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SCEN 101 focuses on an integrated approach to Physical Science and Astronomy, where pre-service teachers and other majors learn to connect physics and astronomy concepts to real-life situations and other disciplines. The SCEN 101 education team promotes holistic student development and encourages both individual and group participation through interactive learning.
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One Faculty – Adebanjo Oriade
One Preceptor – Christina Wesolek
One Laboratory Coordinator – Judi Free
One Education Technology Specialist – Tim Leefeldt
Six Graduate Teaching Assistants – varies per semester
Four to six Studio Fellows – varies per semester
[LO1] Communicating the nature of science by learning physics concepts: by seeing how science compares with and how science applies to the arts, religion, and philosophy.
[LO2] Applying the knowledge of physics concepts: especially to solving (real, life) problems.
[LO3] Experimentation: learning some of the ways scientists work, especially the role of experimentation.
[LO4] Collaboration: building interdisciplinary collaboration skills during various group work activity.
[LO5] Critical thinking: identify and appreciate the role of science in a diversity of disciplines/activities/places/environments/ecosystems that matter to you, and reflectively share that appreciation.
SCEN 101 Poster Conference - Section010, Group03 shares the findings of their project, "Crude Awakening: How Viscosity and Concentration of Salt Impact the Spread of Oil
diagrams, tables, photos, and other interactive materials.
*In SCEN 101, students complete their work both individually and as part of two kinds of student groups (5-6 PBL group members and 2-3 EBL group members).
Monday and Friday engages students beginning with an interactive Discussion/Lecture lead by the faculty member and ending with a Problem-based Learning session lead by the Preceptor with support from Graduate Teaching Assistants and Studio Fellows. Wednesday students spend almost two-hours engaging, exploring, explaining, extending, and evaluating during experiential (or laboratory) learning. The experiential learning day includes guidance from Graduate Teaching Assistants, the Preceptor, and other education team members as needed.
In SCEN 101, technology is an essential part of the course; being utilized in the different learning components for analyzing, communicating, and collaborating. Below is a sample of what is used throughout a typical semester.
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