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Courses @ UBC and Beyond

Here is the list of undergraduate and graduate courses I have taught in the past or teach right now:

The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada: 2004-2007 & 2010-present

Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy (2010-present):

Graduate Courses:

EDCP 559 – Research in the Teaching and Learning of the Science (new – Fall 2012;  Fall 2013, 2014)

EDCP 585A/B – Special topic graduate course “Science and Mathematics Teaching and Learning through the Use of Technologies” (new – Summer 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015)

ETEC 533 – Using Technology in Science and Mathematics teaching (MET course) (Winter 2011, redesigned: Summer 2013, Summer 2014, Spring 2015, Summer 2015, Winter 2016)

Undergraduate Courses: 

EDCP 451B – Inquiry seminar – (new – Winter 2013, 2014, 2015)

EDCP 357 – Physics Methods course for future physics teachers (Fall 2012-2017)

EDCP 352 – Science Methods course for future science teachers (Fall 2017)

EDCP 349 – Science Methods for future elementary teachers (Problem-Based Learning Cohort) (Fall 2011, 2012)

EDCP 349 – Science Methods for future elementary teachers (middle years) (Fall, 2011)

EDUC 319/320 – Secondary School Practicum for pre-service secondary teachers (2010-2011; 2011-2012)

Department of Physics and Astronomy (2004-2007)

Introductory physics courses for science majors (mechanics, optics, electricity and magnetism) — lectures – PHYS 100, PHYS 102

Introductory physics courses for science majors (mechanics, electricity and magnetism) – labs and tutorials

Ryerson University in Toronto: 2007-2009

An introductory physics course for architecture and building science students

An introductory physics course for life science students (mechanics, electricity – DC circuits)

An introductory physics course for engineering students (statics)

A modern physics course: a second year course for physics majors

Rutgers University, NJ: 2001-2004

Introductory physics courses for life science students (mechanics, electricity and magnetism)

Laboratory physics courses for life science students (mechanics, electricity and magnetism)

The University of TX at Austin: 1998-2001

A physics courses for future elementary teachers (mechanics, electricity and magnetism)

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