EDUC 655: STEM Methods (Graduate)

STEM methods is a course designed to highlight elements of STEM and how to incorporate them into the classroom. After completing this STEM methods course, teachers will have a better understanding of creating a STEM culture in the classroom and have STEM activities in their toolbox to implement.

 

 

Prerequisite: Prior knowledge and experience with some common instructional technologies (e.g., Microsoft Word document, Google tools, learning management systems).  Willingness to try out new technology tools and to share! 

Graduate Certificate: If you are seeking the STEM certificate, the completion of EDUC 653, 654, 655, 656 is required.

Master’s Completion: The four EDUC courses offered by University of Indianapolis through STEM Teach V (EDUC 654, EDUC 655, EDUC 656, & EDUC 653) can also be used to complete a master’s degree for dual credit credentialing if 18 graduate credits are completed in a specific content area.

Related Offerings:
EDUC 654 Designing & Implementing a STEM Project-Based Learning Unit (SUM I 24 & SUM I 25)
EDUC 655 STEM Methods (SUM II 24 & SUM II 25)
EDUC 656 Teacher Engineering Education: Universal Design for Learning (Fall II 23 & Fall II 24)
EDUC 653 Integrating Tech into STEM (W/S I 24)

University of Indianapolis

Semester: Summer II 2024

Instructor: Jas’Minique Potter

Credit Hours: 3 Graduate

Dates: 7/1/24 – 8/16/24

Location: Online Asynchronous w/ One Synchronous Session: July 10, 2024 from 4:45p – 7:30p

Teacher Level: Grades K-12

Graduate Certificate Available: Yes

Master’s Completion Option: Yes

EDUC 655 Syllabus

Master’s in Curriculum & Instruction