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  • Environmental Education
    school educators will have significant course work in a subject area typically taught in a public high school Expand All Minimize All Academic Elements Academic Elements Orientation Each fall and spring new Prescott College students find themselves in the classroom the breathtaking sometimes raw always diverse terrains and environments of the Southwest New Prescott students are introduced to the natural environment of the Southwest learn about themselves and each other and experience the educational philosophies of Prescott College during Orientation thus beginning the journey of developing relationships with their new home community and academic career For most students Orientation will mean a three week Desert Mountain and Canyon Expedition aka Wilderness Orientation Students as a small community of engaged learners will be backpacking throughout ecologically diverse locations in Arizona Studying Connecting Growing Other students will participate in a Base Camp Orientation or Community Based Orientation Follow this link for detailed information on these Orientation options Orientation Details First Year Experience In their first semester freshmen will enroll in courses addressing the concerns and challenges of being a college student First Year Students will choose from an array of immersive semester courses like Water in the West Art and Ecology Foundations of Leadership and Introduction to Psychology and Yoga which continue to build community forge relationships with faculty advisors and develop academic inquiry In their first semester at Prescott College transfer students participate in Crises of the 21st Century Research Methods Theories Students from environmental and social disciplines the arts and humanities will be introduced to theoretical and research approaches that foster ways of integrating their questions through class discussions and personal research Students enrolled in this course will be given individual support in creating a degree plan organizing courses they are transferring with into a pathway for graduation in their chosen fields Degree Plan During the first semester of their junior year students create a degree plan with the assistance of their faculty adviser which sketches the academic map of their journey It includes an overview of courses and credits earned brief descriptions of competence breadth and liberal arts areas lists of courses completed and those to be completed a tentative Senior Project plan and description and additional honors or experience that contribute to competence or breadth The Degree Plan is a living document that continues to evolve throughout the student s final three terms Senior Project Prescott College requires every student not just designated honors students to design and carry out an ambitious Senior Project This Project functions as both a demonstration of competence and a culmination of the undergraduate experience It may take the form of an ambitious research project a collection of original creative writing a curriculum plan and implementation a studio art exhibition a performance a case or field study or a challenging internship Another way of thinking about the Senior Project is as a bridge between a student s undergraduate career and work after graduation The Senior Project stands as a calling card that proclaims

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  • Equine-Assisted Mental Health (EAMH) - Graduate and Post-MS Certificate
    in the rapidly evolving field of partnering with equines in providing psychotherapy and other mental health services The EAMH certificate program adds 15 credits of specialized courses to the Master of Science in Counseling degree Students are prepared for licensure or certification in their home state with additional competency in equine assisted mental health as a treatment strategy The EAMH certificate program blends a comprehensive theoretical framework with hands on facilitation training in equine assisted facilitated work under the guidance of internationally renowned practitioners The 15 graduate credit concentration consists of five courses Four of these courses each contain a full semester of course work delivered through an e learning platform as well as a four day residential intensive workshop The fifth course is comprised of supervised clinical work in the field Course work 15 graduate credits Explorations in Equine Assisted Mental Health Equines in the Therapeutic Environment in Equine Assisted Mental Health Individual and Group Facilitation in Equine Assisted Mental Health Best Practices in Equine Assisted Mental Health Equine Assisted Mental Health Clinical Field Experience includes 100 hours of supervised client work Interdisciplinary and comprehensive the EAMH certificate program provides a breadth of resources perspectives and faculty support that allows you to discover ways of partnering with horses in the field of mental health that suit you and the populations you want to work with Relational Horsemanship at Prescott College The principles of relational horsemanship are not new they are fairly universal and lay the framework for relationships of many kinds human to human and human to the natural world Relationships with horses like those with people need to be developed and they take many of the same skills listening observing collaborating and creating connection A solid foundation for this relationship is created by understanding horses as a species and engaging in interactions