Sep 29, 2022  
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ENST 475 - Environmental Interpretation II

4 Credit(s)
Students will further develop their skills to become professional environmental interpreters. In this class, students will examine key examples of the literature of environmental interpretation and the contributions of selected, significant naturalists from the late 18th century to present. In addition, this course teaches advanced creative approaches to methods for establishing effective programming featuring environmental themes. It addresses specific techniques for diverse audiences, especially those fostering science education, natural history, wildlife, and ecology topics. Students will be assessed through a 45-minute oral interpretive talk based on a shadowing experience that takes place throughout the block and a large group interpretive project.

Prerequisite(s): ENST 275 .
(spring)



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