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SoPA and Tulane University are excited to announce the transition back to campus for the fall semester. While we encourage students to continue to meet with advisors, faculty and staff remotely, our offices will be open for limited in-person visits. Beginning Monday August 3, Elmwood offices are open 8:30A.M.– 5:00P.M. Gibson Hall offices will remain closed as Tulane renovates new space for SoPA on the Uptown campus. All faculty and staff are working and available.

Please continue to check your Tulane email, Canvas, the SoPA COVID-19 FAQ, and the Tulane Return to Campus page for updates.



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Theories of Learning Course

The EDUC 3100 Theories of Learning intensive, designed specifically for the Teaching, Learning, and Training minor, will focus on how people learn.  There are many factors that influence learning among infants, toddlers, middle childhood, adolescents, and adults, and this course will introduce you to the various theories of learning that address each stage.  Students will examine the ideas of learning theorists and practitioners in the field, as well as explore the advantages and limitations to various learning theories.  Students will also develop, design, implement, and test a learning experience of their own. For post-baccalaureate students, this course also satisfies the educational psychology requirement required for teacher certification in Louisiana.

Students may register when summer term registration opens in the spring. Tuition for this intensive is equal to a three credit post-baccalaureate course at SoPA. Tuition and 20% discount information for teachers and paraprofessionals can be found here. Please contact Richard Mihans for more information.

Session Dates

EDUC 3100
May 26-June 12
Monday and Wednesday
8:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.
Plus 16 hours online contact work