CI 5156: Popular Culture, Teaching, and Learning

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Approaches to the study of popular culture and education. Intersection between everyday life and broader historical contexts. Sporting events, toys, clothing, shopping malls, vampire mania, music festivals, video, and comics are the kinds of popular forms of culture we will engage as we develop teaching/learning strategies. prereq: Grad student or sr in a program that values teaching as a component of the discipline

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