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EDU 657 Week 1 Colonial Higher Education, 1636-1784EDU 657 Week 1 DQ 1 Colleges in the Colonial EraEDU 657 Week 1 DQ 2 Colonial Revival CollegesEDU 657 Week 1 Reflective JournalEDU 657 Week 2 DQ 1 Creating the American WayEDU 657 Week 2 DQ 2 Resilience in American Higher EducationEDU 657 Week 2 Higher Education, 1785-1890EDU 657 Week 3 DQ 1 Captains of IndustryEDU 657 Week 3 DQ 2 America Goes to CollegeEDU 657 Week 3 Higher Education, 1880-1920EDU 657 Week 3 Reflective JournalEDU 657 Week 4 DQ 1 Success and ExcessEDU 657 Week 4 DQ 2 Cost of College, 1920-1945EDU 657 Week 4 Higher Education, 1920-1945EDU 657 Week 4 Reflective JournalEDU 657 Week 5 DQ 1 Gilt by AssociationEDU 657 Week 5 DQ 2 Coming of Age in AmericaEDU 657 Week 5 Higher Education, 1970-2000EDU 657 Week 5 Reflective JournalEDU 657 Week 6 DQ 1 Reconfiguring American Higher Education in the Twenty-first CenturyEDU 657 Week 6 Final Paper

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EDU 657 Entire Course (Including Journals)

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EDU 657 Week 1 Colonial Higher Education, 1636-1784

EDU 657 Week 1 DQ 1 Colleges in the Colonial Era

EDU 657 Week 1 DQ 2 Colonial Revival Colleges

EDU 657 Week 1 Reflective Journal

EDU 657 Week 2 DQ 1 Creating the American Way

EDU 657 Week 2 DQ 2 Resilience in American Higher Education

EDU 657 Week 2 Higher Education, 1785-1890

EDU 657 Week 3 DQ 1 Captains of Industry

EDU 657 Week 3 DQ 2 America Goes to College

Colleges in the Colonial Era. In Chapter One, Thelin (2011) mentioned nine surviving colleges founded before 1781: Harvard, William and Mary, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Brown, Dartmouth, Rutgers, and Pennsylvania. Many feel that these colleges stand out as quality higher education institutions that have acquired prestige and longevity. Do you agree with these viewpoints? Consider how these colleges influenced perceptions of higher education today. What about the quality of education then and online learning now? Relate how these trends and events still impact higher education today.


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EDU 657 Week 1 DQ 1 Colleges in the Colonial Era

EDU 657 Week 1 Colonial Higher Education, 1636-1784

In Chapter One, Thelin (2011) mentioned nine surviving colleges founded before 1781: Harvard, William and Mary, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Brown, Dartmouth, Rutgers, and Pennsylvania. Many feel that these colleges stand out as quality higher education institutions that have acquired prestige and longevity. Do you agree with these viewpoints? Consider how these colleges influenced perceptions of higher education today. What about the quality of education then and online learning now? Relate how these trends and events still impact higher education today.

Colonial Higher Education, 1636-1784. In Chapter One, Thelin (2011) described the influences of several topics and issues in higher education during the Colonial era. Choose a historical, political, ethical and/or economic issue under one of the following topics:

§ Governance and structure

§ College finances

§ Religion and the college

§ Philanthropy


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EDU 657 Week 1 Reflective Journal

EDU 657 Week 1 DQ 2 Colonial Revival Colleges

Critically reflect on the personal impact of the foundations of education. Reflect on a time when you studied about the history of the Colonial Era in grade school, middle school, high school or college. What surprised you to discover about higher education during the Colonial era? Have your perceptions changed as a result of examining a few of the historical, political, ethical and/or economic foundations of higher education during this timeframe? How has this knowledge impacted your perceptions and experiences about higher education? Summarize how this information will change your teaching.

Thelin (2011) noted that the English universities Oxford and Cambridge greatly influenced early American higher education. In addition, Oxford and Cambridge were autonomous, privately endowed and linked to a federation. The “collegiate system” of combining learning and living was a seminal plan for higher education that college founders tried to capture for the American colonies. Discuss the various ways in which early American Colonial colleges did "not" emulate or resisted replicating the Oxford-Cambridge ideal.


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EDU 657 Week 2 DQ 2 Resilience in American Higher Education

EDU 657 Week 2 DQ 1 Creating the American Way

Medical schools during this time represented a good example of American society’s enchantment for education without the overly strict rules and standards. Reflect on the role of Medical Colleges in higher education during the first half of the nineteenth century. Consider the educational preparation and requirements for medical doctors during this era. How do you feel that differs today? What influences are still impacting higher education today with regards to new educational programs and innovations?

Large scale philanthropy contributors who offered substantial gifts such as foundations, trusts, and estates were necessary to higher education budgets in order to pay for salaries, services and the construction of new buildings. The transformation of philanthropy in American higher education was the coming together of industry and religion in what was termed the “Protestant work ethic.” Discuss why this was important to wealthy entrepreneurs. From your readings, what challenges do current higher education institutions face with regards to funding?


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EDU 657 Week 3 DQ 2 America Goes to College

EDU 657 Week 3 DQ 1 Captains of Industry

America Goes to College. The age of university-building was also the golden age of the college. Attending college was popular and fashionable during 1890 through 1920. Obtaining a bachelor’s degree was a way for newly affluent families to enhance their social position.

Summarize the concept of the “Collegiate Ideal” during 1890 -1920. Consider how the “college man” and/or “college woman” was becoming an imposing figure in American higher education at the end of the nineteenth century.