informed by learning theory Residential Intensives Students in the Master of Science in Counseling with a concentration in Equine Assisted Mental Health attend four four day Residential Intensives at a local equine facility as part of their course work Students pay a fee of 495 per intensive for accommodations food and facility use as well as for care and feeding of the equine herd The fee can be covered through financial aid Prior equine experience is necessary to be eligible for the EAMH certificate program Please contact the Admissions office for more information about eligibility requirements Professionals with an existing master s or doctoral degree in a mental health related field seeking similar training please see information about our Post Master Certificate in Equine Assisted Mental Health Applicants seeking similar training for the field of education are encouraged to apply to the Equine Assisted Learning concentration through the Masters of Arts program in Education Post Master s Certificate in Equine Assisted Mental Health The Post Master s certificate in Equine Assisted Mental Health EAMH blends a comprehensive theoretical frame with hands on experience in equine assisted work under the guidance of internationally renowned practitioners This 15

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  • Equine-Assisted Learning
    while specializing in the rapidly evolving modality of partnering with equines in educational and personal growth programs This 45 semester credit graduate program prepares students to design and deliver effective programs that partner with horses to facilitate learning growth and change with a wide variety of populations Your background skills and goals are unique Your approach to partnering with people and horses should be unique as well This program supports your exploration of the skills and experience necessary for you to be a competent leader in this quickly developing field About EAL Our EAL program blends a comprehensive theoretical framework with hands on experience in equine assisted facilitated work under the guidance of internationally renowned practitioners The 15 graduate credit concentration consists of five courses Four of these courses each contain a full semester of course work delivered through an e learning platform as well as a four day residential intensive workshop The fifth course is comprised of supervised practicum and internship work in the field Course work 15 graduate credits Explorations in Equine Assisted Learning Applied Relational Horsemanship in Equine Assisted Learning Group Process and Facilitation in Equine Assisted Learning Best Practices in Equine Assisted Learning Practicum Internship The EAL program provides a breadth of resources perspectives and faculty support that informs and enhances your personal journey and exploration of bringing people and horses together to support profound growth and change The student directed nature of the program allows you to discover ways of partnering with the horse in the field of mental health that suit you and the populations you want to work with Relational Horsemanship at Prescott College The principles of relational horsemanship are not new they are fairly universal and lay the framework for relationships of many kinds human to human and human to the natural world Engaging with the horse in a way that not only focuses on the task at hand but requires meeting each individual where they are and staying present in the moment Relationships with horses like those with people need to be developed and they take a lot of the same skills listening observing leading and following collaboration through partnership and creating connection A central part of this process is the ability to recognize your own authentic expression Residential Intensives Students in the Master of Arts program in Education with a concentration in Equine assisted Learning attend four day Residential Intensive at a local equine facility as part of their course work Residential Intensives are held immediately before or after the required Master of Arts Colloquia Students pay a fee per intensive for ranch accommodations food and facility use as well as for care and feeding of the equine herd The fee can be covered through financial aid Each of these Residential Intensives are connected to one of the four core Equine Assisted Learning EAL courses The first three Residential Intensives are held at Juniper Well Ranch just outside of Prescott in Skull Valley AZ Intensives start 2 00 p m

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  • Academics at Prescott College
    of Science in Counseling Limited Residency Master of Education Limited Residency Ph D Program Education Teacher Preparation Financial Aid Costs and How to Pay Apply Online True Cost Calculator Instant Decision Day Connect Faculty Mentor Guides Highlights Directory Departments Offices Experience News Events Publications Blogs Symposiums Give Ways to Give What to Give Annual Report Explore Endowments Planned Giving Donor Recognition Meet our Staff My Prescott Calendar Email Search Quicklinks Directory Calendar Email My Academic Services My Prescott My Classroom Moodle Library Admissions Financial Aid Virtual Tour Give to Prescott College Sustainability Employment Opportunities Academics at Prescott College Academics Home Undergraduate Degrees Graduate Degrees Faculty Mentor Guides The Prescott Difference Academic Calendar Course Schedules Non Degree Academic Resources Community Campus Resources Exchange Opportunities Orientation Colloquium