terri plake

Science

Northwest Indian College

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Water, Agriculture, and Sustainability part of Water, Agriculture, Sustainability
Water is the most critical substance for the sustenance of life, but the prognosis for the quality and supply of water resources in much of the world is somewhere between troubling and dire. This module provides a ...

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Water, Agriculture, and Sustainability part of Water, Agriculture, Sustainability
Water is the most critical substance for the sustenance of life, but the prognosis for the quality and supply of water resources in much of the world is somewhere between troubling and dire. This module provides a ...

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"I don't know what I don't know" part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Teaching Environmental Justice: Interdisciplinary Approaches:Essays
Terri Plake, , Northwest Indian College "I don't know what I don't know," is often on my mind as I teach students at the tribal college in the Pacific Northwest. I believe that I learn as much ...

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Terri Plake: Using Water, Agriculture, and Sustainability in Hydrology: Sacred Waters at Northwest Indian College part of Water, Agriculture, Sustainability
A Success Story in Building Student Engagement I teach at a tribal college in the Pacific Northwest. The module was piloted in an introductory hydrology course that focuses on our local hydrologic systems with emphasis on salmonid habitat. The course is an elective for the Bachelors Degree in Native Environmental Science and taken by students interested mainly in natural resource management. Class size is generally 5-8 students, however the module was piloted in a class with only 2 students enrolled.

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