Emergency Management Statement. IMPORTANT: Outdoor classroom experiences have inherent risks. Teacher-participants are expected to adhere and contribute to a safe environment including but not limited to alerting the instructor to concerns. Safety first. Safety is a team effort.
- Wear appropriate clothes and shoes.
- Be prepared for 10 – 30 minute mild walks on sidewalks, grass, and trails.
- Be comfortable for lectures. Sessions are only two hours. Suggestion: make a preventive pit-stop.
Equipment: A camera is a must! An iPhone or equivalent is sufficient. Also, the ability to get onto the web will be helpful.
Academic Participation and Integrity: This course encourages cohort learning. This implies working together, sharing ideas, and committing to others’ success. Don’t do others’ work for them or plagiarize. Not only is it unprofessional, doing others’ work steals their education.
ADA Statement: Students with medical, psychological, learning or other disabilities desiring academic adjustments, accommodations or auxiliary aids should contact Candace Penrod, Salt Lake District
Disclaimer: Information contained in this syllabus, is subject to change. Please check with the course website www.earthscienceeducation.org for all details and especially last-minute notice of meeting places.