Course - Natural Science 1 (5-10) module 2 - LVUT8094
LVUT8094 - Natural Science 1 (5-10) module 2
Examination arrangement: Oral examination
Grade: Letter grades
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The course Science 1 (module 1 and 2) gives a background in the science and pedagogical content knowledge enabling the students to teach science in primary and lower secondary education. Module 2 deals with among others biology topics of physiology and organisms' building blocks, from genes to organs. In physics the module offers the topics of mechanics, electricity, magnetism and energy. Knowledge on technology and its application are also important topics. Further, the module gives insight into pedagogical content knowledge related to students' conceptions, deep learning and cross-disciplinarity of education for sustainable development and technology.
The student has knowledge on
- misconceptions or pupils' conceptions within relevant topics
- deep learning in science
- the contribution of science in education for sustainable development
- cells and organisms' life process - has knowledge on human and animal physiology
- forces and movements
- basic magnetism and electric circuits
- energy quality and different forms of energy
- connection between technology and science, how technology can be taught cross-disciplinary, and how this can be done with students
The student can:
- apply science knowledge in conversation with students about the nature and the phenomena in nature
- implement strategies in teaching for deep learning, and reflect didactically
- implement school relevant technology projects from ideas to products, and reflect didactically
- evaluate technological products and use them as teaching resources
- has good insight in own's role and practice as a science teacher
- has insight in relevant scientific and profession related ethical issues
- has good insight in the role of science in cross-disciplinary teaching of sustainable development and technology
Learning methods and activities
Science 1 (5-10) Module 2 is a part time study. It is organized in three times three-day seminars. A variety of working methods will be employed. Student active, self study, individual and group works will be important parts of the course. The students are expected to actively use the library or other source of information. Use of ICT-tools within the science topics will be part of development of the students' digital competency. The students will be assessed formatively and summatively. They will get tasks to do in-between the seminars; the kind of tasks related to their own practice as teachers.
- Obligatory course work according to course description
Further on evaluation
- tasks in-between the seminars
- 70% compulsory presence.
All compulsory assignments must be approved before the student can take the exam. Candidates who risk of not being accepted for exam due to the lack of approved assignments must be warned, cf. study regulations at NTNU.
Exam: Individual oral exam.
New/make-up exam will be conducted following the study regulations at NTNU. In case of new exam or retake, the exam form may be changed.
Admission to a programme of study is required:
Recommended previous knowledge
Passed Science 1 (5-10) first part, or similar. Some background in biology, physics, chemisty and earth science will be an advantage.
Required previous knowledge
Teacher education or similar, employment in primary, lower or upper secondary school. Referring to the current admission procedures.
The course material will be announced at BlackBoard before the semester start.
Credits: 15.0 SP
Study level: Further education, lower degree level
Term no.: 1
Teaching semester: SPRING 2024
Language of instruction: Norwegian
- Teacher Education
- Life Sciences
Examination arrangement: Oral examination
- Term Status code Evaluation Weighting Examination aids Date Time Examination system Room *
- Spring ORD Oral examination 100/100 HJELPEMIDD
Room Building Number of candidates
- * The location (room) for a written examination is published 3 days before examination date. If more than one room is listed, you will find your room at Studentweb.
For more information regarding registration for examination and examination procedures, see "Innsida - Exams"