NSC 3333 - Science Methods
- 4 cr.
This course is designed to assist prospective middle and high school science teachers successfully conduct and manage an inquiry-based science program. Emphasis is placed on how teachers can enhance learning and motivation for students at every stage of mental development. Topics include: technology in the science classroom, inquiry techniques, investigation techniques, demonstrations, science teaching reform, and specific science programs. Prospective teachers will plan, execute, and evaluate lesson plans with their peers in a public school setting.
NSC 3335 - Science Methods Field Experien
- 1 cr.
This experience introduces prospective teachers to the culture of the high school environment. Students observe and assist a biology or chemistry teacher, interview school personnel, talk with students, and teach technology-integrated lessons and content reading strategies in their subject area. Assessment strategies are observed and practiced. Co-requisite: NSC 3333
Prerequisite Courses: EDU 2800, EDU 2805
NSC 3999 - Independent Study
- 0-4 cr.
The College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Avenue
Duluth, MN 55811