PHY 325 - Methods of Teaching the Physical Sciences
A study of strategies and procedures used in secondary school teaching. Students will be provided with the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the newer science curricula; visit secondary school classrooms; present classroom demonstrations and conduct laboratory work; learn to use modern teaching aids, especially the computer, in classroom teaching; and develop means of evaluating cognitive and affective learning. Two recitation and two laboratory hours per week. Open to prospective teachers following the junior-senior high school curriculum who are majoring or minoring in integrated science or a physical science.
Credit 3 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit
Grade Mode Normal (A-F) Course Rotation Winter (odd yrs.)
Prerequisites - CURR 305
Other - Initial Teacher Preparation Program admission is required for enrollment in this course.
Restriction by Major -
Restriction by Class - Junior standing
Notes - Not open to students on academic probation. Students only have the choice of a methods class if they are an Integrated Science Major.
Students who do not meet prerequisite requirements may request department permission to enroll in the course.
Keywords: physics , education
Updates: Course Rotation updated 10/2018; Course Rotation added 8/2014
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