Environmental Education PJ

EDUP 502 (3)

Invites teacher candidates to grow deeper roots and taller branches, as we follow the narrative of transformation: construction (inherited worldview and identity) – deconstruction (critical analysis) – reconstruction (vision of a new world). We will answer the questions,“What is your relationship to the environment?” “What is the optimal environment for learning and growth for teachers and students?” and “What positive local and global impact do I have/ can I make?” Educators will carefully consider key principles, biases and issues surrounding our planet, our relationship to it, and the culture of environmental sustainability and citizenship we want to cultivate in our classrooms, to impact current and future generations.
Course Code: EDUP 502 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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