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EDUC 173 – History Teaching Methods I
EDUC 273 – History Teaching Methods II
EDUC 275 – Global Education
EDST 401 – Education, School and Social Institutions
EDST 402 – Education and Media
EDST 403 – Knowledge and Curriculum
EDST 404 – Ethics and Education
ADHE 330- The Community Practice of Adult Education
EDUC 440 – Aboriginal Education in Canada
EDUC 452 – Inquiry Seminar
EDST 579 – School Community Relations
EDST 581 – Leadership and Aims of Education