The UWF-Teach program is a professional certification pathway for grades 6-12. The program is geared towards STEM majors who show an interest in teaching at the middle and high-school level.
To provide a multi-dimensional program for recruiting and retaining highly quailed STEM majors to become middle and secondary teachers and expand our local learning community to support and mentor UWF-Teach candidates and program completers. For more information, view the RISE NOYCE Outcome Report.
Exploring Inquiry Teaching Course: Developed for students who wish to explore teaching careers in math or science, this course engages participants in authentic experiences observing, designing, and delivering inquiry-based math and/or science lessons for older children and young adolescent learners in formal and informal educational settings.
STEM Master Mentor: Science and math educators trained to facilitate content-focused coaching during field experience courses.
Field Experience Opportunities:
Exploring Inquiry Teaching for Science and Math Majors (EDG2041)
Secondary Practicum (EDG4940)
Apprenticeship Teaching (EDG4990)
Eighteen STEM majors will become Robert Noyce Scholars and receive funding for the cost of attending UWF during their junior and senior years.
Education Course Offerings
CEPS Advisor: TBA
Office: CEPS Advising, TBA
HMCSE Academic Advisor:
Refer to HMCSE Department Advisor