Ecology for Teachers
Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-0
Labs, field trips and inquiry activities will explore the major ecosystems in British Columbia as a focus for instruction. Topics include the natural history of plants and animals, the ecology of communities and ecosystems, and human impacts emphasizing the Pacific Northwest. Intended to provide teachers with information and skills to explore the outdoor environment as a focus for instruction: to plan and organize field trips, teach nature appreciation, inquiry techniques, ecology concepts and stewardship.
Note: Credit will be granted for only one of 453, EDUC 433.
Formerly: EDUC 433
Undergraduate course offered by the Faculty of Education.