Prior Learning Assessment Virtual Campus Tour Schedule a Visit Request Information Apply Now Prescott College Home Academics Noël Cox Caniglia Ph D Graduate Chair of Education Email Noël Cox Send a Message Penstemon Prescott College Graduate Programs Prescott AZ 86301 928 350 3201 Noël Cox Caniglia has worked as full faculty at Prescott College over for 19 years As the Graduate Education Program Chair her primary interests include research methodologies and methods feminist ways of knowing ecojustice and place based learning She has a strong academic and practical background in informal and formal P 12 education She considers her academic work to be secondary to her passion for living in harmony with the ecosystem as a sustainable Arizona cattle rancher something that has been her primary focus for the last 30 years of her life She has worked as a consultant to corporate groups and government agencies to teach communication team building skills and leadership dynamics She has worked as an activist to defend open space issues in Arizona has been actively involved with the Arizona Department of Education Professional Preparation Review Team and has remained involved with professional organizations related to both informal and formal education She is a certified teacher Secondary English 7 12 Elementary Education K 8 and English as a Second Language K 12 Her doctorate in Interdisciplinary Studies with a specialization in Sustainability Education combines her interests in informal place based learning with her understanding of ecologically sound agrarian practices She has researched the role of holistic transformational learning and culturally relevant approaches to teaching and learning that are multi generational self renewing and based on an emergent model of healthy interrelationships between human and other than human environments Expand All Minimize All Education Education Ph D Sustainability Education Union Institute University Cincinnati Ohio M S Experiential Education Minnesota State University Mankato Minnesota Research Research Ethnographic Inquiry using a feminist lens Place based learning ecojustice education Expertise Expertise Sustainability Education Place Based Learning Ecojustice Education Qualitative Research Methodologies Feminist Research Methods Experiential Education Publications Publications Caniglia N C 2011 Voices for the land Women ranchers sense of place and role in passing on knowledge values and wisdom Doctoral dissertation Union Institute University Cincinnati Ohio Hauk M Landsman J Canty J

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  • Academics at Prescott College
    Undergraduate Degrees Graduate Degrees Faculty Mentor Guides The Prescott Difference Academic Calendar Course Schedules Non Degree Academic Resources Community Campus Resources Exchange Opportunities Orientation Colloquium Apply Application Forms for All Programs Resident Undergraduate Degrees Resident Master of Arts Program Limited Residency Undergraduate Programs Limited Residency Master of Arts Program Limited Residency Master of Science in Counseling Limited Residency Master of Education Limited Residency Ph D Program Education Teacher Preparation Financial Aid Costs and How to Pay Apply Online True Cost Calculator Instant Decision Day Connect Faculty Mentor Guides Highlights Directory Departments Offices Experience News Events Publications Blogs Symposiums Give Ways to Give What to Give Annual Report Explore Endowments Planned Giving Donor Recognition Meet our Staff My Prescott Calendar Email Search Quicklinks Directory Calendar Email My Academic Services My Prescott My Classroom Moodle Library Admissions Financial Aid Virtual Tour Give to Prescott College Sustainability Employment Opportunities Academics at Prescott College Academics Home Undergraduate Degrees Graduate Degrees Faculty Mentor Guides The Prescott Difference Academic Calendar Course Schedules Non Degree Academic Resources Community Campus Resources Exchange Opportunities Orientation Colloquium Prior Learning Assessment Virtual Campus Tour Schedule a Visit Request Information Apply Now Prescott College Home Academics Lloyd Sharp M A Associate Faculty Email Lloyd Send a Message Tucson Center 2233 E Speedway Blvd Tucson AZ 85719 520 319 9868 ext 4 Lloyd s professional experience includes teacher preparation and substitute teaching at the elementary level teaching all four levels of high school English at Patagonia High School in Patagonia Arizona and 13 years at Pima Community College teaching four levels of scholarly writing In addition Lloyd taught multicultural adolescent literature for Northern Arizona University in the NAU Nogales School Based Teacher Education Partnership Since 2004 at Prescott College Lloyd has served as a mentor for education students in the Adult Degree Program a graduate mentor for education students in the Master of Arts Program and a core faculty member in the Master of Arts Program in Education and Teacher Preparation In addition she has an active private business that offers tutoring editing and writing workshops for graduate and undergraduate academic writers Expand All Minimize All Education Education Bachelor of Arts Degree Gradutated with Distinction University of Arizona Extended English Major Secondary Education 1973 Master of Arts Degree University of Arizona Teaching Teacher Education 1995 Arizona Teaching Certificates Elementary Education Secondary Education English Community College Research Research Lloyd is an Arizona native who lived for 25 years on the border of Mexico in an agricultural setting Her graduate research focused on rural education and the challenges faced by rural schools in terms of funding accreditation and faculty credentials needed to offer students a full secondary curriculum and the necessary experiences in preparation for college application acceptance and success Expertise Expertise Graduate study in Education Teacher Certification Elementary and Secondary School Guidance Counseling certification Scholarly writing Creative non fiction writing U S and Mexico border studies especially as related to rural schools sustainable ranching and agriculture Off the grid living Presentations Presentations Since 2006

