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View Resource Modeling Energy Dynamics in Everyday Life

This course, created by Kathleen Perillo and Bill Monroe of Clark College, combines environmental science and math in a project-based, group-oriented class. Interpretation and analysis of graphs and models are implemented while exploring topics such as energy consumption and conservation. This website provides examples of mathematically based labs dealing with environmental issues, as well as...

View Resource Rivers of Identity: The Nature of Being Human

Seattle Central Community College offers this course on the biodiversity of the Pacific Northwest. The course aims to help students understand how environmental justice affects their lives, cultural communities, and identities. Each week?s class has a section in which mathematical concepts are used to understand and organize the information learned about. This is an 18-credit course that a...

View Resource Learn-and-serve Environmental Anthropology Field (LEAF) School

Created by Thomas Murphy and Kerrie Murphy of Edmonds Community College, this lesson describes the LEAF School, which combines academic instruction employing service-learning with an AmeriCorps program so that students earn college credit scholarships while working with tribes, businesses, governments, and non-profits to make fishing, farming and forestry more sustainable. Here, visitors will...

View Resource The Mathematics of Change

Activities presented at a 1993 conference focused on change and reform, with notes on the type of technology represented and the level for which each is intended.

View Resource Mathematics Across the Community College Curriculum

Most people might be aware that mathematics finds its way into a number of instructional programs and courses that are most decidedly not focused on this important discipline. Math is present in a wide range of courses, ranging from fashion design to sociology. Led by The American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) along with a number of community colleges (including Miami...

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