Developing and teaching a blended course on Iroquois cultural botany

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Abstract

The final project for my MALS program in Ethnobotany was researching, developing and teaching a course on Iroquois Cultural Botany. The course was intended to be a culmination of my degree program. The course content integrated learning from all of the previous electives in my program. The course, interdisciplinary in nature, was offered as part of the 2007 Adirondack Environmental Studies Residency at Raquette Lake, NY. Students also participated through the college's Angel learning system. My planning for the final project began in 2006 in anticipation of the fall 2007 term. My thoughts, experiences and observations in developing a course syllabus and teaching the course are contained in my reflective paper.

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  • Drew Monthie

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