The wealth and energy between 1880 and 1910 was a unique and dynamic period in higher education. During this time the stock market was volatile and the rules that governed higher education were mostly absent. In addition, there was an abundance of industrial wealth, and a new level of philanthropic generosity toward higher education. Uncertainty and diversity were characteristics of this time period.


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EDU 657 Week 3 Reflective Journal

EDU 657 Week 3 Higher Education, 1880-1920

Critically reflect on the impact of topics, trends, and events of historical eras on higher education and the dynamics surrounding the university-builders in the formative decades between 1880 -1920. Think about what it would have been like to be a college student during this time. Then reflect on the time when you first enrolled in your graduate program. What was your experience? Where you excited about the prospects of one day teaching at the higher education level? What is the subject you would most likely enjoy teaching? Do you think you could have taught the same subject during 1880 -1920?

Higher Education, 1880-1920. For this assignment you will explore several topics about the Age of University Building and the “Golden Age” of colleges. Using the free website Timeglider (http://www.timeglider.com/) or Microsoft Word (http://www.microsoft.com/education/en-us/teachers/how-to/Pages/creating-timeline.aspx), create a timeline of five or more significant events and/or topics that you find interesting and that influenced higher education from 1880 - 1920. Feel free to be creative with this assignment. You may include pictures, diagrams and words. In addition please provide a brief summary for each of your significant event and topics.


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EDU 657 Week 4 DQ 1 Success and Excess

EDU 657 Week 4 DQ 2 Cost of College, 1920-1945

Thelin (2011) mentioned that from World War I to World War II, university and college enrollments increased dramatically. However, the retention of students presented a challenge during this time period. College administrators had some difficulty managing students because of the expanded number of students being enrolled. Discuss the role and responsibilities of faculty members during this time. How have these roles and responsibilities changed today? How have these stayed the same? Do you think that college administrators and faculty members did the best they could to retain their students? Why or why not? What could they have done better?

Summarize the changes in the price of going to college from 1920-1945. Consider student employment opportunities and positive influences of the various relief work programs such as the public work projects during this time. How did colleges and universities benefit from them? Do you feel that a similar type of public work project(s) could work today? Why or why not? What are some options that students have today to pay for college? Give your perspectives on how college education could be funded.


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EDU 657 Week 4 Reflective Journal

EDU 657 Week 4 Higher Education, 1920-1945

Critically reflect on the impact of topics, trends, and events of 1920-1945. Have you met or do you know of anyone who taught during this time? If so, what do they say about the advantages and disadvantages of teaching during this time period? As a future higher education educator do you feel that your opportunities have increased as compared to what you read about opportunities for faculty from 1920 -1945? What did faculty do as far as furthering their careers with regards to scholarship and teaching? What do you plan to do to further your career with regards to scholarship and teaching? Do you look forward to publishing?

From 1920-1945, there was significant expansion and reforms in higher education. Reflect upon the opportunities to attend college for women during this time period. Women made up about 40% of the undergraduate enrollments in 1940. This was remarkable considering that women were not permitted to earn a bachelor’s degree just 60 years prior to 1940. Also of significance were the women’s colleges of the privileged elite such as Wellesley, Radcliffe, Smith, Vassar, and Barnard to name a few. Examine colleges for women during this time period and compare them to your educational experiences today.


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EDU 657 Week 5 DQ 2 Coming of Age in America

EDU 657 Week 5 DQ 1 Gilt by Association

From 1970 -2000, most higher education institutions encountered various challenges and issues. Although higher education made an effective transition to mass education access, it was more difficult to transition to universal education access. In addition, because of the diversity of students who were entering college higher education, higher education institutions required tailoring. Discuss the impact of topics, trends, and events of 1970-2000 era on higher education. Explain the components that contributed to the “Coming of Age” in American higher education.

From 1945-1970, a new set of problems helped to transform higher education. After 1949 there was an explosion of enrollments due to governmental agencies that recognized that higher education had been proven effective, even during the war. This led them to create public policies at both the state and federal level.


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EDU 657 Week 5 Reflective Journal

EDU 657 Week 5 Higher Education, 1970-2000

Critically reflect on the impact of topics, trends, and events of 1970-2000. Reflect on yourself as a graduate student who may one day teach in higher education. How can you avoid some of the mistakes faculty made from 1970-2000? What teaching approaches and/or strategies worked? In addition, how do you feel higher education will change in the next five years? Do you believe online learning will increase? In terms of professional development and training, what do you believe you need to do to effectively teach at the higher education level today and in the near future?

Your readings described the influences of several topics about the challenges and issues in higher education from 1970-2000. Discuss one topic that addresses the institutional, societal, student, faculty, curriculum, governance or financial issues that were significantly impacted from 1970 -2000. After viewing Dr. Hannah Holborn Grey’s presentation, Uses (and Misuses) of the University Today (http://www.youtube.com/watch?&), incorporate one of her suggested uses and one of her noted misuses of the university today in your paper.


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EDU 657 Week 6 DQ 1 Reconfiguring American Higher Education in the Twenty-first Century

EDU 657 Week 6 Final Paper

In this course, we have examined various topics about the reconfiguration of American Higher Education from 1673 to the present. After watching the short video Complex Change in Higher Education by Fred Buining (http://www.youtube.com/watch?), reflect on various changes that have influenced the reconfiguration of American higher education in the 21st century. Reflect on the topics listed below and select two that you feel have made the greatest impact on higher education. Critically analyze the influences of past eras on present-day higher education.

Reconfiguring American Higher Education in the Twenty-first Century. Using ProQuest, locate two articles about the emergence of global universities (online education). Provide a summary of your articles and the reference links. Discuss the critical findings related to two of any of the following topics:

a. Demographics and student diversity

b. Availability and access

c. Variability of disciplines

Analyze if the research supports your perspective. Why or why not.


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