College of Education and Human Development - George Mason University

SEED 675: Research in Secondary Education

Important: For the most up-to-date information, refer to the official George Mason Course Catalog

General Information

Credits: 3

Description: Links evidence of student learning to make informed instructional decisions. Engages students in critiquing various research paradigms, reviewing literature, and systematically collecting and interpreting evidence to improve practice. Notes: All students enrolled in this course must be working daily in or have access to a classroom setting classroom setting (during the semester in which they enroll in this course or a semester following), since the major course assignment involves a classroom-based teacher research project.

Recommended Prerequisite: SEED 522 and SEED 540

Recommended Corequisite: For students seeking English licensure: SEED 669 and EDRD 619 For students seeking math licensure: SEED 672 and EDRD 619 For students seeking science licensure: SEED 673 and EDRD 619 For students seeking history/social studies licensure: SEED 667 and EDRD 619 For students seeking computer science licensure: SEED 676 and EDRD 619

Required Prerequisites: For students seeking English licensure: SEED 569 For students seeking math licensure: SEED 572 For students seeking science licensure: SEED 573 For students seeking history/social studies licensure: SEED 567 For students seeking computer science licensure: SEED 566. Requires minimum grade of B-.

Current Sections

Upcoming Sections

Prior Sections (partial list)