University of Calgary

EDUC 501 - Socio-Cultural Theories of Learning - Fall 2012

Drawing on sociology, anthropology, cultural studies, youth studies, and critical pedagogy, this course examines how histories and socio-cultural contexts contribute to the formation of personal and collective identities. The intent is to highlight the pragmatic value of critical understandings of the collective, connected, and contested dimensions of human learning.
This course may not be repeated for credit.

Hours

  • Q(3-0)

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