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Course Descriptions

SED543 Science in the Secondary School

Science as a process of inquiry with examples from current research. Cultural implications of scientific and technological development and their effect upon the secondary school science curriculum. Course will also include a series of structured instructional experiences intended to further students' first-hand knowledge of secondary schools and schooling.

Credits

  • 3

Restrictions

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

Prerequisites

  • (EDS539 Minimum Grade of D- or 38539) and (EDS730 Minimum Grade of D- or 38730)

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