|Winter Term 2015 The Environment, Community, and Education - 1832 - ENST 460
Prerequisites/Notes: Sophomore standing or consent of instructor
Catalog Description : The course will examine the relationship between community-mindedness and the development of ecological literacy. Cultural assumptions about the natural world and our place in it that are implicit within the K-12 and college curriculum, and the manner in which modern forms of education shape our understanding of what it means to “live well in a place we know well” will be explored. Examples of how schools can contribute to environmental and social sustainability (and justice) via community- and place-based education will be presented.
Attributes: Advanced Course