Course Catalog


Found 2 courses.


Gender Tea
Eyva Winet, 1st Semester 2019-20
Sanctuary B20 : Wed 13:50-14:30; Fri 13:50-14:30

UE - Personal Growth / 0.25

Gender Tea
Is the gender binary getting you down? How about the gender hierarchy? Tired of other people telling you what your identity is or should be or that your doing it wrong? Want to drink tea and chat with other rad people who want to talk about gender, sex and sexuality in a safe and supportive space? Want to imagine space where all bodies are safe, free and celebrated? Want to work toward creating that here and now? Everyone is welcome and encouraged to come as long as you can agree to the safety norms grown in the group.

We will also be reading books this semester. Talk to Eyva about Health or other kinds of credit.

Susan Barth, 1st Semester 2019-20
Room #B3 : Tue/Thu 12:20-13:45

HE - Health Education HS / 0.5

We will be exploring deeper meaning and connections within your physical, mental and social well being and how to relate them to yourself, those close to you and your local and global communities. You will gain a holistic understanding of how to recognize when aspects of your health are out of balance, how to create safe practices surrounding your health and the choices you make. We will explore what is needed to keep your body, identity and community healthy. We will work on positive goal setting around your health and aspects that may affect it. You will create ways in which you can empower yourself in your own health and take positive action.

Communicating Ideas in Health
Students will be able to share and teach information that they have gathered on issues of importance for their own health.
Intro to the Adam Project, including Service Learning.
The student can create traditional presentations of information. i.e. research posters and/or presentations
The student can create non-traditional presentations of information. i.e. artistic responses, games, coloring books, comic books, technology, etc.
The student can communicate understanding to peers, experts and laypersons.
The student will use technology to communicate, educate and call to action for conservation projects. This will include websites, blogs, social media etc.