Course Information

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Below is a list of courses required for science and math majors to complete a minor in education.

Currently offered:

IGSC/SCED 1101 Step 1: Inquiry Teaching (FYC) – Prepare, implement and reflect on lessons designed to teach elementary students to obtain and analyze data. (qualifies as a Freshman Experience Course) One credit hour.

IGSC/SCED 1102 Step 2: Inquiry Lesson Design –  Prepare, implement and reflect on lessons aligned with district math and/or science curriculum at the middle/junior high school level. One credit hour.

SCED 3383 Knowing and Learning – Explore the implications of learning theories on individual learning, social (classroom) learning, and within the context of larger social justice issues. Three credit hours.

HIST 4302 Magic, Science, Occult – This class is a survey of humans’ attempts to explain and control the cosmos from antiquity to the emergence of modern science around 1700, including the contributions of pseudo-scientific, occult, and magical world-views; internal developments in the history of science; and the relationship between scientific thought and the historical context. Dual-listed in the UALR Graduate Catalog as HIST 5302. Three credit hours. (Offered during SPRING Only)

Beginning in Summer 2014

IGSC 4386 STEM Methodologies – Design and carry out independent inquiries employing the tools used by scientists and mathematicians. Three credit hours.

Beginning in Fall 2014

SCED 3384 Classroom Interactions – Apply theoretical and practical frameworks to analyze various instruction activities, focus on content development through teacher-student, student-student, and group interactions. Three credit hours.

IGSC 4388 Functions and Modeling – Engage in explorations and lab activities designed to strengthen and expand your knowledge of secondary mathematics topics. Three credit hours. ** For Math Majors Only

SCED 4387 Project Based Instruction – Design, implement and evaluate authentic learning processes (challenge-based, problem-based, project-based, etc.). Three credit hours.

Beginning in Spring 2015

SCED 4689 Apprentice Teaching – Engage in an intensive, culminating experience that equips UALRTeach students with the tools needed for their first teaching experience