Master's in Teaching Natural Sciences MSc

Description

This Course is designed to offer scientific knowledge as well as technology and methodological skills to Secondary Science teachers. Upon the completion of this course graduates will:
a)     have a more scientific approach to teaching Physics, Chemistry and Biology
b)     be able to understand and convey to students, through educational processes, classical and modern theories of Natural Sciences and their role within the unified scientific world
c)      have acquired requisite skills and scientific competence for using experiments to investigate and prove scientific theories and hypotheses
d)     have acquired special methodological training to design and carry out educational projects at school or within the wider educational community, or local community
e)     will have required level of competence to use information technology to design and produce electronic learning material

Programme ECTS credits: 120

Classification according to ISCED-2011 of Unesco:
based on the level of Education: 7   
based on the field of Education: 44 Physical Sciences

Classification according to ISCED-2013 of Unesco:
based on the field of Education: 0538 Physical Sciences involving Physics, Chemistry and Biology

Prerequisites

Applicants to the Master in Teaching Natural Sciences course must possess an undergraduate degree in a related field from a Greek Public University, a Technical Educational Institute or an equivalent degree.

The equivalency to a Greek qualification is recognized by the Hellenic NARIC (Hellenic National Academic Recognition and Information Center / DOATAP), which verifies the validity and equivalence of the acquired degree with those awarded by Greek institutions of higher education. Applicants must possess documents issued by DOATAP. A list of recognised degrees is available from DOATAP, and a prerequisite course list for applicants to HOU courses may be given by the HOU's registration department.

Good knowledge of English is necessary for the successful participation in the course.

Basic computer and Internet skills are necessary for the successful participation in the course.

 

Contact

Course Director: Skordoulis Konstantinos

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