Linguistic Development Education



Design and deliver an intercultural communicative curriculum that is embedded in language and development studies that fit your country, context and ecology.

 

English is a global language. Yet each culture and country has its own perspective on how to use English for global relations, as well as general and specific education. Development studies for one country are unique to its history, resources, people and language. Still in an age of planetary boundaries, there are universal and shared lessons in development for all humans. This four-course program draws together these unique and shared understandings.

 
 
 
Term One
Credits
Base Camp
1
Core 1 – ACC*601 – Introduction to Applied Community Change
3
Program 1 – LDE*601 – Theory & Practice of Language Acquisition
3
Project Research in Community 1 – PRC*601 – Graduate Study Foundations
2
Review & E-Portfolio
 
Global Residential (optional, though recommended)
2
 
 
Term Two
 
Preview
 
Core 2 – ACC*602 – Advanced Seminar on Applied Community Change
3
Program 2 – LDE*602 – Linguistic Cultural Competence
3
Project Research in Community 2 – PRC*604 – Social Science Research
3
Review & E-Portfolio
 
Regional Residential (optional, though anticipated)
1
 
 
Term Three
 
Preview
 
Core 3 – ACC*604 – Healthy People, Healthy Communities
3
Program 3 – LDE*603 – Life-useful Contextual Education
3
Project Research in Community 3 – PRC*602 – Monitoring & Evaluation
3
Review & E-Portfolio
 
Regional Residential (optional, though anticipated)
1
 
 
Term Four
 
Preview
 
Core 4 – ECC*603 – Community Change & Sustainable Livelihoods
3
Program 4 – LDE*604 – Action Research for Learning Enhancement
3
Project Research in Community 4 – PRC*603 – Synthesis & Integration
3
Review & E-Portfolio
 
Global Residential → Commencement (strongly recommended)
2
 
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