Capstone Project Title
Patty Born Selly
The purpose of this curriculum development Capstone was to create a series of lessons to focus on how to further educate children that live in a pristine water quality environment. The curriculum focused exercises and examples provide increased awareness and education focusing on improving water quality examples on how to keep water quality from degrading during the explosive population growth of the surrounding region. The overall goal is to show how increased growth can lead to potential water quality decreases over time. There are several hands-on lessons that show examples of the ecology of the region and how all things in the ecosystem is inter-related through a water quality connection. This awareness will foster increased sense of stewardship and build solid foundations in students and the overall community for the long-term.
Curriculum, Environmental Studies, Science, Teachers/ Teaching
Martine, Zackary Eugene, "How Can Water Quality Awareness Be Increased In A Small But Rapidly Increasing City Of New Braunfels, Texas?" (2017). School of Education and Leadership Student Capstone Projects. 103.
School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations