Spring 2018 - EASC 711 G100
Directed Readings (3)
Class Number: 13116
Delivery Method: In Person
Earth Science Education Research
The course will involve directed readings, discussions, and guest lectures in aspects of Earth sciences educational research including; Inquiry in Earth science education; Pedagogical content knowledge in Earth sciences education, and environmental education; Place based learning; Implementing the K-12 curriculum; Indigenous ways of knowing; Pre-service teacher education and teacher professional development; and evaluating the effectiveness of Earth science education approaches.
- Research papers on relevant topics (Paper 1) 35%
- Research papers on relevant topics (Paper 2) 35%
- Research presentation 30%
Graduate Studies Notes:
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