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Wildlife Prairie State Park: Experience Local Ecology : 

Wildlife Prairie State Park: Experience Local Ecology Michelle R. Edgcomb C&I 578 Fall 2009

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More foreign than a rainforest?

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Potential of Parks Entertainment Conservation Education

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Activity one: Prescriptive design for ecology educators Activity two: Descriptive design for middle school students

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Audience one Educators Grades 7-12 Ecology Environmental Science

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. . . that does not require reading a single sign Challenge: Design a learning experience. . .

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Camouflage Extirpation Habitat design Predator/prey

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Audience two Students Grades 7-8 Local ecology

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Collect and record data Features of organisms Environmental structure Interest in prairie ecosystem Adaptations of native species Influence of humans on ecosystem Measure distribution plants or animals Record adaptations/ behaviors of native species Visually and verbally show human impact

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Ethogram Quadrant study Journal Video Short story

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Is this normal deer behavior to you? Filming a fawn in the park

References : 

References Kearsley, G. (2009). Theory into Practice Database, The Theories. Retrieved October 4, 2009 from http://tip.psychology.org/theories.html Landa, L. (1983). Theories of learning and instruction: An analysis of their relationships and interactions. In C. M. Reigeluth (Ed.) Instructional-design theories and models: An Overview of their current status (pp. 56-68). Reigeluth, C. (1983) Instructional design: What is it and why is it? In C. M. Reigeluth (Ed.) Instructional-design theories and models: An Overview of their current status (pp. 56-68).

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Friday Family Prairie, outside of Byron, IL, September 2009 Wildlife Prairie State Park, outside of Peoria, IL, October 2009 Picture Locales

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