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Course Descriptions

SED541 Constructing Scientific Conceptual Knowledge

A study of the nature of science and the ways students learn about science. Topics include students' conceptions (and misconceptions) about natural phenomena and instructional strategies to promote meaningful learning, especially conceptual change.

Credits

  • 3

Restrictions

  • Must be enrolled in the following level: Graduate
  • Must be enrolled in one of the following majors: Adolescence Ed:Biology (031B), Adolescence Ed: Chemistry (032A), Adolescence Ed:Chemistry (032B), Adolescence Ed: Earth Science (033A), Adolescence Ed:Chemistry (104B), Adolescence Ed: Biology (101A), Adolescence Ed:Biology (101B), Adolescence Ed: Earth Science (102A), Adolescence Ed:Earth Science (102B), Adolescence Ed:English (103B), Adolescence Ed: Chemistry (104A), Adolescence Ed: Biology (031A), Adolescence Ed:Earth Science (033B)

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