrancois V. Tochon 15 Students
DUT 701 How to Create a Course for the Deep Institute (Professional Development for Deep Institute teachers) Starting August 2018 Please the 3-yr DU membership $260 If membership was already paid – Please ask for a promocode DESCRIPTION Workshop intended to help current and future instructors and professors of the Deep Institute to create, organize and upload their courses on the Deep Institute new Learning Management System. GUIDELINES Each class has two dimensions: asynchronous with readings on PDFs and videos, and synchronous in weekly meetings that, for Summer-Fall 2018, are organized on Saturday and start at 5pm sharp (Wisconsin time); please come 5 minutes earlier into...
DE777 Anthropology and Deep Cultures: Intercultural Perspectives and Critical ThinkingIsabelle Druc 7 Students
DLE 708 New Technologies for Deep Language EducationFrancois V. Tochon 3 Students
OVERVIEW Critical understanding of recent developments in research related to educational technology and its implications for World Language Education and Second Language Acquisition, through feedback and support to conceptualizing, contextualizing, and solving language education-related problems. Among other topics we will analyze the limits of instrumental reason when it is not subservient to reflective practice and theoretical wisdom, principles for appropriate technology integration into teaching, global learning of other cultures, computer-assisted language learning (CALL), Computer-Mediated-Communication (CMC), learning languages in Multi-User Virtual Environments (MUVE), multimedia language teaching and emerging technologies in teaching languages and culture from non-positivistic perspectives like art-based inquiry, community-building through...
DE780 Building the Master Thesis ProjectFrancois V. Tochon 2 Students
Two-credit workshop intended to help graduate students, in-service teachers, and school administrators develop their Master project in the field of Deep Education. OVERVIEW Developments in scientific research, feedback and support to conceptualizing, contextualizing, and solving education-related problems using established procedures in education research or procedures emerging during the current era of renewal in social science methodology. Learning will take place following a flexible formula that unites theory and practice, description and critique, and the conceptual and the empirical in a dialectical fashion. GENERAL OBJECTIVES At the end of the course, graduate students should be able to: define the epistemological focus of their research in the...
DEC500 - Introduction to Deep Early Childhood EducationConnie Lent 1 Students
This snap course (one credit) provides participants with an introduction to Deep Education as a broad concept and a foundation for Early Childhood Studies and classroom application. Participants explore principles and practice of the Deep Approach to teaching and learning in relation to local and international early childhood center- and home-based settings. Discussions examine how Early Childhood Education policy may support teacher’s ability to facilitate children’s deep learning through self-initiated play. The course encourages participant agency in the design and implementation of deep learning processes. Course for: Family Child Care and Center-based Teachers, College faculty, Program Directors, Researchers, Policy Analysists Goals: Define deep...
EPP600 - Deep Intensive English Review and Personal PlanKristine M. Harrison 1 Students
The course provides a personalized and plurlingual approach to intensive English; beginning with a review of concepts such as the Deep Approach, Educational Technology, World Englishes, English for practical purposes; and linguistic diversity vs standardized English. Students create a personal learning environment & Plan (PLEP) to navigate English requirements such as work, study, publishing. The course is strongly personal in self-assessment, self-creation of learning resources and self-pacing; but with the professor’s expert guidance and feedback.