The major in Education Sciences builds a theoretical foundation and applied understandings in the study of education, focusing on four primary areas: human development, learning, and cognition; societal and policy contexts affecting education; media and communication systems for learning; and educational research and evaluation. Manitoba Education and Training is pleased to present Grade 12 Biology: A Foundation for Implementation This document supports the implementation of the general and specific learning outcomes of the updated Grade 12 Biology curriculum in the 2011/2012 school year.
For students specialising in Primary education, the focus of Curriculum studies is on how primary school aged children learn and how you can effectively and creatively teach them in the key learning areas including English and literacies, mathematics, creative arts, technology, science, health and physical education, social education and studies of the environment and sustainability.
Reports by the American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), including Project 2061, and by the National Committee on Science Education Standards and Assessment detail goals for science education that link classroom science to practical applications and societal implications.
Ascott explains that young artists face the challenge of creating a syncretic art that explores telematics (planetary connectivity), nanotechnology (bottom up construction), quantum computing (augmented cyberception), cognitive science and pharmacology (field consciousness), and esoterica (psychic instrumentality).
Amy has 16 years of educational experience in Science, Technology, and Engineering as a high school classroom teacher, department chair, district curriculum specialist and most recently supervisor for Science, Technology, and Engineering for the largest school system in Maryland.Tags: education, science