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Native American and Multicultural Instructional Practices

EDUC 689

Class #20735




Instructor: Stacy Duffield

Grading: Graded

Monday, January 13, 2014 - Thursday, May 15, 2014

Instruction Mode: Internet-Asynchronous

Available Seats: 10 of 15

Academic Level: Graduate

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Course Description:

Multiple perspectives focus on North Dakota Native American tribes and other ethnic groups represented in ND, exploring history, cultural awareness, cultural immersion, personal racial identity models, lab experiences, effective instructional practices and community collaboration. {Also offered for undergraduate credit - see EDUC 489.}

About The Instructor

Stacy Duffield
Stacy Duffield

Stacy Duffield earned her Ph.D. in Secondary/Higher Education from the University of North Dakota. Her M.Ed. In Reading Education was awarded from the University of North Dakota.  Dr. Stacy Duffield has been an Associate Professor at the School of Education at NDSU for 5 years and was an Assistant Professor at the NDSU School of Education for 6 years. Stacy teaches undergraduate and graduate level teacher preparation courses, coordinates the Teacher Education program, coordinates the School of Education assessment and accreditation efforts, supervises student teachers, and researches scholarly writing for publication. Stacy taught in public high schools schools for nine years before starting her career in higher education. Stacy's work has been published in numerous scholarly publications including the Journal of Chemical Education, Middle School Journal, Innovative Higher Education, The Journal of Social Studies Research, Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Education, Journal of Education for Business, International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, The Encyclopedia of Rural America, Teacher Development, and Current Issues in Education. 

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