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Record identifier : 565917
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Granack, Laura Imbur
Title and statement of responsibility : Michigan Salmon in the Classroom: A fisheries and watershed education curriculum developed by assessing the concerns of education and fisheries stakeholders [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Michigan State University, 2001
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : M.S.
Body granting the degree : , Michigan State University
Summary or Abstract : "Salmon in the Classroom" (SIC) is a program that combines the hands-on activity of raising salmon in aquaria with curriculum activities that teach various fisheries topics. The program was designed to foster public understanding of fisheries management and stewardship of fisheries and watersheds. The program was developed and implemented in the Pacific Northwest where salmon have been an important commodity and cultural resource. The purpose of this study was to investigate stakeholder perspectives and apply these in the development of a Michigan SIC curriculum. In Phase I, a mail survey was developed and administered to SIC teachers, other educators, Fisheries Division personnel, and opinion leaders of sport fishing groups and watershed coalitions (N = 503). An overall 77 survey response rate was achieved. In Phase II, a writing retreat was used to discuss concepts and activities for a Michigan-specific SIC curriculum. Fisheries stakeholders believed that it was more important to teach resource management topics, whereas education stakeholders believed that the SIC curriculum should address Michigan Curriculum Framework topics. Educators extensively used hands-on teaching methods. All of the SIC teachers found the program to be worthwhile and plan to continue using the program. Mandatory in-service training, program implementation through organizational and community partnerships, and educator participation in curriculum development will enhance the success of the Michigan SIC program..
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