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Native Am Culture/Education

INT 239-801
07:00 PM
11:59 PM
10-05-2015 – 12-11-2015
0 (Capacity: 0)
3 credit hours
Patricia Gridley

Course Description

This Interdisciplinary study course meets the SUNY Gen Ed guidelines for Other World Civilizations. The course includes a 10-week on-line component and culminates in a week-long, on-site service learning experience at the Seminole Tribe of Florida school in Big Cypress, Florida. Students will explore past and present perspectives of the Seminole culture to facilitate intercultural exploration and understanding. Service learning opportunities include but are not limited to in-class tutoring of children (pre-K through 12th grade), implementation of a week-long art program, and special programming for the library, computer lab, reading rooms, and physical education classes. May be used as a Liberal Arts or free elective or to satisfy Honors study requirements. Fall only with one week travel duiring January Intersession


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