Research Independent Study in Science Education
This course offers students interested in science education to develop, under the supervision of a faculty member, a science education resource (at the K-16 level or for teachers) or to engage in individual research in science education (with reference to Pharmacology). The student will present a finished “product” if developing a science education resource and if pursuing a research project, a written report containing significant analysis and interpretation of study results. Open to juniors and seniors with consent of supervising instructor. Instructor: Sawyer and Schwartz-Bloom.
Examples of previous projects include:
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