NSEE8000-01.Environment and Society.Su16.Fredin,Tracy
Environment and Society
Academic Term and Year
Participate in a community investigation of natural and social environmental issues. Explore the concept of environmental literacy, build a solid understanding of the basics of environmental education, and be actively involved in a series of community investigations in human-built and natural locations around Minnesota's Twin Cities. Learn to focus through three "lenses": systems (knowledge of social and natural systems and their interaction); problem identification and solving (ethics typically are an issue in these situations); and move to action (defined as citizenship and stewardship). Examine and reflect on your environmental philosophies and behaviors. NOTE: This is a core course of the MAEd:NSEE. Students not admitted to a Hamline degree program may take this course following application for Adult Special status through Graduate Admissions, providing space is available. For information, call 651-523-2900 or visit www.hamline.edu/graduate/index.html. Please register one week prior to course start date. Target audience: educators K-12.
Fredin, Tracy, "NSEE8000-01.Environment and Society.Su16.Fredin,Tracy" (2016). Syllabi. 10634.
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