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George Washington University


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Sara Hooshangi

The Capstone Project is designed to give the students an opportunity to conduct significant, independent work on a research paper, a hands-on project, or a technology related service-learning outreach work. One of the main objectives of this project is for students to have an opportunity to utilize ...
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T 8:00am-9:15am TOMP 204 · Meghan Hollibaugh Baker

Students who want to explore teaching careers become familiar with lesson plan development by writing, teaching, and observing lessons in a middle school classroom. While students build and practice inquiry-based lesson design skills, they also become familiar with and practice classroom management ...
GW TeachThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences511.008

W 11:10-12:25 TOMP 303 · Alicia Bitler

Students who want to explore teaching careers become familiar with lesson plan development by writing, teaching, and observing lessons in an elementary school classroom. While students build and practice inquiry-based lesson design skills, they also become familiar with and practice classroom manage...
GW TeachThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences67.006

TR 11:10AM-12:25PM · Jodi Kanter

This course focuses on the efficacy of using the arts to address issues within our society. The students will examine produced works of representative 20th and 21st century playwrights, which address violence aganist women, gender inequality, homophobia, racism, trauma of war, Nativism, religious di...
Theatre and DanceThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences811.004

T 5:10-7:00pm · Lottie Baker

CPED 6557: Second Language Acquisition (SLA) will help students understand the process of learning an additional language and connect language acquisition to teaching second and foreign/world languages. Three essential questions about second language acquisition will be addressed: · &nbs...
Curriculum and PedagogyGraduate School of Education and Human Development1133.002

M/W 2:20-3:35 · SuJin Choi

Students who have an interest in a future in teaching learn about student-centered, project-based learning in this course through reading, discussing, observing, writing, and teaching lessons for students who attend school in the DC community. Through this experience local teachers gain exposure to ...
GW TeachColumbian College of Arts and Sciences1222.9813

W 12:45-3:15 · Emily Morrison

Fact field fiction
SociologyThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences132262.2075

T/TR 1:00PM-2:15PM · Pamela Presser

UW 1020 M47
University WritingColumbian College of Arts and Sciences13189.5566

R 6:10pm-9:00pm Ames B201 · Mary Buckley

This theoretical and applied Women's Leadership Seminar will explore leadership practices across different communities and cultures through a speaker series, field trips, readings, and engaged reflection. Students will also have the opportunity to practice civic engagement and leadership s...
Women's LeadershipColumbian College of Arts and Sciences1438.5016

R 3:30-6:00 · Michelle Kelso

Program planning and evaluation activities are essential to organizations, governments and businesses. We will begin class by delving into evaluation, reviewing research methods, and planning and implementing evaluation research. Through case studies and on-site field experiences, students will anal...
SociologyThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences15605.0048

R 6:10pm-9:00pm Ames B104 · Carly Jordan

This theoretical and applied Women's Leadership Seminar will explore leadership practices across different communities and cultures through a speaker series, field trips, readings, and engaged reflection. Students will also have the opportunity to practice civic engagement and leadership s...
Women's LeadershipColumbian College of Arts and Sciences156.504

M/W 4:45-6:00pm · Fran Buntman

SOCY 2189 Sec. 11
SociologyColumbian College of Arts and Sciences153.001

T/R 4:10-5:25pm · Pamela Presser

UW 1020 M54
University WritingColumbian College of Arts and Sciences16152.2052

T/TR 2:30-3:45PM · Pamela Presser

UW 1020 M60
University WritingColumbian College of Arts and Sciences16339.17220

W 8:00-9:15AM · Alicia Bitler

Students who want to explore teaching careers become familiar with lesson plan development by writing, teaching, and observing lessons in an elementary school classroom. While students build and practice inquiry-based lesson design skills, they also become familiar with and practice classroom manage...
GW TeachThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences188.259

T/R 2:20-3:35 MPA 525 · Imani Cheers

This course is an intensive, upper level multimedia production seminar focused on advocacy journalism. Topics will include environmental, social and economic justice as well as civil rights. Students will hone digital storytelling techniques and improve their multimedia skills with the goal of produ...
JournalismSchool of Media and public Affairs1843.508

M 12:45-3:15PM · Sangeeta Prasad

<> HSSJ 2170 is a course on interpersonal relationships that uses a lens of social justice and critically analyzes how intersections of identity impact relationships.  Students are required to complete a 30-hour practicum at community-based agencies that serve disenfranchised community me...
SociologyColumbian College19511.83164

R 6:10pm-9:00pm Acad 100 · Elisa Hovander

This theoretical and applied Women's Leadership Seminar will explore leadership practices across different communities and cultures through a speaker series, field trips, readings, and engaged reflection. Students will also have the opportunity to practice civic engagement and leadership s...
Women's LeadershipColumbian College of Arts and Sciences1977.0039

T/R 1:00-2:15pm · David Dagan De Picciotto

Populist movements are reshaping politics in Europe, the United States, and other parts of the world. This course explores various explanations for the populist wave and considers its implications for the future of liberal democracy, particularly in the United States. We will then examine precedents...
University SeminarThe Columbian College of Arts and Sciences20258.00100

T/R 4:45-6:00PM · Abbie Weiner

The purpose of this course is to provide students an opportunity to develop an understanding of the theories and principles of interpersonal communication simultaneous within a service-learning environment.
CommunicationsColumbian College of Arts and Sciences28315.00104