Learning Theory and Instruction
(CESP 820 -- 3 hours -- offered in Spring)
Graduate students learn major theories and learning principles of behaviorism, cognition, motivation, belief systems, and cultural differences.
Principles of Measurement and Program Evaluation
(CESP 811 -- 3 hours -- offered in Fall)
Graduates students learn principles of test construction and interpretation. Major models of transdisciplinary program evaluation procedures, data collection, data analysis, and interpretation.
Advanced Methods: Developing Critical And Creative Thought
(CI 816 -- 2, 3 hours -- offered in Spring)
Graduate students in Engineering use understanding of cognitive and creative development to construct learning experiences that challenge the cognitive and creative potential of university students.
Internship: Developing Critical And Creative Thought
(CI 816A -- 1, 3 hours -- offered in Fall)
Provides a supervised opportunity for students to implement and evaluate curricula that challenges the cognitive and creative potential of gifted learners.
TO GET STARTED
Contact Dr. Lawrence Whitman at (316) 978-5907
or the College of Education at