In this course, we are focusing on the theme of “Ways of Knowing: Strategies of Inquiry.”Students will integrate the concepts of relationality and relational accountability to navigate Evergreen while developing frameworks and tools to thrive in college and community. This course is designed to support college success by developing a sense of identity as an Evergreen student, identifying worldviews, practicing strategies that foster college success across different dimensions of wellness, develop relationship-building strategies that foster both personal and academic growth, and implementing learning and metacognitive (reflective thinking) strategies to facilitate academic achievement and support others in their academic journeys. This course is online, with synchronous (zoom/canvas class time) 3 hours and asynchronous (on your own) learning 1 hour.
If interested in the Native Pathways Program (NPP) linked courses, please see World of Writing (WoW) and Introduction to Environmental History for a program of 12 credits. NPPLinked courses are separate courses that intersect and build upon each other, taught by NPP faculty
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Classes meet every Tuesday from 1:30pm - 4:00pm