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Course Syllabus Design


As a sociologist, my research centers on environmental justice and the relationship between education quality, child development, and nature education. This is a portfolio of sample courses I have designed and would like to teach someday. All courses are suited for undergraduate and graduate studies and can be adapted for both in-person and online learning formats


Special Topics: Implications of Environmental Racism in Early Childhood Development


This interdisciplinary course delves into the complex relationship between environmental racism and early childhood developmental psychology. Environmental racism refers to the disproportionate burden of environmental hazards and pollution faced by marginalized communities, particularly those of racial and ethnic minorities. This course examines how these environmental injustices impact young children's cognitive, emotional, and physical development.

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Tropical Leaves

Leaky Faucets: School Infrastructure as Sites for Environmental Injustice


This interdisciplinary course delves into the complex relationship between educational institutions and environmental injustice. Through critical analysis, historical exploration, and case studies, students will understand how schools, as societal institutions, can inadvertently contribute to environmental disparities that disproportionately affect marginalized communities.

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Fern Leaves

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Tropical Leaves
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