To be able to design, prepare and present, in the context of a real classroom, the courses assigned by law to Geologists (ΠΕ0405) in secondary education and any level and type of education.
To be able to plan and carry out educational activities related to geosciences, environmental education and the sciences, as part of his duties, to secondary education and to any degree and type of education.
To be able to respond to professional activities such as the design, conduct and evaluation of the teaching process, on a daily basis.
To be familiar with his future career and teachers work.
Course Content (Syllabus)
• The purpose of the teaching of sciences with emphasis on the courses “Geology-Geography”, “Geology-Management of Natural Resources”.
• Brief principles for managing a school class and respecting diversity in education.
• Practice in teaching methodology, design, organization and conduct of teaching.
• Educational activities. From theory to practice.
• Course assessment guide. Student Assessment guide
• Practical exercise in Secondary Schools (Gymnasiums and High Schools). Observation of pilot courses conducting by experienced teachers. Supervised teaching (a full course or micro-courses). As part of their practical exercise students will have the opportunity to talk with experienced teachers about designing and realization of a lesson, the courses assessment and the students assessment.
• Participation in educational activities of the Department of Geology for all levels of education, lifelong learning, and popularization of Geology.
• Presentation by each student of his/her personal dossier that includes:
• his/her notes from the pilot courses he/she attended,
• the electronic file of his/her supervised teaching (a course or two micro-courses),
• his/her assessment by the school teacher,
• the activities of the Department in which he/she is participated
Course Bibliography (Eudoxus)
Φέρμελη Γ., Δερμιτζάκης Μ., 2008, Διδακτική της Γεωλογίας και των Περιβαλλοντικών Επιστημών, Εκδόσεις: ΚΟΡΑΛΙ-ΓΚΕΛΜΠΕΣΗΣ ΓΙΩΡΓΟΣ, σελ. 129,