Senior Project Advisor
Myers, Gene (O. Gene)
interdisciplinary, curriculum, lesson plans, multi-modal learning
This project is a culmination of my learning through Huxley and the Honors Program designed with the intent of exercising creativity, reflection, and resourcefulness to better myself as a future educator. I have designed a curriculum with five unique units and several coinciding lesson plans with ninth and tenth grade learners in mind. This work reflects my educational philosophy of bringing traditional curricular disciplines into relation through interdisciplinary teaching and multimodal learning. As an Environmental Education student, it has become my duty to acknowledge Place, Indigenous Knowledge, and social justice as integral to the future of education. I try to echo this in my curriculum. The following document captures my philosophies and positionality in this moment and is meant to be a source of work which I refer to and improve through my post-graduate and teaching career.
Shreffler, Waverly, "Original Environmental Education Lessons and Curriculum" (2020). WWU Honors Program Senior Projects. 368.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Environmental education--Curricula; Ecology--Study and teaching (Secondary)
student projects; term papers
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