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The Graduate Study in Science Education offers Ph.D. students and Masters students an opportunity to gain practical experience in science teaching and research. The science educators at the College of Education are committed to helping students build programs of study connected to multiple scientific fields. Our programs include biological science, environmental education, developing science curriculum materials, physics, and science for social justice. Faculty work closely with students to tailor the program to their interests in order to develop the future science scholars and educators.

BioKIDS: Kids’ Inquiry of Diverse Species

CAREER: Tracing Children's Developing Understanding of Heredity

Environmental Literacy

Get Green Get City (GetCity)

The Modeling Design for Learning Science (MoDeLS)

Promoting Rigorous Outcomes in Math and Science Education (PROMSE)

Teacher Education Graduate Study in Science Education
Who We Are
Literacy Instruction Faculty
Gail Richmond
Ph.D., University of Connecticut
gailr@msu.edu
Gail Richmond is an associate professor of teacher education. Her research focuses on three areas. The first involves the question of scientific reasoning, and the impact of such reasoning ability on science achievement and career choices, such as research or ...
Meet Our Students
Literacy Instruction Graduate Student
Hosun Kang
While working as a high school biology teacher and Master’s student in South Korea, I came to have more questions about the issue of science teacher education and teacher learning. I decided to come to MSU to pursue my PhD because MSU has a nationally well-known teacher education program. Part of my decision was based on the high regard for MSU’s faculty members who have also produced high quality science education research. In retrospect, I am lucky to ...
 
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