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Instructor needed, TCNJ -- Physical Earth & Space Science, Spring

21 Nov 2019 6:59 PM | Nancy Michaelsen (Administrator)

The chair of TCNJ's Physics Department, Dr. David McGee ( mcgeed@tcnj.edu ), asked me to reach out to our Physics Teacher Advisory Group (PTAG) regarding the need for an instructor for a spring course - PHY 103/Physical Earth and Space Sciences (Please see below for a course description).

This particular course is scheduled on Tuesdays and Fridays during the school day, so we realize you're unlikely to be available, but thought maybe you may know someone who may be a good fit.  If so, please pass along this message!

TCNJ may also need instructors for evening physics, astronomy and geology classes in the summer and next fall; if you have an interest, please do let us know.  

Thank you!

Melissa Chessler

PHY 103/PHYSICAL, EARTH, AND SPACE SCIENCES

1 course unit
(with laboratory)
(every semester)

Restricted to students in Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and Special Education.

This course introduces various topics from physical, earth, and/or space sciences, such as motion, Newton’s laws, energy, momentum, thermal energy, fluids, light, electromagnetic forces and fields, the Earth, the Solar System and the universe. Algebra-based equations, graphs, and scientific notations are used. Concepts are reinforced through laboratory experiments and problem-solving. This course is designed for elementary-level education majors to help them meet New Jersey state standards.

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