NSEE8010-01.History of the Environment.F13.Link,Michael
History of the Environment
Academic Term and Year
Environmental education is the outgrowth of dedication, perseverance, literature, painting and politics, but the history of environmental ethics, movements and education is not well understood. Meet people like Leopold, Olson, Comstock, Peterson, and Carson; look at the power of the individual, the organization of groups, and emerging and changing ethics. Course includes some humor and some drama. 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, provided space is available. For information, call 651-523-2900 or visit www.hamline.edu/education/admission/index.html. Please register one week prior to course start date. Target audience: educators K-12.
Link, Michael, "NSEE8010-01.History of the Environment.F13.Link,Michael" (2013). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 7805.