Sep 29, 2022  
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ENST 275 - Environmental Interpretation I

4 Credit(s)
The purpose of this course is to define, describe, and expand “interpretation” as a communication process in environmental education. Students will practice preparing and delivering interpretive programs that are enjoyable, thematic, organized, and relative, balance the scientific bases of such programs with the artistic delivery of the same programs rendering them “compelling”, recount measures by which the interpretive process might impact the very resource areas that the same educational process was designed to protect, and explain how the instruction of what is in the environment might lead the learner to love and protect that environment. Students will be assessed through three short oral interpretive talks, exams, essay, and an interpretive group project. $900 Course Fee.

Prerequisite(s): BIOB 170  and GEO 103 .
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