Tag Archives: Environmental Earth Science

Earth Science with a twist

In addition to be the campus director, I also teach SCI 155 – Environmental Earth Science.  We manage to cover all of those topics any introductory earth science should cover (you know…rocks, minerals, plate tectonics, earthquakes, climate etc….).  But, I also like to assign a book for class discussion that may not make it onto […]

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Creating New Connections in the Classroom

By: Julianna Pratt, ’16 // Early Childhood and Elementary Education One difference about my academic experience in Dublin is the opportunities that we get to explore and immerse within our classes. This semester definitely tops my college experience in terms of academic classes. The teachers in the Champlain Abroad Dublin program are all nothing short of […]

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