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Master of Environmental Education Plan Bs and Master of Education; Environmental Education Concentration Theses  [59]

Persistent link to this collection: https://hdl.handle.net/11299/185746


This collection contains the final works produced by master's degree students in the Master of Environmental Education graduate program or in the Master of Education; Environmental Education Concentration graduate program as part of their requirements to graduate.

Please note that the Master of Education; Environmental Education Concentration graduate program transitioned into the Master of Environmental Education (MEEd) graduate program in late 2011. Students in the program at the time were given the option to either continue in their original program or switch to the MEEd program.

In the Master of Education; Environmental Education Concentration program, final works were generally called "theses," although they were not technically theses according to the standards of the Graduate School of the University of Minnesota Duluth. In the new MEEd program, final works were called "Plan Bs," or "research-based projects," which fits with the official Graduate School terminology. Thus while some items in this collection call themselves "theses," they are not part of a Plan A (thesis) graduate program.


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McEnroe, Therese K (2021-04)
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Bruno, Alexis L (2021-12-15)
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Visitor Maps, Wayfinding, Place Meaning: Daisetsuzan National Park of Hokkaido, Japan

Blanco, Jeremy (2021-04)
Daisetsuzan National Park of Hokkaido, Japan, is the largest national park in Japan and has unique biodiversity. Upon entry, visitors must understand wayfinding information, and the park wants to ensure visitors receive ...

Duluth Area Teachers’ Perceptions of Nonformal Environmental Education Programs

Wilmoth, Emily (2018-05)
This study examined Duluth area (Minnesota, USA) elementary school teachers’ perceptions regarding the school-based environmental education (EE) programs provided by the non-profit organization Hawk Ridge Bird ...

Creating Connection to Nature: A Curriculum Project Combining Interpretation with Adventure Education

Bartels, Trisha (2019-10-14)
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