Students in Animals and Society have designed and created content for this website addressing issues about nonhuman animals.
Students brainstormed a list of qualities that might only belong to humans, then spent the week researching if any nonhuman animals had these qualities also. Here is the list of the qualities we thought of and what we learned.
When pedagogically appropriate, I seek to bring project based learning and community partnerships to the classroom. This blog highlights those projects.
Zines were an important medium for spreading social movement ideas throughout the 70’s, 80’s. and 90’s. Students conducted research on a social movement or social movement campaign of their choice and wrote a zine from the perspective of that movement. Take a peek and learn!
The final presentation is on Wednesday December 7th! More to come!
Students partnered with the Arts Center of St. Peter to design one program for students who are home schooled and another for people who are retired.
This semester students partnered with Feeding Our Communities Partners, The 410 Project, and an at risk youth program to develop all new programs and assessments for the people they serve.
This semester students worked with the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota (ACLU-MN) and Feeding Our Communities Partners. Click on the title of the paper to read the final project.