Teaching Science 2A (EDSE3068)
UNIT OF STUDY
This unit of study builds upon the work done in the prerequisite course Science Curriculum 1. The unit is designed to develop students' understanding of the nature of science teaching and high school pupils' learning of science. The unit will examine: the planning of science teaching and learning activities; the interpretation and implementation of syllabus aims; objectives, outcomes and content guidelines in the development of lessons and units of work; the integration of individual science disciplines within a multidisciplinary science curriculum. Across-curriculum perspectives and policies in science curriculum will be discussed.
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Further unit of study information
2x2-hr workshop-seminars/wk for 8 wks
group seminar presentation (35%) and group unit plan stage 5 (45%) and individual lesson plan (20%)
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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
96 credit points including 36 credit points of Education including EDSE2001 and 12 intermediate credit points of either Biology, Chemistry, Geosciences or Physics and 12 junior credit points of Chemistry or Physics and EDSE3051
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