Biology/Education B.S. Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of biology at the level of molecules, cells, systems, organisms and ecosystems.
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of key concepts in evolutionary biology, ecology, neurobiology, cell biology, molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics, developmental biology and physiology.
  3. Demonstrate scientific quantitative skills, such as the ability to evaluate experimental design, read graphs, and understand and use information from scientific papers.
  4. Demonstrate skill in communication of scientific data in standard format.

Teaching Performance Expectations

  • Engage and support all students in learning
  • Create and maintain effective environments for student learning
  • Understand and organize subject matter for student learning content specific pedagogy
  • Planning instruction and designing learning experiences for all students
  • Assess student learning
  • Develop as a professional educator

Subject Specific Pedagogy: Students are expected to demonstrate

  • Developmentally appropriate practices in relation to subject-specific pedagogy
  • English language development in relation to subject-specific pedagogy
  • Subject-specific pedagogical skills for multiple subject teaching assignments
  • Subject-specific pedagogical skills for single subject teaching assignments

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