CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterSpring_2014
Registration IDEDUCB285001
Course TitleEcologies of Minds and Communi
Credit1.00
DepartmentEducation
InstructorCohen,Jody
Time And DaysMW 12:10pm-1:30pm
Room LocationGOB
Lab Sections
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1176
This course will attend to students’ distinctive ways of seeing and being in the world, in the context of communitarian questions of identity, access, and power. How can we re-imagine ecological literacy more deeply and fruitfully with and for diverse students and communities?
Approach: Cross-Cultural Analysis (CC);, ; Haverford: Social Science (SO)
Enrollment Limit: 18; Limited to 360 Participants. This Eco-Literacy
360° cluster considers our participation in the environment from the
perspectives of economics, education, and various forms of literary
and visual expression. Our goal is to develop a vocabulary for
thinking, feeling and talking about the ways in which the places we
live affect each of us, and how each of us affects the places we live.
We are particularly interested in how the resources of economics,
education and creative expression, as well as the intersections among
these disciplines, might help us understand and convey our
understandings in insightful and inciting ways to others, to engage in
what radical literacy activist Paulo Friere calls “re-writing” or
transforming the world. Application due November 6th: https://brynmawr.wufoo.com/forms/360a-preregistration-ecoliteracy/
Miscellaneous LinksDepartmental Homepage
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CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterSpring_2014
Registration IDEDUCB285001
Course TitleEcologies of Minds and Communi
Credit1.00
DepartmentEnvironmental Studies
InstructorCohen,Jody
Time And DaysMW 12:10pm-1:30pm
Room LocationGOB
Lab Sections
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1176
This course will attend to students’ distinctive ways of seeing and being in the world, in the context of communitarian questions of identity, access, and power. How can we re-imagine ecological literacy more deeply and fruitfully with and for diverse students and communities?
Approach: Cross-Cultural Analysis (CC);, ; Haverford: Social Science (SO)
Enrollment Limit: 18; Limited to 360 Participants. This Eco-Literacy
360° cluster considers our participation in the environment from the
perspectives of economics, education, and various forms of literary
and visual expression. Our goal is to develop a vocabulary for
thinking, feeling and talking about the ways in which the places we
live affect each of us, and how each of us affects the places we live.
We are particularly interested in how the resources of economics,
education and creative expression, as well as the intersections among
these disciplines, might help us understand and convey our
understandings in insightful and inciting ways to others, to engage in
what radical literacy activist Paulo Friere calls “re-writing” or
transforming the world. Application due November 6th: https://brynmawr.wufoo.com/forms/360a-preregistration-ecoliteracy/
Miscellaneous LinksDepartmental Homepage
Book Prices




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