May 29, 2023
SCED 101 - Integrated Life Science
Inquiry-based investigations into life science to help students develop understanding of fundamental concepts and the process of scientific investigation. This course is designed for prospective elementary teachers but is open to all students. Formerly BIOL 106, students may not receive credit for both. Course will be offered every year. Course will not have an established scheduling pattern.
General Education Category: K7 - Physical & Natural World
General Education Pathways: P1 Civic & Community Engagement, P5 Sustainability
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Collaboratively design, collect and analyze data, and present results of a community-relevant life science research project,
- Describe and explain fundamental concepts and practices in life science, specifically those underlying a) Ecosystems and ecological sustainability, b) Cell structure and processes, c) Heredity, c) Biological Evolution
- Apply life science concepts and processes to personal, local and societal issues around sustainability.
- Critically analyze and evaluate evidence and use this to develop and defend positions on contemporary life science issues.
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Fall Locations: Ellensburg
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