ENED6014-DG.Patterns in Nature.Su14.Grack,David
Patterns in Nature
Academic Term and Year
Experience activities in and outdoors to observe and identify natural patterns. Plants and animals have adapted in many ways to survive and this course is designed to provide opportunities to explore and investigate them. You will be introduced to forest and tree structure, bird body structure and adaptations, animal signs and tracks, insect and plant interactions, and more. Activities will include nature journaling, nature photography, indorr and outdoor labs, and more. Please note: this course can be used to fulfill requirements for the Environmental Education certificate. Target audience: educators K-5, naturalists, and environmental educators.
Grack, David, "ENED6014-DG.Patterns in Nature.Su14.Grack,David" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 8331.