ENVHLTH 102_Global Env Hlth_Tom_Sp12_Syll(2)

ENVHLTH 102_Global Env Hlth_Tom_Sp12_Syll(2) - SL ENVHLTH...

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SL ENVHLTH 102/ SL HLTHST 102 GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH (Spring 2012) SERVICE LEARNING LABORATORY Boise State University – Environmental and Occupational Health Program Service Learning Lab ENVHLTH 102/HLTHST 102 GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH College of Health Sciences Department of Community and Environmental Health Lecture: Tuesday and Thursday 4:40p.m. to 5:55 p.m. Location: Math/Geoscience Building, Room 113 COURSE DIRECTOR: Tom Turco, M.S., REHS Phone/email: 426-3908, thomasturco@boisestate.edu Office: Health Sciences Riverside, Room 121 LEARNING OUTCOMES: A. At the conclusion of this course students involved in the SL project with Agency for New Americans will be able to. .. 1* …demonstrate an understanding of cultural and environmental differences encountered by refugee populations in the United States; 2* ...organize and sythesize gathered cultural and environmental information related to your reflections of the refugee experience in a journal and electronic discussion board format; 3* …facilitate open discussion forums among undergraduate students in a classroom setting in an effort to promote critical thinking concerning cultural and envrionmental issues encountered by refugee populations; 4* …organize and sythesize opinions and ideas among undergraduate students concerning the refugee experience in a journal and electronic discussion board format; 5* …develop an educational poster to promote awareness of the refugee experience for presentation at an appropriate service learning forum; B. At the conclusion of this course students involved in the SL project related to Water Consumption, Recycling and the No riding zone on BSU will be able to. .. …demonstrate an understanding of cultural and environmental differences related to water consumption reduction, recycling on campus and appropriate safety associated with clean energy alternatives on the Boise State Campus. ...organize and sythesize gathered cultural and environmental information related to your reflections of the experience related to water consumption reduction, recycling on campus and appropriate safety associated with clean energy alternatives in a journal and electronic discussion board format; …facilitate open discussion forums among undergraduate students in a classroom setting in an effort to promote critical thinking concerning cultural and envrionmental Spring 2012 Page 1
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SL ENVHLTH 102/ SL HLTHST 102 GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH (Spring 2012) SERVICE LEARNING LABORATORY Boise State University – Environmental and Occupational Health Program issues related to water consumption reduction, recycling on campus and appropriate safety associated with clean energy alternatives.
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