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Summary of Changes Made in This Calendar - Ecological Consciousness

Education 5719 Ecological Consciousness
Our reciprocal relationships between natural processes and human systems are examined with the potential for developing an ecological consciousness, both personally and collectively, locally and globally. Nature-embedded, embodied experience and emergent design are used as mechanisms to derive meaning in this quest. Various ways of interacting with the natural world are utilized in the outdoors with special emphasis on ecological macro models - “analogous representations” of the processes and systems that affect our daily lives. Specialization(s): Environmental & Sustainability Education; Social Justice Education
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Education Graduate Students only. Students cannot take this course if they previously took Education 5414 with the title "Ecological Consciousness."