To fulfill the requirements of the program, you'll complete general education, technology, science and education courses. You'll also complete required teaching courses specifically in technology and science education. Pre-student teaching experiences in both middle and high school classrooms, as well as a semester-long student teaching experience, will be required.
Upon completion of the Technology and Science Education program, you'll be able to:
- Create learning experiences that make technology and science meaningful for students
- Provide learning opportunities that support students' intellectual, social and personal development in the context of technology and science education.
- Design instruction based on sound knowledge of technology and science, related disciplines, students and the community.
- Encourage your students' development of critical thinking, problem solving and performance skills to prepare for life in a technologically and scientifically sophisticated society.
- Develop instructional opportunities adapted to diverse learners, including those with disabilities and exceptionalities.
- Cultivate professional relationships with colleagues, parents and agencies in the community to support student learning.
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The program curriculum was developed by faculty members from both the Applied Science program and the School of Education. The courses for the technology teaching major certification – and for the science teaching certification majors and minors – are aligned to the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards and approved by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. There are no other colleges/universities in the state of Wisconsin that offer a collaborative interdisciplinary degree in Technology and Science Education.
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