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Moral, Civic, and Environmental Education (ENVRES 255)


An examination of the conceptual foundations that underlie moral, civic, and environmental action in contemporary society, and the social, cognitive, and motivational capacities that make possible constructive participation. The course will discuss both in-school and beyond-schools ways in which young people can be educated for informed and constructive participation. Among the educational methods to be considered will be narrative treatments of exemplary figures in the moral, civic, and environmental domains.

UG Minor, UG Minor Teaching and Learning, DAPS, LDT, LDT Learning Content, DAPS Additional courses offered by DAPS faculty
Course Focus: 
Out-of-School Learning, Philosophy
Masters, Undergraduate, Doctoral