The Science Education Program is located in the College of Education within the Teacher Education Division. In addition to certification programs for prospective elementary and secondary science teachers, it offers various graduate programs including Master of Education in Science, Education Specialist in Science Education and Doctoral Programs (Ed.D. and Ph.D.) in Curriculum & Instruction with a concentration in Science Education.
A live webinar, The Everyday Importance of STEM, conducted by Editorial Director John Rennie.
In the webinar John, who aside from masterminding AccessScience, is host of The Weather Channel's "Hacking the Planet," former Editor-in-Chief of Scientific American, and a Carl Sagan Award winner, offers a working definition of STEM literacy and argues that a comprehension of science and technology is essential not only to succeed in one's career, but in our everyday lives. You'll also discover what approaches to science education are best suited for the diverse audiences that educators and librarians reach.