|Employer:||University of South Florida|
|Occupation:||Science Education Instructor and PhD Candidate|
I'm currently researching an education-friendly definition of environmental literacy called essential ecoliteracy, something that might also be called "earth smarts". It is based on what we, as individuals, communities or nations, need to know in order to maintain or improve our quality of life.
- a Masters in Marine Science, studying rockfish (Sebastes spp.) sound production
- a Masters in Arts, focusing on science journalism
- presently a PhD candidate in science education, studying ecoliteracy
- essential ecoliteracy, or "earth smarts"
- sound production in rockfishes (Sebastes spp.)
- science education and socioscientific issues
- sailing, sea kayaking, scuba diving and hiking
I hoping to use the wiki format to gather input on ecoliteracy from all over the world, so I'm interested in its use as a collaborative research tool. In this sense, the Wiki might be considered a knowledge gatherer or discussion facilitator, in addition to its more traditional role disseminating knowledge.
Feedback & Notes from my WikiNeighbours
Welcome to eL4C32
- Hello and welcome to eL4C32, a free online Learning4Content wiki skills workshop.
- You may wish to check the schedule of the workshop, introduce yourself, and check the list of participants.
- Whenever you have the time, click on each of the above links and/or start ahead of time with the Pre-Work and Day 1 activities.
- Enjoy the workshop :-)
- Your facilitators:
(: Welcome Bryan, You have joined the workshop half-way through. It looks like you have been practising so you should not have a hard time catching up. Please let me know if you have any questions. Cheers Rob Kruhlak 22:09, 29 November 2009 (UTC))
(: Nice work. You have it well in hand already. I have certified you as Apprentice level 2. I added a / to your sandbox. Rob Kruhlak 03:44, 4 December 2009 (UTC))