Environmental Education (ENED)
Course numbers with the # symbol included (e.g. #400) have not been taught in the last 3 years.
ENED 890 - Environmental Education Summer Institute: Field Ecology, Human Communities, and Curriculum
An intensive, team-taught experience that immerses students in a process of inquiry explicitly designed to connect and integrate work in the Environmental Education Program's three focus areas: Pedagogy, Environmental Science, and Environmental Values, Policy, and Planning. A four week program, meeting four days/weeks for six-eight hours/day, with out-of-class assignments make it a full-time commitment for students. Classroom and field-based activities help students experience the interdisciplinary nature of environmental education firsthand, while giving students the opportunity to explore materials, research methods, and instructional approaches appropriate to their specific educational context. Prereq: a minimum of two prior life or physical science courses. Permission required.
ENED 900 - Seminar and Practicum in Environmental Education
This course is the capstone experience for students in the MA Program in Environmental Education. It combines a field placement in environment education with a Practicum Seminar to give students the opportunity to put what they have learned into practice in a context that is appropriate for their professional development and career goals. The Practicum also provides students with support in completing the Program Portfolio requirement for the master's degree.