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The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018, and the footbridge will be closed from late May to late August in both 2017 and 2018.More information
No matter what path you follow to entering the teaching program as a physics major, one thing is for sure — you will leave here well prepared to enter your own classroom and ignite the curiosity of young people to answer some of the deepest questions of the universe.
Amy Root, '09, physics teachingI teach 8th grade science (a combination of physical, life, and earth science) in a large school district near Des Moines, IA. Working with 8th graders has its challenges, but my job is incredibly rewarding.
All physics education students have the opportunities to be out in the middle and high schools for three separate experiences— observations, teacher assisting, and then their full semester of student teaching in their own classrooms. All of these experiences are supported by university supervisors and cooperating teachers in the schools.
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