This program prepares graduates to be classroom Physics teachers and Special Education teachers with an extension in Physics.
Applicants must have an earned degree in physics or related area (for example, physical science) with a minimum of 30 credits in physics coursework and 16 credits distributed among biology, earth science and chemistry. Included in the 36 credits must be coursework in the following areas: principles of physics including concepts in mechanics, electricity, magnetism, thermodynamics, waves, optics, atomic and nuclear physics; radioactivity, relativity and quantum mechanics.
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- Adolescence Education Portfolio (CTGE0790)
- *Assessment of All Learners with Disabilities Disabilities (CTGE5170)
- *Behavior Interventions and Effective Classroom Management (CTGE5167)
- *Collaboration and Co-Teaching in Classroom/Learning Environments (CTGE5166)
- Historical, Philosophical, and Multicultural Foundations of American Education (UEGE5102)
- Literacy and Learning Across the Curriculum (CTGE5547)
- *Special Education Foundations: Past, Present, Future (CTGE5155)
- *Teaching English Language Arts and History in Inclusive Adolescence Classrooms (CTGE5175)
- Teaching Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Students (CTGE5305)
- *Teaching Math and Science in Inclusive Adolescence Classrooms (CTGE5176)
- Teaching and Learning with Diverse Adolescents 1: Development and Communities (CTGE5401)
- Teaching and Learning with Diverse Adolescents 2: Assessment and Planning (CTGE5402)
- Teaching and Learning with Diverse Adolescents 3: Differentiated Instruction (CTGE5403)
- Teaching and Learning with Diverse Adolescents 4: Reflection and Innovation (CTGE5404)
*Require eight to 10 fieldwork hours with students with disabilities.
- Cyber Communities for STEM (CTGE6203) or Developing Digital Literacy (CTGE6201)
- Integrating, Math, Science, and Technology (CTGE5275)
- Science Curriculum and Assessment (CTGE5631)
- Teaching and Assessing Science (CTGE5272)