Field experience hours: 25 clock hours in a public or private school setting. Students learn how race, culture, and immigration affect society, and the role of public education in a democratic society. Students investigate how culture affects education. They learn current theories of multicultural education and their place in the contemporary politics of public education. Students use this knowledge to develop successful instructional practices that create positive learning environments for a variety of diverse K-12 learners. By the conclusion of this course, students have developed curriculum that educates K-12 students on the importance of critical citizenship, and have learned how to take action on social issues in their own lives.