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1 L1:Introduction EDUCATIONALPHILOSOPHY: William Ellery Channing ,1837 Not stamp Professors mind on student, but stir up their own thoughts and questions. Not teach inflexible dogma or set knowledge, but inspire love for truth. Encourage desire to pursue creative research.
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2 Albert Einstein Imagination is more important than knowledge Knowledge is finite ,while imagination has no bounds Course Objectives Study Earth as a living system. Develop a modest acquaintance of complex interactions between society and solving environmental problems. Think critically about the major environmental problems we face today.
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3 BIG QUESTIONS Why change occurs?
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Unformatted text preview: How change occurs? What change will occur? What is the impact of change? Important Aspects of Change Normal Necessary Anxiety Producing Deliberate Predictable Easy or hard to recognize 4 TYPES OF CHANGE:HUMAN SCALE Gradual :normal,expected Sudden :new conditions are established. Accelerating : May be difficult to deal with. Surprising:Come out of the blue. Complex and linked:Chaos,Self organized criticality. ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE Film: Rise and Fall of Great Lakes : * Think about past,present ,and future change and role of people,all to square dance of nature 5...
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