Urban Environmental Education

How to use environmental education to foster urban sustainability and human well-being? This course will review relevant theory, curricula, and inspirational practical stories to help you improve your own urban environmental educational program.

This non-credit course is useful for educators and leaders in community centers, schools, museums, zoos, universities, urban ecology centers and other organizations that involve urban residents in environmental education.

Cornell will issue an electronic certificate to participants who will complete course assignments. This 4-week course requires 6 hrs of work per week.

Sponsored by EECapacity and Cornell University.

Photo Credit: Alex Kudryavtsev

***Registration has closed for this course.

Dates: 2016-01-04 00:00:00 to 2016-01-31 00:00:00 Course Size:


Estimated Workload:

6 hours per week

Course Facilitator:

Alex Kudryavtsev (ak383@cornell.edu)

Currently closed for credit

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