Course No: BIOL.5080-061; SIS Class Nbr: 1002; SIS Term: 2750
Course Status: Registration Closed
This online course will examine the structure and function of cells and the regulation of cellular processes characteristics of living organisms. Students will explore the complexity of the eukaryotic cell and gain an understanding of the mechanisms of cellular control and regulation. Course activities will make connections to state frameworks and national standards, and lead to the development of grade-appropriate curriculum materials for use in the elementary and middle school classroom. Class activities will include discussions, quizzes, lesson plans, web reviews, current events, and a final project.
Related Programs: M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction: Science Education Option
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