Paul Michael Bocko, MS

Project Director, Horatio Colony Project
Office of Academic Affairs

Adjunct Faculty
Department of Education

Courses Taught

Connecting Curriculum and Communities – Students learn how to intentionally weave citizenship into learning and develop a service-learning unit.

Academic Advising – Counsel and supervise practicing experienced teachers to complete practicum, research, and Master’s Project hours in pursuit of a M.Ed. in Educating for Sustainability.

Real World Learning – is a course developed to provide experienced and pre-service teachers the opportunity to learn how to develop classroom curriculum that is authentic, meaningful, and relevant.

Practicum Seminar – Advised and evaluated fifteen students per semester completing internships.

Experiential Education: Learning in Meaningful Contexts was a class crafted to guide students to explore the theory and practice of experiential learning.

Curriculum Design: Environmental Education (co-teacher) provided students with the opportunity to develop interdisciplinary programs to be implemented in public schools, nature centers, and museums.

Environmental Education Methods: Public Schools – Course designed to guide K-12 teachers through designing and completing an environmental project.

Environmental Education Methods: Service-Learning – Course designed to guide teachers to prepare and execute a project that provides a service to the community while meeting curriculum standards.