Nordic ESERO - geology at school - Andøya Space Center
Andøya Space Center
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Geology is the key to understand the landscape and to explore the climate history. This course focuses on topics like the landscape formation around us, the search for evidences about sea level changes and ice ages, interpretation of land forms and soils, classification of rocks. Satellite observations are also introduced since they are a great tool for providing geological information and to complement the on-site fieldwork.
This course aims to serve as inspiration on geology and get confidence with field work by exploring selected places in Andøya. This island is unique from the geological perspective. From the whole Scandinavia, it is the only place where we can find areas that were not covered by ice during the last ice age. The main objective is to provide the tools, activities and motivation to implement this theme and experience back in the local classroom.
The field collection emphasizes in practical activities, and in how to combine satellite images with on-site fieldwork. The overall idea is to focus on reflections about how the knowledge of these processes can be transferred to the own home environment, and into gaining confidence enough to carry out more field based education in the school.
About the course
- Targeting: Nordic teachers, teaching natural science or geography at lower and upper secondary school.
- Credits: 10 ECTS
- Starting up: 8th February, 2019
- Course period: 8th February - 17th October, 2019
- Field trip: Five days at Andøya, 8th - 13th September , 2019. Each day, consists of preparation, field tasks and post work between 08:00 - 20:00.
- Arrival: 8th September, 2019
- Departure: 13th September, 2019
- Application deadline: 1st December, 2018
- Teaching language: English
- Exam: Deadline home exam: 14th November, 2019, 14:00
Teacher Education (for example, elementary school teacher, public teacher or course with PPU) or; A Minimum of bachelor including specialization in science (30 ECTS) and a minimum of 3 years work experience as a teacher in science. Also, remember that you must provide a copy of a diploma from college or University with grades from Norwegian or Nordic education confirming that you are eligible to study at Nord universitet. Note! The Swedish lärerlegitimationen is not accepted as documentation for admission to higher education in Norway.
To apply for the course you need to register in the University's system, click here. Choose the right course and then create a profile. If you have been a student at the North University earlier, then you can use an existing user profile.
Also, remember that you must provide a copy of a diploma from college or University with grades from Norwegian or Nordic education confirming that you are eligible to study at Nord universitet. The documentation must be sent preferably in electronically to email@example.com or send by postal mail to:
Note! Send the email or envelope marked with: "Geology in school"
For more information, please contact Nordic ESERO.
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The event is done in cooperation with Nordic ESERO, Nord universitet og ESA.