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  • Master of Arts in Education
    experiential education organizational development coaching effective facilitation and relational horsemanship The Certificate program blends together real life application with hands on experience under the guidance of internationally renowned practitioners for life changing results The course work explores the theoretical understanding ethical issues facilitation skills and relational equine skills crucial for mastery This concentration focuses on human and other living systems and patterns that enhance transformative learning experience for others Experiential Education Pioneering educator John Dewey taught that all true learning comes through experience Students in this discipline explore classic and current theory of experiential education and hands on application Multicultural Education This discipline relates the field of education to the intricate systems of socially constructed identity as they exist within the US paradigm Students will examine theoretical foundations within multicultural education as they relate to the dominant culture within the US educational landscape Limited Residency Master of Arts Limited Residency Master of Arts Education students design programs combining a focus on their particular areas of interest with educational theory and practice in both formal and non formal settings Many students pursue a concentration in one of the following aspects of education School Guidance Counseling Students seeking Arizona School Guidance Counseling Certification can become eligible for a Prescott College Institutional Recommendation IR leading to Arizona School Guidance Counseling Certification upon successful completion of this Master of Arts program Students must participate in orientation and attend graduate colloquia scheduled during the students enrollment Prescott College accepts up to 15 graduate semester credits in transfer course work from other regionally accredited post secondary institutions as long as College faculty members confirm that the courses and credits to be transferred meet College established curricular standards and expectations If a student is planning to obtain certification in a state other than Arizona the student is responsible for research into that state s certification requirements in order to ensure compliance Upon successful completion of the degree each student must apply to the College for an Institutional Recommendation IR for Arizona School Guidance Counseling Certification Education Teacher Preparation The basis of the program curriculum is an individualized learning model that revolves around an agreed upon and consistent course syllabus accompanied by an individualized study plan The course study plan forms the foundation of the course and is developed as a cooperative document with the student the Prescott College faculty advisor and the on site mentor teacher The study plan covers the course curriculum the student s specific learning targets which are aligned to the students work with their mentor to create activities that meet the learning targets Equine Assisted Learning The Prescott College approach to Equine Assisted Learning AEL invites participants to explore non mental health areas such as experiential education organizational development coaching effective facilitation and relational horsemanship The Certificate program blends together real life application with hands on experience under the guidance of internationally renowned practitioners for life changing results The course work explores the theoretical understanding ethical issues facilitation skills and relational equine skills

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  • Post Graduate Certifications
    ensure compliance Upon successful completion of the post degree study requirements each student must apply to the College for an Institutional Recommendation IR for Arizona School Guidance Counseling Certification Gainful Employment Disclosure The Post Master s Certificate in School Guidance Counseling is 32 credits and requires approximately 11 months to complete Tuition and fees total approximately 27 023 Estimated cost of books is 1 200 We enroll fewer than 10 students annually so do not have statistics to disclose average rate of borrowing number of students who complete within the normal timeframe etc The CIP Code is 13 1101 CIP description is Counselor Ed School Counseling and Guidance Services and corresponds to US Department of Labor Occupation SOC is Student Counseling and Personnel Services The Post Graduate Certificate in Equine Assisted Learning The Prescott College approach to Equine Assisted Learning EAL invites participants to explore non mental health areas such as experiential education organizational development coaching effective facilitation and relational horsemanship The Certificate program blends