Page 9 - ETerm 2013 Course Listing

independent conferences, and participate in the development of individualized education programs. Students will
keep a daily reflective journal blog and prepare a notebook that includes observations and school-related
information. Evaluation will be based on successful completion of these components.
ED*E299*27
Ocean Camp: Ocean Wildlife and Water Conservation Teaching through Service-Learning
Genell D. Lewis-Ferrell
Prerequisites: None
Open To: All Students
Grading System: Option
Max. Enrollment: 12
Meeting Time:
weeks 1, 2, 4: M Tu W Th 10:00am-2:00pm plus field trips; week 3: DHAR
Students will research, prepare, and teach curriculum about ocean wildlife and water conservation in order to teach
one week at Ocean Camp in Gulf Shores, Alabama for children ranging in ages from seven to sixteen. Through
this course, students will gain a knowledge of the natural resources in southern Alabama, understand and
participate in the processes of service-learning, and develop an understanding of pedagogy and curriculum that
promotes children learning. The culminating project that recounts experiences will utilize classroom technology
used in current public schools. Students participating in this experience will be responsible for transportation and
off-campus expenses such as a research trip to the Georgia Aquarium, the Ocean Camp dormitory fees, gas, and
food; estimated at approximately $500 for the four week term. Students from all majors and disciplines interested
in ocean wildlife and water conservation, service-learning, and working with children are encouraged to participate.
Estimated Student Fees: $500
ED*E499*28
Ocean Camp: Ocean Wildlife and Water Conservation Teaching through Service-Learning – Senior Project
Genell D. Lewis-Ferrell
Prerequisites: None
Open To: Senior Collaborative Education Majors
Grading System: Letter
Max. Enrollment: 12
Meeting Time:
weeks 1, 2, 4: M Tu W Th 10:00am-2:00pm plus field trips; week 3: DHAR
Students will research, prepare, and teach curriculum about ocean wildlife and water conservation in order to teach
one week at Ocean Camp in Gulf Shores, Alabama for children ranging in ages from seven to sixteen. Through
this course, students will gain a knowledge of the natural resources in southern Alabama, understand and
participate in the processes of service-learning, and develop an understanding of pedagogy and curriculum that
promotes children learning. The culminating project that recounts experiences will utilize classroom technology
used in current public schools. Students participating in this experience will be responsible for transportation and
off-campus expenses such as a research trip to the Georgia Aquarium, the Ocean Camp dormitory fees, gas, and
food; estimated at approximately $500 for the four-week term. Students from all majors and disciplines interested
in ocean wildlife and water conservation, service learning, and working with children are encouraged to participate.
Students receiving credit for the senior project in Collaborative Education must receive IRB approval for their project
and complete a research paper and presentation.
Estimated Student Fees: $500
ED*E499*29
Senior Project in Educational Services
Genell Lewis-Ferrell and Kelly Russell
Prerequisites:
Ed. Services Major
Open To: Senior Ed. Services Majors
Grading System: Letter
Max. Enrollment: 10