Special section designated for students who are interested in teaching or working with children.
This is a lecture/lab combination course.
- Child development
- Elementary education
- Secondary education
- Special Education
- Social Work
Biology 101E is a course for students pursuing a career in Elementary or Secondary Education.
- The course will provide a broad perspective on the fundamental scientific realm of biology.
- It will explore concepts including:
- the cellular basis of life
- the genes and their control of organisms
- energy and its capture and use by organisms
- the application of evolution as a strand throughout all of biology
- the dynamics of populations and their environment
- and the diversity of living things and their interactions with each other
- The course is specifically designed to prepare the pre-service teacher with the background needed in biological concepts for the elementary student.
- With this course, students will be given opportunity to apply accumulated biological knowledge, address issues facing us as a society, gain confidence in problem solving strategies, and actively demonstrate good scientific investigation.
- Most significantly, students in this course will then be able to propose ways to make them understandable and meaningful to children.
Course sections: Lecture/lab
BI 101 section 1639 9-10:30 a.m. - Lecture
BI 101 section 1585 10:45-11:45 a.m. - Lab
BI 101 section 3197 12:30-2 p.m. - Lecture
BI 101 section 3198 2:15-3:15 p.m. - Lab
BI 101 section 4240 9-10:30 a.m. - Lecture
BI 101 section 4588 10:45-11:45 a.m. - Lab
Contact Janis Qualls with any questions.