Praxis I Departmental Courses provide opportunities for students to explore and develop community connections in relation to the course topic by incorporating a variety of activities into the syllabus, such as
- field trips to local organizations,
- guest speakers from those organizations,
- and assignments that ask students to research local issues.
In some cases, students in Praxis I courses are engaged an introductory fieldwork activities; the time commitment for this fieldwork does not exceed two hours per week or 20 hours per semester.
The Praxis component in all Praxis I courses constitutes less than 25 percent of the total coursework assigned.
|Semester||Course Title||Instructor||Course Number|
|Fall 2019||Mexican American Communities||Verónica Montes|
|Spring 2019||Dance/Close Reading||Mady Cantor|
|Spring 2019||Latina/o Culture and Art of Undocumented Migration||Jennifer Harford Vargas|
|Fall 2018||Intro to Linguistics||Katherine J. Reistenberg|
|Fall 2018||Narratives of Latinidad||Jennifer Harford Vargas|
|Spring 2018||Sociology of Higher Education||David Karen||SOCL B358|
|Fall 2017||Mexican American Communities||Verónica Montes||SOCL B235|
|Fall 2017||Economics of Local Government||David Ross|
|Fall 2017||Topics: Modern US History - Making Public Queer History||Stephen Vider||
|Fall 2017||Topics in Urban Studies: Philadelphia Architecture||Jeffrey Cohen|
|Fall 2017||Urban Culture and Society||Gary McDonough|
|Fall 2017||Museum Studies||Matthew Feliz|