The Achievements of Environmental Education

Explore multiple EE outcomes -- youth development, critical thinking, school achievement, in addition to environmental knowledge and behaviors. Find support for your program outcomes in research summaries and in the work of fellow students. Diagram a conceptual model for how activities lead to intended outcomes. 

Final assignment: Write a 1-2 page paper on how EE achieves a particular outcome.

Work load is estimated at 3-4 hours per week. This is a non-credit course; Cornell will issue a certificate of completion to students who complete the assignments.

Sponsored by EECapacity and Cornell University. 

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Course will be offered in Fall 2016 - Dates to be announced!

Estimated Workload:

3-4 hours per week

Course Requirements:

Valid Email Address

Currently closed for credit

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