Spark Interest in Science
Science Education at UNC is home to the Master of Arts degree in Science Education for practicing teachers. Our program is also responsible for all science coursework within the various teaching licensure programs offered by the university. Students pursuing licensure can major in many different disciplines including Physics, Biology, Earth Science, Chemistry, Early Childhood and Elementary Education.
Science Education also has active collaborations with the Colorado School of Mines to prepare secondary math and science teachers and Walking Mountains Science Center in Avon, Colorado, where fellows earn a UNC Masters degree in Science Education while providing programming in environmental education.
News and Announcements
Professor's work cited in Journal Climate Change
Dr. Andrew Bentley's work describing the messages used by organized climate change dissention is cited in the Journal Climate Change.
Inside Science: How Do Giraffes Drink Water?
New research explores how giraffes defy gravity when they drink.
Ross Hall 1210
9am - 4pm
Science Educators Alliance
SEA is a student organization focused on providing teacher candidates an avenue of communication and support outside of class. We also participate in science outreach, doing science demos for students of all ages. If you're interested in teaching and/or involved in the science teaching program, join us.
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