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  • CUIN 4397: Introduction to Teaching STEM
    • Prerequisites: STEM majors who are juniors/seniors or post-baccalaureate.
    • Description: The coursework focuses on understanding how inductive lessons are effective for student engagement and learning. Students are provided with the opportunity to explore teaching as a career and become familiar with secondary school environments by observing and teaching in middle school classrooms.
  • CUIN 4397: Computer Science Education Course
    • Prerequisites: CUIN 4397
    • Description: The goal of this course is to prepare teachHOUSTON students to either teach secondary computer science courses or integrate computer science content into their math or science classes.
  • CUIN 3350: Knowing and Learning Science & Math
    • Prerequisites: CUIN 1101: STEP 1 - Teaching Science and Math
    • Description: This course covers a variety of theories and frameworks addressing how people come to know in mathematics and science related domains. Types of scientific and mathematical thinking and possible roles which might be played by the teacher and learner within each approach are developed.
  • CUIN 3351: Classroom Interactions
    • Prerequisites/Co-requisites: CUIN 1102: STEP 2 - Teaching Science and Math; CUIN 3350: Knowing and Learning Science & Math
    • Description: (NOTE: There are separate sections for math and for science.) This field-based course focuses on multiple models of teaching, what each model requires of teachers, and the corresponding impact on interactions that occur in mathematics and science classrooms. It attends to how content and pedagogy combine to address equity and diversity issues in classroom teaching to insure that all students have an opportunity to learn.
  • CUIN 3352: Perspectives
    • Prerequisites: CUIN 1101: STEP 1 - Teaching Science and Math
    • Description: This course introduces prospective mathematics and science teachers to the historical, social, and philosophical implications of mathematics and science advances which occurred during three significant episodes in history.
  • BIO or CHEM or PHYSICS 4340: Research Methods
    • Prerequisites: CUIN 3351: Classroom Interactions and one of CHEM 1111, CHEM 1117; BIOL 1161, BIOL 1162; PHYS 1101, PHYS 1121 or equivalent, or consent of instructor.
    • Description: Students perform four independent inquiries, combining skills from mathematics and science to solve research problems. Credit may be received for CHEM 4340 or PHYS 4340 or BIOL 4340.
  • CUIN 4350: Multiple Teaching Strategies
    • Prerequisites: CUIN 3351: Classroom Interactions
    • Description: (NOTE: There are separate sections for math and for science.) In this course, students investigate several teaching strategies that are effective in math and science classrooms. Students also discuss the use of assessment to improve student learning. Students use a variety of strategies to teach math or science lessons to middle or high school students. Additionally students create a problem-based instructional unit
  • EDUC 4314: Student Teaching (contact teachHOUSTON for section number)
    • Prerequisites: Completion of professional development sequence and admission to student teaching
    • Description: Demonstration of specified competencies in a school setting guided by a cooperating teacher and directed by a university supervisor. Seminar required.
  • EDUC 4315: Student Teaching (contact teachHOUSTON for section number)
    • Prerequisites: Completion of professional development sequence and admission to student teaching
    • Description: Demonstration of specified competencies in a school setting guided by a cooperating teacher and directed by a university supervisor. Seminar required.
  • PHYS 4342: Physics as Inquiry
    • Prerequisites: CUIN 3351; Phys 1301 or 1321
    • Description: This course is designed to build students’ deeper conceptual understanding of science concepts and pedagogical content knowledge through a process of guided inquiry.

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