Looking for a unique and flexible learning experience this summer?
Look no further than our immersive learning class, NREM497: Environmental Education and Community Engagement! This hybrid course runs for just five weeks in the first summer block and includes virtual Zoom meetings for most weeks.
In this class, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with our community partners, including the Ross Community Center, Ball State's Rinard Orchid Greenhouse, and Christy Woods, to develop creative and age-appropriate curricula and hands-on activities focused on environmental education.
Ultimately, you will conduct a five-day summer camp for students in grades K-5, which offers a fun and engaging way to dive deeper into the course material. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to expand your skills and knowledge!
For more information, contact Bowen Zhang, Department of Environment, Geology, and Natural Resources.
For a course flyer with more information, click here.