Courses tagged with "Canvas.net" (469)
This course provides tools to help caring professionals enhance professional caring practices in everyday work environments. Learners will be introduced to Watson’s Caring Science. Exploration and learning related to key concepts will be supported through the introduction of mindfulness practice, reflective narrative, and contemplative art. Asynchronous discussion, moderated by a team of educators knowledgeable in Caring Science, will provide a forum for ongoing interaction and discovery among participants during each four-week class session. Participants who complete all of the course learning modules will earn certificates of completion.
Food is such an important part of everyone's daily lives. We want to celebrate the nutrition, health, and well-being that it can provide. We are going to travel around the globe, exploring foods that have shown to keep people healthy, often for generations. Then we will experiment in our kitchens to include these great foods in our recipes, meals, and lifestyles.
With the industrial, technical, and commercial market becoming more and more global, it is imperative that writers understand the importance of writing for a worldwide market. Become aware of, and consider how to prepare and write for multiple languages to reach diverse populations, cultures, and communities through this course.
How will climate change affect the availability of water in the Western United States—where water is already the most precious natural resource? What water management challenges does the Western U.S. face? How do we manage natural disasters like drought, wildfire, and flooding? This course engages participants with cutting-edge science in exploring these and other questions about the intersection of climate change and water management in the West. This course: Provides an introduction to the topic of water in the West Highlights challenges of water management using the Colorado River Basin as the premier example Reviews and evaluates flooding, drought, wildfires, and interactions between these natural disasters using the Boulder Creek Watershed as an example Provides an educational context for these broad topics and introduces educators to resources and teaching approaches for their classrooms Join the discussion about the Colorado River Basin with Dr. Doug Kenney, director of the Western Water Policy Program at University of Colorado Boulder and Jeff Lukas, senior researcher at Western Water Assessment, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory. We will discuss drought, wildfire, and flooding in a Colorado case study to examine the issue of water timing and distribution as influenced by climate change. Dr. Brian Ebel, Colorado School of Mines, Dr. Jeff Writer, University of Colorado Boulder, and Dr. Sheila Murphy, USGS, will also participate as content experts. This course is co-funded by Learn More About Climate, a program of the University of Colorado Boulder Office for University Outreach, and by the NASA-funded Inspiring Climate Education Excellence (ICEE) project.
College Algebra Prep will get you ready for College Algebra. We will cover the prerequisite algebra topics, study skills, success skills, and things you need to know about electronic homework systems, to be successful in college algebra. You will supply the drive and commitment to make this a successful course for you.