Science Education Resource Center
The Science Education Resource Center (SERC) at San Jose State University was established in 1958 and is a unique educational
resource center that houses over 5000 science resources in the thematic areas of Earth
Science, Physical Science, and Life Science. SERC's inventory and services are FREE of charge.
Are you looking for a way to enhance your teaching skills and expertise?
San Jose State’s Master of Arts program in Science Education is a flexible program
designed to provide K-12 teachers the opportunity to enhance their understanding of
science teaching and learning, and in accordance with the Secondary Education Program.
Deadline for scholarships is Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at 3:00 pm.
The Science Education Program occasionally offers scholarships to reimburse CSET exam
fees and other expenses for students applying to the SJSU single subject credential
program in science. Click here for more information!
Ever think about what it would be like to become a science teacher?
To earn a teaching credential, you will need to enroll in our graduate level credential
program. There are quite a few steps to apply, learn what you need to do now so that
the transition is easy. Contact us to find out more information at email@example.com!
Science teacher preparation and development in the heart of Silicon Valley
The Science Education Program at San Jose State University is well positioned to meet
the increasing demand for well-qualified and prepared science teachers in our community.
Our program focuses on three aspects of science teacher education: recruitment and
undergraduate experiences, pre-service training and preparation at the credential
level, and professional development for in-service science educators. Our network
of partners within SJSU and with school districts in the greater San Jose area ensures
that our students receive essential hands-on training to fully prepare themselves
for careers as science educators.