Introduction to Outdoor Education (ENVMT 8)

I went on a field trip to the Sunol Regional Wilderness today for my Introduction to Outdoor Education class. The course offered by Merritt College in Oakland teaches students about different methods of interpretation and instruction for future educators, rangers and naturalists or anyone simply interested. This was the last outing, but it was an amazing class. We had field trips where we met different Bay Area naturalists and viewed their skill and craft in practice. Lectures about the principals of interpretation and good story telling. Work that led to practical self education into the field of outdoor education. Taught by Nancy Ceridwyn and Robin Freeman at the Self Reliant House at Merritt College, Introduction to Outdoor Education is an excellent way to survey the craft and begin the path into the field.

Anotado por greenrosettas greenrosettas, 14 de abril de 2013 a las 08:32 PM

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Milenrama Eurasiática (Achillea millefolium)

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Jacinto del Desierto (Dipterostemon capitatus)

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Flor de Mono Naranja (Diplacus aurantiacus)

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Cola de Alacrán Amarilla (Amsinckia menziesii)

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Veza de Invierno (Vicia villosa)

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Ganado Vacuno (Bos taurus)

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Mariposa Parche Rojo (Euphydryas chalcedona)

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Cola de Alacrán Amarilla (Amsinckia menziesii)

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Hongos de Saco, Levaduras Y Parientes (Filo Ascomycota)

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Abril 13, 2013

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That's just a bunch of blueschist!

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Found in the water of Alameda Creek.

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Cebadilla Ratonera (Hordeum murinum)

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Margaritas, Achicorias, Cardos Y Parientes (Familia Asteraceae)

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Abril 13, 2013

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Almost looked like a goldfields or some kind of buttercup, but the leaves looked like a lotus.

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Pino de Brea (Pinus coulteri)

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Abril 13, 2013

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I always get them mixed up, is this gray pine or Coulter pine.

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Amapola de California (Eschscholzia californica)

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I can't remember what these are called.

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Carpintero Bellotero (Melanerpes formicivorus)

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Had a field trip to the Sunol Regional Wilderness today for my Introduction to Outdoor Education class. The course offered by Merritt College in Oakland teaches students about different methods of interpretation and instruction for future educators, rangers and naturalists or anyone simply interested. This was the last outing, but it was an amazing class.

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Encino Verde (Quercus agrifolia)

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Abril 13, 2013

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I went on a field trip to the Sunol Regional Wilderness today for my Introduction to Outdoor Education class. The course offered by Merritt College in Oakland teaches students about different methods of interpretation and instruction for future educators, rangers and naturalists or anyone simply interested. This was the last outing, but it was an amazing class. We had field trips where we met different Bay Area naturalists and viewed their skill and craft in practice. Lectures about the principals of interpretation and good story telling. Work that led to practical self education into the field of outdoor education. Taught by Nancy Ceridwyn and Robin Freeman at the Self Reliant House at Merritt College, Introduction to Outdoor Education is an excellent way to survey the craft and begin the path into the field.

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