together real life application with hands on experience under the guidance of internationally renowned practitioners for life changing results The course work explores the theoretical understanding ethical issues facilitation skills and relational equine skills crucial for mastery This concentration focuses on human and other living systems and patterns that enhance transformative learning experience for others Gainful Employment Disclosure The Post Master s Certificate in Equine Assisted Learning is 15 credits and requires approximately 8 months to complete Tuition and fees total approximately 12 530 Estimated cost of books is 754 We enroll fewer than 10 students annually so do not have statistics to disclose average rate of borrowing number of students who complete within the normal timeframe etc The CIP Code is 13 9999 CIP description is Education Other There is no corresponding code to the US Department of Labor Occupation SOC Expand All Minimize All Life Career Outcomes Life Career Outcomes Experiential Education Teacher Faculty Mentor Guides Faculty Mentor Guides Paul Smith Loren Thomas Academic Resources Academic Resources Prescott College Library The Prescott College Library supports the curriculum with a variety of print and electronic resources Our library catalog reflects not only our collection but that of more than 30 other libraries in Yavapai county A system wide library card allows borrowers to request books from any library in the county Online resources include millions of full text articles available through our article databases and over 130 000 e books available through ebrary More Information Tuition Fees Tuition Fees Limited Residency Master of Education Program Educational Leadership Principalship Tuition and Fees 2016 2017 Academic Year Two Terms Tuition and Fees Full Time Tuition 1 full time 12 credits enrollment for two terms 13 248 Sustainability Fee 100 Technology Fee 230 Orientation Fee first term only 180 Total Tuition and Fees 13 758 Indirect Costs Estimated Travel Expenses 2 1 040 Estimated Room Board 3 10 912 Books 754 Miscellaneous Personal 1 942 Total Indirect Costs 14 648 1 The per credit rate is 552

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  • Academics at Prescott College
    and Director of the Xican Institute for Teaching Organizing www xicanoinstitute org and the co founder of La Tierra Community School www latierracommunityschool org a K 8 Expeditionary Learning school in Prescott Dr Fernández is based in Tucson AZ Expand All Minimize All Education Education Ph D University of Arizona Language Reading and Culture 2001 M A University of Arizona Teaching and Teacher Education 1997 B A University of Colorado Boulder English 1990 Publications Publications Fernandez A in press Construir y No Destruir Build and Do Not Destroy Tucson Resisting Workplace A Journal for Academic Labor Spring 2015 Fernández A in press Resistance Resilience in Tucson The Xican Institute for Teaching Organizing In T Buenavista J R Marín A Ratcliff and D Sandoval Eds White Washing American Education The New Culture Wars in Ethnic Studies Santa Barbara CA Praeger Publishers Arce S Fernández A 2014 Barrio Pedagogy Praxis Within the Tucson Social Justice Education Semester Regeneración The Association of Raza Educators Journal 5 1 4 11 Fernández A Hammer Z 2013 Red Scare in the Red State The Attack on Mexican American Studies in Arizona and Opportunities for Building National Solidarity Journal of the Association of Mexican American Educators 6 1 Fernández A 2011 Whitening Arizona Teacher Education In a Time of War Against Our Students Winter 2010 2011 Rethinking Schools http www rethinkingschools org archive 25 02 25 02 fernandez shtml Fernández A 2009 Reconfiguring the borderlands of identity Preparing social justice educators Journal of Praxis in Multicultural Education 4 1 http digitalcommons library unlv edu jpme vol4 iss1 1 Wong P Fernández A 2008 Sustaining Ourselves under Stressful Times Strategies to Assist Multicultural Educators Multicultural Education 15 3 Fernández A 2003 Autobiography in Multicultural Anti Racist Education Three Case Studies Teaching Learning The Journal of Natural Inquiry and Reflective Practice 18 1 http www und edu dept ehd journal Fall2003 fernandez pdf pdf Elsbree A R Fernández A E Wong P 2004 Beyond It s Elementary Practices to Disrupt Homophobia in Teacher Education Courses EdChange Fernández A E Wong P 2003 Global Service Learning A Central Asian Perspective The Generator Journal of Service Learning and Youth Leadership 21 3 Presentations Presentations Fernández A June 26 2015 Presenter In Lak ech Teaching justice and decolonial pedagogy Xican Institute for Teaching Organizing Summer Institute Tucson Arizona Fernández A Arce M S November 7 2014 Presenter Barrio pedagogy Praxis along the border 24th International Conference of the National Association of Multicultural Education Tucson Arizona Fernández A January 2014 Presenter Listening Across Difference Acknowledging Counterstories at MiddCORE Middlebury College Middleubry Vermont Fernández A Acosta C November 9 2013 Presenter Xican Institute for Teaching Organizing Tucson Rising from the Ashes National Association for Multicultural Education Oakland California Fernández A Arce M S Mireles E T Acosta C July 12 2013 Workshop presenter New tactics from Tucson Xican institute for teaching and organizing Free Minds Free People 4th Annual Conference Chicago Illinois Fernández A Mireles E T Acosta C April 13 2013 Workshop presenter

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