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Course Descriptions

SED542 Meaningful Problem Solving in Science

A study of how students solve science problems and how teachers can enhance the likelihood that their students will solve such problems meaningfully, i.e., by understanding the relevant concepts rather than by mechanically following a prescribed set of rules.

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: Chemistry (104A), Adolescence Ed: Biology (031A), Adolescence Ed:Earth Science (033B)

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