Self-Assessment of Knowledge
What are your greatest strengths in Knowledge as indicated by your self-assessment?
My greatest strengths were with Humans and their Societies and Environment and Society. I
also did well on the Living Environment.
OE 310 HW and Discussions
Id have to say the strongest influence my behavior most from environmental sensitivity. I grew
up in the woods and along lakes and streams with role models or in the inner city. Ive seen the
best, most pristine place
As a result
will be able
Decision Making Traps
I feel like over confidence is a deadly trap and Ive seen it time and time again in the
field. Last year in the Outdoor Skills class winter camping expedition, there was a certain
personality that was overly assert
OE 310 2.2
Read The NEETF Environmental Knowledge Survey located in the D2L Content. Complete the
survey yourself. Make copies and administer it to five other people.
Complete the Data Collection Chart (located in D2L content) and then cut and paste it in
OE 310 3.2
Short Activity: "Activity Review"
Review the following five activities.
Good Oak from the Leopold Education Project
Microtrek Treasure Hunt from Project WILD
Dragonfly Pond from Project WILD Aquatic
400 Acre Woods from Project Learn
OE 310 4.2
Short Activity: "EE Job"
Explore the job posting sites above. Select one entry-level position that you are interested in. You
may either focus on a post-bachelors degree position (recommended) or focus on searching for
Rubric- Project Wild, Too Close for Comfort
Objective: As a result of this lesson, 90% students will score a 5 on the rubric by describing four
possible negative consequences for people and wildlife under conditions of crowding, and
identify four w
OE 310 6.4
1. In your own words, define environmental education.
Environmental Education is formal or non -formal education used to inspire, involve, and inform
the public of different environmental issues, topics, and solutions. This teaching
Environmental Knowledge Quiz:
2001 NEETF/Roper Starch Worldwide National Report Card
1. There are many different kinds of animals and plants, and they live in many different
types of environments. What is the word used to describe this idea?
BHSU Outdoor Education Lesson Plan Format (Aligned with BHSU
College of Education Format)
PART A: PLANNING
Grade or Age Level: _7th_
Audience: # Students _25_
# IEP Students _3_
# ELL Students: _2_ # High Ability Students