diane maygarden

Earth and Environmental Sciences

University of New Orleans

Workshop Participant, Website Contributor

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Course Modules (6)

Module 1: The Societies and Economics of Coastal Regions part of Coastal Processes, Hazards and Society
In this module, students will begin exploring coastal cities around the world using Google Earth and other online tools. They will examine data on vulnerability to coastal flooding in these places and consider ...

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Courses (2)

Coastal Processes, Hazards and Society part of Coastal Processes, Hazards and Society
This blended and online course will provide students with a global perspective of coastal landscapes, the processes responsible for their formation, diversity, and change over time, as well as societal responses to ...

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Coastal Processes, Hazards, and Society part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Coastal Hazards, Risk, and Environmental Justice:Courses
This online course will provide students with a global perspective of coastal landscapes, the processes responsible for their formation, diversity, and change over time, as well as societal responses to current ...

Other Contributions (2)

Faculty Reflection: Diane Maygarden part of Integrate:Program Design:Implementation Programs:Penn State University:Faculty Reflections
University of New Orleans Course(s): Coastal Processes, Hazards and Society (taught online at UNO, as Earth 107 materials through PSU website) A Success Story in Programmatic Change The class was taught 100% ...

Mark Kulp, Dinah Maygarden, and Ioannis Georgiou: Coastal Processes, Hazards and Society at the University of New Orleans part of Coastal Processes, Hazards and Society
This course provides a global perspective of coastal landscapes, the processes responsible for their formation, diversity, and change through time, as well as societal responses to changes in the coastal zones of the planet. Active learning elements include analyzing real data sets and applying critical thinking and problem-solving skills to real-world coastal issues that affect human populations. Students must complete a capstone project in which they consider a real-world coastal issue from a list of approved cities.

Communities

Member of the National Association of Geoscience Teachers
Southeastern Section, Teacher Education Division

Workshop Participant